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Disney Ambassador Hotel

Disney Ambassador Hotel

The first Disney hotel to open in Japan. Designed to reflect the Art Deco style of the 1930s. It is located adjacent to Ikspiari.


  • Chef Mickey
  • Empire Grill
  • Restaurant Hana
  • Tick Tock Diner
  • Hyperion Lounge
  • Palm Garden Bar


Other Facilities
  • Festival Disney - Shop
  • Sunset Sundries - Shop
  • Palm Garden Pool

Quick Facts
  • Opened July 7, 2000
  • First Disney Branded Hotel in Tokyo
  • 6 floors plus basement
  • 504 guest rooms
  • Total floor space 47,000 square meters
  • 7 banquet halls (1 large and 6 medium)
  • 3 table service restuarants
  • 1 deli-cafe
  • 1 lobby lounge
  • Chapel and other wedding facilities, garden pool and Disney shop



Geek's Thoughts & Observations

I did not stay at the hotel nor have I been in any of the rooms or eaten at any of the dining locations so I cannot comment on those aspects. I did spend some time walking through the hotel common areas on the first floor and the hotel has a definite Disney feel to it. It does not have the same grand feel of the MiraCosta or Disneyland Hotel. It felt much more "approachable". Just like the other two there was a lot of activity in the lobby and common areas.

This hotel is not directly on the Resort Line. To reach the Monorail you have to take a Resort Cruiser (bus) or walk through Ikspiari. To reach either theme park you have to walk a good distance or take the Resort Cruiser. This is the least expensive of the Disney Hotels to stay in and I think this transportation has a lot to do with it. If your goal is to experience Disney service this may be a worthwhile option to consider.


Geek's Pictures & Video
Golden Mickeys April 18, 2015 - A look around Disney's Ambassador Hotel
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