Yesterday, we learned the name of the brand new Toy Story Hotel. Wait for it. Yes, the “Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel.” Not exactly earth shattering but at least there’s no guess as to what it is right?
Anyway, naming aside, this new moderate hotel is opening sometime in fiscal 2021. The Toy Story Hotel is right beside the Hilton Tokyo Bay Hotel at Bayside Station. This is the same area where the new Fantasy Springs expansion at Tokyo DisneySea is going too!
I took a stroll today and snapped some photos for you all to see the progress.
Toy Story Hotel Construction Update (Spring 2021)
Here’s a look at the construction so far with the Toy Story Hotel. The parking structure is in the front (which is typical for the hotels in this area) and the hotel in the back.
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Quick look at the Toy Story Hotel Construction
Now here are closer photos that weren’t taken with my phone.
You can check out the progress of the construction by looking at our previous photos from earlier in the year!
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