The Tokyo disney resort has announced the opening date of the Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel, which will welcome its first guests on April 5, 2022.
What is happening:
- First of all announced in 2018, the highly anticipated Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel will become the 5th Tokyo Disney Resort hotel when it opens on April 5, 2022.
- The hotel was originally opening scheduled for March 2022 at the latest, missing this deadline by just a few days.
- This is the first moderate-type Disney hotel at the Tokyo Disney Resort and has 595 rooms decorated like Andy’s room in the first Toy story movie.
- The hotel offers 575 standard rooms (sleeps 3) and 20 superior rooms (sleeps 4) and view options include rooms overlooking Tokyo Bay, Toy Friends Square, the hotel garden or Bayside Station.
- A new restaurant called Lotso Garden Cafe is inspired by the strawberry-scented teddy bear from Toy story 3 and offers a buffet service for breakfast and dinner. The restaurant can seat approximately 300 guests at a time and is exclusively for guests staying at the Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel.
- Two gift shops will be located on the second floor, Gift Planet, offering merchandise from the Tokyo Disney Resort and exclusive items to the Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel, and Shop Together, offering essentials like soft drinks, snacks and food. miscellaneous items.
- Common areas for guests include:
- Slinky Dog Park – A board game themed plaza in front of the hotel where guests take the size of a toy and can snap photos with large figures of Buzz Lightyear and Jessie.
- Toy Friends Square – The hotel garden with oversized figures of Woody, Bo Peep and other characters from Toy story.
- Guests staying at Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel can purchase a one-day-per-night passport for any of the parks during their stay, except on the day of check-in.
- Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel is owned by Oriental Land Co., Ltd. and is operated by its subsidiary Milial Resort Hotels Co., Ltd.
- The hotel is located opposite Bayside Station on the Tokyo Disney Resort Line, approximately 4 minutes by monorail from Tokyo DisneySea and an additional 5 minutes from Tokyo Disneyland.