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Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta

1-13, Maihama, Urayasu 279-8519 Chiba Prefecture
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東京ディズニーシーでの冒険の余韻をそのままに、パークの中に宿泊できるディズニーテーマパーク一体型ホテルです。 イタリアンクラシックをコンセプトにした上質な空間で、パークでの冒険を振り返り、明日への航海に想いを馳せることができます。
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Paid private parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Shuttle bus service
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Free internet
Indoor pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
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Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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What an amazing experience it was to stay here. Granted, I am a HUGE Disney fanatic, but even that factored in, everyone would love to stay here. Pulling up to the property is impressive, but setting foot inside, you are simply transported. I really wanted one of those centrally located rooms that faced the park, but we ended up getting a Venice side room, which was still fantastic! Pro-tip, don't wait. Book immediately after they open up the rooms online. They go FAST. The ammenities were unlike any other hotel we've stayed in on property. The PJ's and the toiletry kits were a great touch! The customer service was right up there with Disney magic. I felt no language barrier, and when things got a little more complex, they would send a fluent English speaker to help... everyone always did their best! The immediate entry from hotel to park was clutch. For quick breaks, or just to rest for a couple hours, you can't beat that convenience! As much as I'd like to try the other hotels around Tokyo Disney Resort, I think I've been spoiled by MiraCosta. I'll be back for sure.
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Positives: - Luxury hotel with amazing decor and helpful staff in a great location for visiting either Disney park especially DIsney Sea as there is a special entrance inside the hotel. - The Silk Road Garden restaurant serves delicious Chinese food in a relaxed atmosphere. Negatives: - It costs 3,000 Yen to use the pool/spa facilities. This was the first hotel I've ever stayed in that has charged extra for these facilities. I expected use of them to be included in the price especially as it is very expensive to stay in the hotel. - There is no facility to print flight boarding passes in the hotel - reception or bell services said they couldn't do it for us. We had to go to use the PC and printer in the Disney Sea Information Center in the monorail station. It would save the hassle of going there if there was a PC and printer for guests in the hotel. Advice: - If you're going to the airport from the MiraCosta, I would highly recommend buying tickets in advance from the bell services desk for the airport bus that picks you up from the hotel entrance for only 830 Yen. - Buy drinks/snacks before arriving as the shop in the hotel is expensive compared to regular convenience stores.
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This is the second Disneyland hotel I've stayed at -- the other one being the Shanghai Disneyland hotel. I loved the details here -- even the amenities in the bathroom were all Disney/Mickey-themed. This hotel did a way better job than the Shanghai one. The staff was very friendly, they provided the cutest small slippers for my toddler, and also found us an English speaking pediatrician when my toddler was down with a high fever. Really superb service. Loved the location -- our room looked onto the main piazza of Disney Sea, and we could see the parade from our window. We just had to go down to the first floor to get into Disney Sea, and when we got tired, got to stop by the hotel for a quick nap. Now the downside.... it was very very expansive.... we paid close to $800 for a larger room that had two double beds and a cot for 3 adults and a toddler. Food was horrendously bad.... the food we had at Disney Sea and at the hotel.... all were so so bad. And they weren't cheap. Also, trying to book this hotel was soooooo hard for a non-Japanese speaker. Their website is very very hard to navigate / book for a non-Japanese... I had to call a hotline and talk to a few different people before I got my reservation. I think it took me more than an hour all together. All in all, I think it's a great experience for a serious Disney fan, but you need to be prepared to pay up for it.
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Had the luxury of staying here for a few nights. What an amazing hotel. We were lucky enough to get room 3313, which is on the harbor-side and almost directly over the entrance to the park. This mean an unobstructed view of Fantasmic at night. This also meant a two-minute commute to the park, including elevator time. This was such a nice perk. To be able to be in the park and literally walk to your room real quick to pick up or drop off something is a great benefit. The rooms are very nice and well themed. The ONLY thing I would say bad about the room would be the beds. They were much harder than we expected and like. The staff was all fantastic, the grounds are well kept, and the Happy 15 helped get us 3x E-Ticket attraction each morning without having to wait in any kind of line. My Tip for Happy 15 would be to do what we did. We got in the Happy 15 line right at 0800 for a 0900 opening, we were about 150 back from the front. They started letting us through the gate around 0840. We walked as fast as we could to Soaring, and my wife went straight for the line while I went straight to the fast pass ticketing machine (this supposedly use to get backed up, but since all the locals can use the app there was no wait), then I met her in line. Tokyo Disney does not mind parties breaking up and rejoining in line. after Soaring, approximately 0905, we walked over to Indiana Jones for a 20-minute wait, then to Raging Spitirts for the same, then headed to Tower for our second fast pass. Then we headed to Soaring for a second time and our first fast pass usage. This was on DisneySea's anniversary and the parks were PACKED. yet we still had 5 rides done by 11. We then got our fast passes as available and filled up the downtime with Sinbad, the Roosevelt lounge, and exploring the fortress. Our other early morning at DisneySea we headed to Toy Story, did the same trick with the line and Fastpass, then headed to Tower of Terror followed by Indiana Jones, then got our Second fatspass for Tower and used our first fast pass at Toy story. We were 5 rides deep by 1030 this day.
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We travelled as a family of four (two children under 12); after leaving Hakone, before spending a few days in Tokyo, we decided to visit Disney Sea. We wanted to make the most of our day in the park and hoped for early access to the park, so I decided to book the MiraCosta Hotel which is partly inside the Disney Sea park. Booking was a hassle: I seemed to only be able to book via the Disney website, where the information was not very clear and the website was clunky. Six months ahead was too early and it said rooms were not available; I realised booking opened only three months ahead. Through trial and error I found I could book a Capitano Mickey triple room which would accommodate our family of two adults and two children. The price is expensive and did not include breakfast. Positives: smart hotel, polite staff, good facilities, our room was nicely decorated (if you like Mickey Mouse decor!), beds were comfortable. I wasn’t looking for a room with a view over the park, so I was happy with the outlook. Also, on arrival we were informed that we could have early access to the park: 7:45 am on a day when the park opens at 8:00am. This was well worth having. (There was no mention of an alternative option of a fast pass.) What we found was that there were a lot of Japanese and Chinese visitors who were prepared to arrive very early and queue. So, from 6:30am, we saw new arrivals to the hotel queuing for the check-in desk to open (at 7:00am, I think), so they could take advantage of early check-in and presumably visit the park over two days around their hotel stay. After an early breakfast (we were booked in for 06:40 breakfast), we went out the hotel’s main door and followed the other hotel guests down to the gate with our early access passes in our hands and found a huge queue! There was a very large queue of people (not hotel guests) waiting for the park to open; some must have been queuing for a couple of hours. There was also a big queue of hotel guests, hundreds snaking in a long line, which took probably 20 minutes to reach the gate. We got to the gate just about when it opened. So, get up early! On entering the park (there is no opening ceremony), people start walking quickly to the big rides. The most popular rides have issued all the fast passes for the day within an hour of the park opening (Toy Story is one of these); and if you are just going to queue for rides, some have waiting times of 70 minutes and even up to 140 minutes. So, for us, we were glad we stayed in the hotel next to the park and got up early and used our early access. We also bought an evening ticket (access after 5:00pm) on the previous evening, when we arrived at the hotel. This worked well for us, as we did some of the evening shows and some rides when it was cooling down and dark.
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$478 - $2,417 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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JapanKantoChiba PrefectureUrayasuMaihama
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta
Which popular attractions are close to Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Nearby attractions include Tokyo DisneySea (0.1 miles), Tokyo Disneyland (0.6 miles), and Ikspiari (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Conveniently located restaurants include Maihama Teppanyaki+ Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, Chef Mickey, and Grand Cafe Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Is Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of Maihama.
Are any cleaning services offered at Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Seiryu Shrine (2.5 miles), Former House of Udagawa Family (2.4 miles), and Inari Shrine (3.1 miles).
Does Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.