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  • [Question] TDR Hotel View Question

    I'm working on plans for an upcoming trip to Tokyo and was wondering what the views from the rooms at the three Disney Resort hotels are and if there are any recommendations. All three hotels look spectacular and while I don't mind if I have a view of the park (it would be great but pricey...) I'd rather not have a view of parking lots either.

    I'm used to the phrasing of the WDW and Disneyland hotel rooms and views and what they translate to in real life but the Park View, Park Grand View, Superior Room, etc. has me a little confused. I was wondering if there are certain views that are, say, parking lots vs. gardens vs. parks.

    Thanks much!
    And on your left, ladies and gentlemen, is The Backside of Water...

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    I know that the Park View is indeed a view of the park. Lurkyloo's trip report shows the view they had.

    I also want to know what the other view is, especially as lurkyloo is of the opinion that the park veiw is not worth it.
    Visited DLR 1976,1978,1991,2001,2007, 2011; WDW 1976,1985: DLRP 2010

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      Re: TDR Hotel View Question

      I was there in May 2009 and had a Park view. It was kinda fun actually. Expensive, so I only did two nights there. The thing I noticed the most, was not really looking at the view but hearing the music and the sounds that came from the Park. There was something "magical" (corny word) about it. The music would play I think for an hour or so after the Park closed, and I remember going to sleep hearing that music (funny-the things you remember). However on the flipside, you never escape it. Keep in mind, at least in my room, the sliding door had interior grilles on it and only opened about 5 inches, I'll try and figure out how to post the pics of my view.

      Created an album under the Community Header with a few photos of the Park from my room.
      Last edited by GUYNYC; 10-19-2010, 06:07 PM.

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        Re: TDR Hotel View Question

        Thanks! The photos are helpful and I do like the idea of the music drifting into the room after hours, I got lucky with a well located room at the Grand Californian a few years ago with the same thing... If anyone else has more info it would be much appreciated.
        And on your left, ladies and gentlemen, is The Backside of Water...

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          Re: TDR Hotel View Question

          Here's my review of our room at Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, which Disney calls a "Standard Superior Room (Park Grand View) (5th-6th Floors)":

          http://micechat.com/forums/tokyo-hot...and-hotel.html


          Here's the one of our room at Hotel MiraCosta, which Disney calls a "Porto Paradiso Side Superior Room Harbor View":

          http://micechat.com/forums/tokyo-hot...miracosta.html


          Here's the one of our room at the Ambassador Hotel, which Disney calls an "Ambassador Floor Standard Room (Non-Smoking)":

          http://micechat.com/forums/tokyo-hot...dor-hotel.html

          Hope this helps!
          Tokyo Disney on 2 Weeks' Notice: A Photo-Packed Account of 17 Days in Japan! * All My Other Disney Trip Reports * Tweeting all things Disney @lurkyloo

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            Re: TDR Hotel View Question

            Thanks lurkyloo! Excellent information - and a terrific trip report overall. That has been a fantastic read!

            One more question - can they transfer bags between hotels if we split up our stay between the three hotels so we don't have to store them at bell services and pick them up in the evening?
            And on your left, ladies and gentlemen, is The Backside of Water...

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              Tokyo Disney on 2 Weeks' Notice: A Photo-Packed Account of 17 Days in Japan! * All My Other Disney Trip Reports * Tweeting all things Disney @lurkyloo

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