Toy Story Hotel Opens April 2022 at Tokyo Disney Resort


Tokyo Disney Resort has officially announced an opening date of Tuesday, April 5, 2022 for the Toy Story Hotel. The hotel is the first “Moderate” type hotel at the Resort, which falls between the “Deluxe” and “Value” hotels already available at Tokyo Disney Resort. Reservations for the hotel started being taken on February 10, 2022.

Accommodation

Tokyo Disney Resort has provided a sneak peek of what guests can expect when the hotel opens.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-yFx9HYswc&t=19s

Toy Story Hotel features accommodations inspired by Andy’s room from the first Toy Story film, complete with the iconic blue sky and white cloud wallpaper. The highly themed room includes an Etch-a-sketch television, Pixar Luxo lamp, an oversized Mickey Mouse wristwatch, and of course, a poster of Buzz Lightyear.

Pricing

Toy Story Hotel offers 595 rooms – 575 standard rooms, and 20 superior rooms. Rooms with a capacity of three adults have two regular beds and one trundle bed, while rooms with a total of four adults have a pull-down bed as the fourth bed.

Room Type Capacity Room Size Price
Standard Room 4 29 sqm 28,500 yen ($247.22 USD)
Standard Room (27sqm) 3 27 sqm 26,500 yen ($229.87 USD)
Standard Room (Bay View) 4 28 sqm 29,000 yen ($251.56 USD)
Standard Room (Bay View) 3 27 sqm 27,000 yen ($234.21USD)
Standard Room (Square view) 2 28 sqm 27,000 yen ($234.21USD)
Superior Room (Square view) 4 35 sqm 32,500 yen ($281.92 USD)

Hotel Facilities

Toy Story Hotel Foyer ©Disney
Toy Story Hotel Foyer ©Disney

The concept art of Toy Story Hotel’s main entrance foyer features a whimsical game board ceiling and puzzle floor. Toy Story Hotel will feature a Pizza Planet-themed gift shop, ‘Gift Planet,’ selling hotel-exclusive merchandise. A second shop, ‘Shop Together’, will sell daily necessities such as soft drinks, sweets, and baby products.

Gift Planet ©Disney
Toy Story Hotel Exclusive Merchandise ©Disney
Lotso Garden Cafe ©Disney

Guests staying at Toy Story Hotel can dine at Lotso Garden Cafe, which will offer a breakfast buffet from 6:30 am -10:00 am and a dinner buffet from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm. The use of Lotso Garden Cafe is limited to guests staying at the Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel, with reservations required.

  Breakfast Dinner
Adult (13 years old and over) 2,800 yen 4,200 yen
Middle-aged (7 to 12 years old) 1,700 yen 2,300 yen
Child (4 to 6 years old) 1,100 yen 1,500 yen
3 years old or younger Free Free
©Disney
Toy Story Hotel
©Disney

Hotel Entrance

The signage for the Toy Story Hotel was unveiled on Friday, March 11, 2022!

©Disney

Outside the hotel courtyards, guests can take pictures with prominent figures of their favourite Toy Story characters. Woody and Bo Peep can be found in the Toy Friends Square near the lobby, with Buzz Lightyear and Jessie in Slinky Dog Park located near the front entrance.

Slinky Dog Park

Here’s a first look at what Slinky Dog Park looks like!

This is the second Toy Story-themed hotel (the first one is at Shanghai Disney Resort,which is a Value hotel) at a Disney Resort. Also, a new Luxury hotel is planned for the Tokyo DisneySea expansion in 2023, which is likely considered a Deluxe hotel.

The Tokyo Disney Resort Story Hotel is a “Moderate” type hotel and the first of its kind at Tokyo Disney Resort. Here’s a quick rundown of the types of Disney Hotels at the Resort. For more information, read our Tokyo Disney Resort hotel guide!

Hotel Category Disney Hotel Name
Deluxe Type Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta
Disney Ambassador Hotel
Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
Moderate Type Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel
Value Type Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel

Location

New Toy Story Hotel Tokyo Disney Resort
Location of the new Toy Story Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort

The Tokyo Disney Resort Hotel is beside the popular Hilton Tokyo Bay Hotel on the monorail loop at Bayside Station. This is the same area where the new Fantasy Springs expansion is located.

Feature photos and information from Tokyo Disney Resort.

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  1. SweetCaroline74

    Absolutely thrilled!!! Although the Sheraton was perfect for our week-long stay, I was a bit disappointed at not being able to afford a Disney hotel. So this seemingly more budget-friendly option sounds fantastic! Cuz let’s face it, I doubt I’ll ever splurge on the upcoming resort inside TDS, even though I’d give an arm to stay there… LOL!

  2. Nrthwnd

    Personally, and with two visits’ worth of staying, I think i would still go with the Tokyo Bay Hilton on my next TDLR visit. And with the construction (all good!) that will eventually block my “park view”, I will probably go with the Tokyo Bay view, itself. (o:

  3. George

    I’m asking this question on this post because it’s the most recent hotel post. How do I book three nights when my booking window opens? I want the subsequent two nights that will not be released until the next two days. Do I book one at a time? Revise my original booking each subsequent day to add each night? None of the guides address this!

  4. George

    Thanks, but I’m not sure you understood my question. Today is April 14, for example. I can book 60 days out currently. I want a hard to book room category for three nights starting on June 14. If I can only book 60 days out, how and when can I add the other two nights? Do I have to make three separate reservations at each 60-day mark?

  5. TDR Explorer

    They used to be on websites like Booking.com, but it looks like they’re not there anymore since the pandemic. It’s always best to book directly with Tokyo Disney Resort.

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