While the park itself can be pricey, there are plenty of reasonably priced hotels and other types of accommodation near Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea. Read on for accommodation options within easy reach of the magical kingdom.

Pro tip: Get your Tokyo Disney tickets online in advance. Give our guide to saving money at the resort a read, too!

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7 Recommended hotels near Tokyo Disneyland

Here are some of the more affordable general hotels near Disney — for official Disney hotels, keep scrolling.

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Note: The prices listed here are based on two adults sharing a room. They are intended as a guideline only, and may vary according to season, demand and events in the area.

1. Ibis Styles Tokyo Bay

The vibrant pop-color theme that runs through the Ibis Styles Tokyo Bay goes hand-in-hand with a trip to the magic of Tokyo Disneyland. Rooms are on the smaller side, but a great deal, with offers for doubles starting under ¥15,000.

The interior is stylish, shuttles are available to Disney, and the breakfast buffet is good value for money. There is also a sento (public bath) to relax in before or after a long day at TDR.

2. Hotel MyStays Maihama

You can’t get much closer to Tokyo Disney than Hotel MyStays Maihama — a modern business hotel on the pricier and fancier side that is only ten minutes’ walk from the resort, with a free shuttle to boot.

It’s best to reserve early, as the budget rooms book up quickly (especially since many hotels in the immediate area cost two or three times more). You’ll pay around ¥17,000 for a double room here in the low season, making it one of the more expensive places on this list, but you can’t beat it for convenience.

3. Henn na Hotel Maihama Tokyo Bay

Henn na Hotel literally translates to “the strange hotel” — and being served by robot raptors at the check-in counter might have something to do with that.

The Maihama Tokyo Bay branch of this chain has a dinosaur theme on top of the robots that replace (some) living and breathing service staff, which makes it more Jurassic Park than Disney, but who doesn’t like a bit of crossover?

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Prices are mid-range, starting around ¥20,000 for two people, there is a free shuttle bus to Maihama Station and it’s just shy of 2 kilometers from Tokyo Disney.

4. Hotel Springs Makuhari

A retro option is Hotel Springs Makuhari, just one express train stop away from Disney. It’s old-school but kind of classy and the price is right, starting at around ¥10,000 for a double.

5. Shin-Urayasu MyStays

The Shin-Urayasu MyStays is also not too far away if the Maihama MyStays is booked up — and it’s substantially cheaper. Rooms start below ¥12,000 for a double, and there is a free shuttle to Tokyo Disneyland, DisneySea and Maihama Station.

6. Flexstay Inn Shin-Urayasu

Another reasonably-priced option (starting in the ¥8,500 belt) in the Tokyo Disneyland Resort area is Flexstay Inn Shin-Urayasu, a 15-minute walk from Shin-Urayasu Station, and 2.3 km, or a little less than a half hour’s walk, from TDR (if you’re not herding small excited children along, that is). Note that this hotel doesn’t offer a shuttle to Disney.

7. Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay

view from the Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay, near Disney
Photo by Carey Finn

A 3-star affair with a free Disney shuttle bus (accessible for both strollers and wheelchair users), the Hyatt is a surprisingly affordable hotel near Disney — if you time it right. With spacious doubles starting at ¥20,000, it offers a touch of class right on the bay.

We stayed here with two kids under two, and the hotel was able to accommodate us with a crib and baby bath, as well as nappy bins, making it a pretty family-friendly choice. A breakfast buffet is available for around ¥3,700 per adult, but there are also convenience stores nearby for cheaper chow. There are two fancy restaurants on the premises (teppanyaki and sushi), as well as a rooftop bar.

Splurge: Official Tokyo Disney hotels — From luxury to value

You might want to make your Tokyo Disney trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience and go all out. In this case, there are five official Tokyo Disney hotels located within or just outside the parks, with one more opening in spring 2024:

  • Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
  • Disney Ambassador Hotel
  • Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta
  • Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel
  • Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel
  • Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel (opening spring 2024)

The most popular Tokyo Disney hotel is the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, which is in front of the main park gates.

This hotel offers early entry to the parks in the morning and has a view of Disneyland. The rooms are themed to different Disney characters and movies. But the dreamlike, chateau-style hotel comes with a hefty price tag: depending on your travel dates, double rooms start at around ¥50,000 and can go all the way up to ¥500,000!

A more reasonable option is the Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel, which is located about 30 minutes away (it’s actually right next door to the Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay).

It offers a free shuttle bus and early entrance. The rooms all feature decorative wall paintings from the movies and the theme of the hotel is that of a classy tropical resort. Rooms usually start at around ¥20,000, making this a bit easier on your wallet while still getting you the full experience.

The brand-new Toy Story Hotel is another affordable Tokyo Disney hotel, and it gets rave reviews from families.

Capsule hotels near Tokyo Disneyland

You may be wondering why we haven’t listed any capsule hotels here. Short answer: there aren’t many and they’re not very close to TDR!

The nearest capsule hotel to Tokyo Disney is a 15-minute taxi ride or a 50-minute train and bus ride to the park. The options around these parts are also restricted to men only. If you’re keen on a capsule hotel experience, we recommend trying one elsewhere in Tokyo.

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This post was originally written in January, 2015 by Selena Hoy, and updated in September, 2023. We do our best to make sure all details are accurate, but they may vary.

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