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Sunroute Plaza Tokyo

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#19 of 33 hotels in Urayasu
Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Urayasu, Sunroute Plaza Tokyo is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Sunroute Plaza Tokyo makes it easy to enjoy the best of Urayasu. You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Sunroute Plaza Tokyo offers guests free internet access. The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, shops, and baggage storage. Plus, Sunroute Plaza Tokyo offers a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available. For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Urayasu, Sunroute Plaza Tokyo is located a short distance from Seiryu Shrine (2.3 mi) and Former House of Udagawa Family (2.3 mi). While in Urayasu, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Sunroute Plaza Tokyo, including Bellavista lounge (0.9 mi), Ristorante Di Canaletto (0.9 mi), and Restaurant Hokusai (0.4 mi). During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Urayasu Sports Park (1.0 mi), Maihama Amphitheater (0.9 mi), and Benten Fureai no Mori Park (1.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel. Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Sunroute Plaza Tokyo is sure to make your visit to Urayasu one worth remembering.
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Free Internet
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Business Center with Internet Access
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Dry Cleaning
Hot Tub
Laundry Service
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Non-smoking hotel
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I can’t say that this is the worst hotel I’ve ever stayed at, but it was one of the worst value wise. The price is not cheap, it’s not as expensive as the other Tokyo Disney hotels, but it’s not as nice as them either. I’ve stayed at Disney value hotels before in other countries, and they create the value by making things simpler, not in cutting corners. The difference is most obvious in the rooms. At most value hotels the rooms are simple but neat. These rooms were dated in the looks and needed paint and new carpets desperately. The halls were pretty much the same. The place is also way understaffed. One morning we had to wait 20 minutes to be seated at a table, we were second in line and there were several tables with dirty dishes sitting on them. In this entire restaurant, at the peak breakfast time they had 3 staff to clean tables, refill the buffet and seat people. When you’ve paid a lot to be in the parks and for your hotel you don’t want to be waiting long for breakfast. The staff was the best part of this hotel, always friendly and helpful (although many did not speak English so you may need some pantomime skills). The final sad part of our visit to this hotel was the bag delivery fee. After spending a high price for a second rate hotel, they not only had the nerve to charge an additional hotel fee on top of the delivery fee for our bags, but the delivery service didn’t take credit cards (and shipping bags is not cheap). Our trip to Disney was fine, but frankly we felt like this hotel was ripping us off.
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Stayed here for 5 nights in October. Was the best deal I could get on any of the official hotels. Room was clean but no free bottles of water. Was within walking distance of Tokyo Disneyland and Bayside station. They also had a shuttle too. Clearly catered to Japanese speaking tourists most signage is just in Japanese and some staff have limited English. They have a convenience store and a Disney gift shop and a bunch of vending machines for cold drinks. Overall a good experience, would recommend. Didn’t try any of the hotels they seemed expensive I saw the main one had a long line every morning for breakfast.
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This is clearly a large and reliable hotel, popular with visitors to Disneyland. The property is very much geared up to the local market and signage in English is very limited. Consequently it is difficult to get the most out of the facilities if you are unable to read the menus or hotel literature. It's also worth noting that the rooms are laid out in Japanese traditional fashion, which extends to the bathroom also. WiFi is available for a fee. Being an official hotel, there is a frequent complimentary shuttle to Bayside station of the (chargeable) monorail. A similarly useful feature is the ability to drop off your bags at the Resort Gateway on arrival, leaving you free to enjoy yourself before arriving at the hotel in the evening. Cleanliness and service are fine. Staff are as helpful as is possible.
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It was our first trip to Disney and Japan and choose this hotel for its location. However it was not so pleasant stay. 1. Extremely Slow checkin. 2. No clear communication on luggage delivery service. Even after asking they didn't give any clear response on closing time of this service . Ultimately ended up carrying my luggage all the way to Mt Fuji Hakone tour and back to Tokyo city to a new hotel, as we had to check out as per our itinerary. 3. They are so sticky about money that they didn't even have coffee sachets in the room . They just has 2 sachet of tea bags that's it!!!! They are riding on Disney wave that's it.. 4. Exorbitantly high price for the kind of small cabin cruise room we got. Very small room. Not at all value for money at all. 5. No direct free bus to Tokyo Disneyland or Disney sea throughout the day except for park opening time. You need to take free bus to nearest monorail station and pay for monorail to Diensypark. Instead good to stay in Hilton which is right in front of Monorail station. Worthless sticky hotel. All they want is money for everything.
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Sunroute Plaza has a very good price point for staying near and with a free shuttle to the Disney parks. My room was nicely designed--it kind of felt like it had a vintage monorail decor. The California restaurant serves a midnight buffet, for a fraction of the cost of the regular buffet I believe, and has really good (or at least what I got repetitively): pork buns, seaweed + cucumber salad, chicken nuggets, "make your own ramen," and vanilla creme cake. They also offer good bento boxes (ex. sukiyaki, fried chicken), which can be purchased late--as you will likely be returning late to the hotel. I believe as a Disney Resort Official Hotel, there is guaranteed park admission.
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$89 - $522 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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JapanKantoChiba PrefectureUrayasu
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