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Where to stay near Tokyo DisneySea®

Tokyo DisneySea Hotels

Since first opening its gates in 2001, Tokyo DisneySea has established itself as one of the busiest and best-loved theme parks on the planet. Unlike its sister park Tokyo Disneyland, which is closely modelled on the original Disneyland in California, DisneySea is a true one-off, and as such enjoys a reputation among fans as the ‘holy grail’ of Disney attractions. It’s an utterly captivating, nautical themed attraction, its skyline dominated by a formidable replica volcano. While the park offers endless fun for all ages, it does a great job of catering to older visitors, with terrifying thrill rides, and a stunning recreation of Venice.

Things to see

Queues for the most popular attractions build steadily as the day progresses, so be sure to arrive early and make a mad dash for the big rides. Journey to the Centre of the Earth takes visitors on a fascinating and heart-pounding journey through mysterious subterranean caverns, before plunging them straight into an active volcano. The Tower of Terror takes you on a tour of a creepy New York hotel, which culminates in a nerve-shredding, catastrophic elevator malfunction.

For a relaxing change of pace, take a stroll through the alleyways of the Mediterranean Harbour, and marvel at its painstaking recreation of Venice. You can even take a romantic sunset gondola ride down the canal. Younger visitors will be enthralled by Toy Story Mania, a fully immersive carnival ride and 3D shooting gallery based on the beloved franchise. Mermaid Lagoon is an enchanting underwater kingdom, packed with gentle rides and attractions inspired by family favourite The Little Mermaid.

Hotels in Tokyo DisneySea

There’s an array of great hotels near Tokyo DisneySea to choose from, including some within the immediate vicinity of the park gates. You’ll find opulent 5 star hotels such as Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, bursting at the seams with lavish facilities like full service spas, chic cocktail lounges, and shimmering outdoor pools with extravagant water features and beautifully landscaped terraces. Naturally, families are particularly well catered for in this area. There’s an abundance of expertly-run, mid-range Tokyo DisneySea hotels such as Hotel MyStays Maihama, offering appealing amenities like childcare and babysitting services, kids’ clubs, free theme park shuttle, and an irresistible hotel buffet each morning to set you up for the day.

Where to stay

To make the most of your DisneySea visit, you’ll want to arrive early in the morning and stick around until well into the evening – the park stays open until 10pm for most of the year. It’s therefore a good idea to stay near the resort, in Urayasu. This once-sleepy fishing town is now an irresistible one-stop holiday destination. Aside from the myriad delights of the Disney Resort, you’ll find an incredible range of restaurants, offering everything from fresh, melt-in-the-mouth sashimi to indulgent American diner fare like finger-licking ribs and succulent hamburgers. The Ikspiari complex is a shopper’s paradise, packed with top international brands and colourful souvenirs.

How to get to Tokyo DisneySea

Tokyo is served by 2 major international airports - Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport. DisneySea is around 24km from Haneda. An Airport Limousine Bus or taxi will get you there in around 30 minutes. You can also travel by train, but the journey involves several line changes, and may take up to 90 minutes. From Narita, the park is about 60 kilometres away. Again, a Limousine Bus or taxi are the most straightforward options – the journey time in either case is about 60 minutes. You can also travel there by train in around 80 minutes - take the Narita Skyaccess line to Higashi-Matsudo station, then jump on the Musashino line to Maihama station.