Following Tokyo Disney Resort’s first announcement of plans for a Toy Story themed hotel by owner Oriental Land back in 2018, the resort has released further details on the project, set to arrive this year.
Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel will have 595 guest rooms and 11 floors, and the conceptual artist work unveiled by Tokyo Disney Resort shows a hotel filled with colours and play. The building’s exterior, entrance, lobby, restaurants, Disney shop and other areas will bring to life the world of toys from the Academy Award-winning Disney and Pixar “Toy Story” films, with rooms based on the film’s human lead, Andy’s, bedroom.
The hotel will be the fifth Disney hotel to open in Japan and the first “moderate type” Disney hotel in the country, offering guests an option between “deluxe type” hotels (Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Disney Ambassador Hotel, and Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta) and “value type” hotels (Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel). Located directly in front of the Disney Resort Line’s Bayside Station, the hotel will give guests easy access to both Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea Parks. Tokyo DisneySea is also set to launch another new attraction, its upcoming Fantasy Springs, in 2023.