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Are you planning a trip to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea theme parks? While I’m sure you know you’ll have a great time at the parks, you may be wondering which is the best hotel for you to stay in during your time
- Theming: The Disney Ambassador Hotel, which was the first hotel built at the Tokyo Disneyland Resort, has a fun art-deco theme that will take you back to the 1930’s. It features pretty, upbeat colors.
- Disney Character Rooms: If you’re like me and you love Disney characters, then you’ll love the rooms themed for Disney characters: you’ve got a Mickey Mouse Room, Minnie Mouse Room and Donald Duck Room!
- Dining With Characters: Your family will enjoy Chef Mickey, located on the first floor of the Disney Ambassador Hotel. This is a great buffet meal, like the Chef Mickey located at Contemporary Resort in Walt Disney World.
- Dining: In addition to character dining, you’ve got Empire Grill with a California cuisine that draws from Italian, Mexican & Asian; Hana, where you can get Japanese cuisine; and the Tick Tock Diner, a restaurant themed to a 1950s American diner.
- Disney Resort Cruiser: Keeping up with the theme of the hotel, the Disney Resort Cruiser has a 1930s American vintage look and has great Disney touches, like Mickey-shaped windows & hand straps. And the best part of these cruisers? They take you to Disneyland Park and DisneySea Park!
- Location: While you can get to the parks by bus you can get to Ikspiari (an entertainment district similar to Downtown Disney at Disneyland in California, Disney Village at Disneyland Paris or Disney Springs at Disney World in Orlando) much easier because it’s located right next to the hotel! This gives you great opportunities for shopping and even more opportunities for dining!
- Great rates: You can find great rates for this hotel online, like through Expedia, where you can currently save 33% on the nightly rate.