Of all the hotels we stayed in while in Japan, this was by far our least favourite. The foyer is grand and promising, but the rest of the hotel is a let down. The room we stayed in was large by Japanese standards, but very dated, and the bathroom small in comparison to the room. Breakfast is way overpriced and works out to be about $120 Australian dollars for a family of 4 (2 adults to children over 12). And don't even think of using the pool. That is even more expensive. I could not believe it. I would not stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel brings the essence of an urban resort hotel to a new level of sophistication. Only 30 minutes from central Tokyo, it is seemingly a world apart with a scenic waterfront exposure, expansive gardens and soothing waterfalls. The brilliantly designed interior captures the serene essence of the East and the Western ideal of space, comfort and convenience. Adjacent to the Tokyo Disneyland & Tokyo Disney Sea theme parks, and convenient to Japan's largest convention center as well as both Haneda and Narita airports, the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay is an ideal location to combine business and pleasure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Urayasu
- Urayasu Sheraton
- Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Japan/Urayasu