Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel 


In 2019, we bade farewell to Toy Story after its final feature film was released. Luckily, the decades-old franchise will live on in another way – Tokyo Disney Resort announced plans to build a new Toy Story hotel in 2018. Fast forward 3 years, and the resort officially confirmed the hotel’s name as the Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel on 6th April 2021.

Opening this year, it will be the 5th hotel to join Tokyo Disney Resort – Japan’s popular theme park and resort area. When its doors are open, you’ll get the chance to reunite with your old friends Buzz and Woody as they appear around the hotel, possibly as statues and posters. You can also enjoy a relaxing stay in guest rooms that are as vibrant as Andy’s bedroom in the movie.


Toy Storythemed hotel


Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel - Andy's room in the movieAndy’s room in the movie
Image credit: Michèle Samyn

The world of Toy Story is colourful and child-like, and it is nowhere as apparent as in Andy’s room, where the toys reside. 

Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel - room in Shanghai's Toy Story Hotel
Guest room of Toy Story Hotel in Shanghai Disney Resort
Image credit: Shanghai Disney Resort

As Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel is themed around the Disney animated classic, you can expect to see guest rooms with interior designs that are equally playful and lively as the magical world of Toy Story.

Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel - guest in Toy Story Hotel guest room in ShanghaiGuest room of Toy Story Hotel in Shanghai Disney Resort
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Currently, there are no designs released for the guest rooms yet. But we can look to the Toy Story Hotel in Shanghai Disney Resort for a glimpse of how the rooms may potentially look like – with colourful furniture, wallpaper and bed sheets featured there.

Tokyo Disney Toy Story Hotel - Woody and Buzz statuesBuzz and Woody statues around Toy Story Hotel Shanghai Disney Resort
Image adapted from: @r_u_i_u_r and @r_u_i_u_r

A Toy Story-themed hotel wouldn’t be complete without Woody and Buzz, so we’re speculating that you will be able to find framed photos, paintings and statues of them scattered throughout the hotel, like the one in Shanghai.

Tokyo Disney Toy Story Hotel - Poster of Woody and BuzzImage credit: @r_u_i_u_r


Facilities at the hotel and expected price range of the rooms


Construction of the hotelConstruction progress of the Toy Story hotel, photographed in October 2020.
Image credit: @nako_derosask

Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel will have 12 floors in total, including a basement level. There will be 595 guest rooms, a restaurant, and a Disney shop.

Other disney hotel rooms(From left) Standard Room at Disney Ambassador Hotel and Wish Standard Room at Disney Celebration Hotel.
Image adapted from: Tokyo Disney Resort and Tokyo Disney Resort

Tokyo Disney Resort classified Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel as a “moderate type”, meaning that its affordability is between the “deluxe type” and “value type” hotels. 

As a reference, the Standard Room at Disney Ambassador Hotel, a “deluxe type” hotel, is priced at ¥32,000 (~USD292.23) per night. Meanwhile, the Wish Standard Room at Disney Celebration Hotel, the only “value type” hotel thus far, is priced at ¥21,500 (~USD196.38) per night. The price range of the rooms at the Toy Story hotel is likely to fall in between these prices.

Note: Prices are accurate as of 12th April 2021.


New Toy Story hotel opening in Disney Resort


Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel will be located near Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. Specifically, it is directly in front of the Bayside Station along the Disneyland Resort Linea route that runs within the resort. This short distance from the station makes the hotel very accessible from other attractions in Tokyo Disney Resort.

Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel is slated to open in 2021, but the opening date is not confirmed.

Correction: A previous version of this article indicated that the hotel is directly in front of Bayfront Station. It has been corrected to Bayside Station. 

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Cover image adapted from: Tokyo Disney Resort and @nako_derosask

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