Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay - Room Review
The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel stands 12-floors high right off the coast with dreamy views of the Tokyo Bay. As an official Tokyo Disney resort, we booked this hotel solely for the purpose of visiting Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea. The biggest selling points for us was the closeness and ease of getting to the parks. This hotel is right off the Disney monorail with a short walk from the station. In comparison to the Disney World monorail resorts, this was considered a home run in terms of location and price. It’s also a great for Marriott Bonvoy members to redeem their points at this hotel. We had a wonderful stay and are so excited to share our experience with you all.
About The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel :
Address: 1-9 Maihama, Urayasu-shi, Chiba 279-0031 Japan
Check in: 3:00pm • Check Out: 12:00pm
Marriott Bonvoy Category 6: 50,000 points per night
Check in was easy breezy. We arrived early around 12pm with hopes to explore the area and thankfully, our room was ready upon arrival. The front desk person was very kind and upgraded us to a bay view.
The public areas and lobby of this hotel is beautiful and modern. When you get up to the hotel rooms (at least where our room was located), that all changes. Right when you exit the elevator, you can see the age of the hotel in the walls and carpet.
We were booked in a double room with a lovely view of the bay. It was nice and relaxing to wake up to this view. The room itself was spacious for just the two of us, however the wear was definitely showing. We didn’t mind it one bit though. Its purpose was a place to sleep and shower and it did exactly that. Comfy beds, a clean shower and a beautiful view. We’ve got no complaints here!
It’s a short monorail ride away from both Tokyo Disney Parks and Ikspiari, their version of Downtown Disney. The hotel itself is about a 5-10 min walk away from the monorail station. The Sheraton offers complimentary transportation between the hotel and the monorail station via the Disney Resort Cruiser. We found the transportation to be very slow while loading and unloading people.
I will be completely honest, there was so much to see and do in the parks that we barely spent time in the hotel. It served its purpose very well - a clean, close home base to sleep and shower near the parks. We had a lovely stay at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel and wouldn’t hesitate booking here again. :)
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