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  • Tokyo Disneyland Hotel

    I know it won't be long from now but i am planning on going back to Asia in 2011. My question is that i want to stay at the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel for two nights but not quite sure what type of room to choose. I would like to have a view of Disneyland. The website is a little confusing on the views of the rooms. Do all Superior Rooms face disneyland? Who has stayed at the hotel and what room type? Any suggestions will be helpful. Thanks


    Here are the rooms:
    Tokyo Disneyland Hotel: Accommodations

    Here are the room categories:
    Tokyo Disneyland Hotel Official Home Page
    Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Visited/Future Visits:

    Disneyland Resort: 1987, 1989, 1992, 1994, 2000, 2011, 2014, 2016

    Walt Disney World Resort: ???

    Tokyo Disney Resort: 2009

    Disneyland Resort Paris: ???

    Hong Kong Disneyland Resort: ???

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    You have to call and ask for park view superior. Try and ask for center... right over the pool , its especially cool during magic mornings.

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      Not all of the Superior Rooms face Tokyo Disneyland. They are on the side facing the park though, so you may get partial views in some. I for example got a view of Space Mountain to the left, the Neverland Pool right underneath, and a distant Mt. Fuji to the right.

      I enjoyed it!

      You need a Park Grand View, I think it's called, for a direct view of the park. I am going to shoot for that on my next trip.

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        Perhaps it was called that but this was the view from my room when I went in february.

        whatever its called, I call it the amazing view room


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          It took me a minute to positively identify two of those landmarks as Mt Prometheus and Tower of Terror at DisneySEA.

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          • #6
            Re: Tokyo Disneyland Hotel

            That is a great view. I bet it looked beautiful at night.
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            • #7
              Re: Tokyo Disneyland Hotel

              Originally posted by Janell View Post
              That is a great view. I bet it looked beautiful at night.
              this is the best I have from my night shots in my room and the tdl monorail station




              much better on these next two.



              this was taken really night at late hence no one is around


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              • #8
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                What a great room you had. Thank you for sharing your photos.
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