Step Inside a Room at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel

by | Dec 13, 2023 | International Parks, Tokyo Disney Hotels, Tokyo Disney Resort, Tokyo Disney Resort Official Hotels

Take a tour of one of the rooms at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, one of Tokyo Disney Resort’s official hotels.

Planning a trip to one of Disney’s international theme parks can be challenging. Not only are the parks and resorts vastly different from the two U.S. resorts, but the international Disney parks come with their own ticketing systems, transportation options, and hotels both onsite and off-site, like Good Neighbor hotels. Luckily, if you’re thinking about heading to Tokyo Disney Resort, we’ve got you covered: We’ve stayed at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel!

We’re taking you inside the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, a Good Neighbor Hotel near the Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan. Check out our room tour and discover what you need to know before you book a stay of your own below.

The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Offers Affordable Rates

Disney’s Good Neighbor Hotels are always a great option when you’re traveling to one of the resorts. At both Walt Disney World and Disneyland, Good Neighbor Hotels offer perks like close proximity to the theme parks, a variety of room sizes and types, and even additional benefits like complimentary breakfast and onsite ticket sales and theme park transportation options. 

Tokyo Disney Resort also offers Good Neighbor Hotels. Just like their counterparts in the U.S., these official Disney “neighbor” hotels are close to the theme parks and offer additional perks. One of the biggest? A lower overall hotel cost.

I stayed at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, and I would suggest anyone stay at this hotel (or any other Tokyo Disney Good Neighbor Hotel) simply because the price point is so much better than at the official Tokyo Disney Resort hotels. 

The official Tokyo Disney Resort hotels – the Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, Disney Ambassador Hotel, Tokyo DisneySea Hotel Mira Costa, and Tokyo Disney Resort Toy Story Hotel – are super expensive. However, at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, I paid about $300 per night for the stay.

You Can Stay Close to the Parks Without Spending More

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Disney store

You’ll be close to the theme parks (and Disney merch!) when you stay at the Sheraton. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

While the Tokyo Disney Resort hotels are, obviously, the closest to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea, the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel isn’t too far away. While you’re not right at the entrance to the parks, you are still staying on the monorail line – so you’re very, very close.

It won’t take you long at all to leave the Sheraton and reach the front gates of either of Tokyo Disney Resort’s theme parks. Just exit the hotel, walk across the street, and you’re basically at the monorail station! 

As you ride the monorail, you’ll also get to stop and check out some of the other hotels in the area; they’re all very close together and within access of the Disney monorail line, which is super convenient for traveling to and from the Sheraton.

The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel also offers shuttle service, if you’d prefer that to the monorail. There’s a bus that’ll take you from the monorail station to the Sheraton (and vice versa), but I never used it because the station is literally across the street. You can also take the complimentary airport shuttle from the hotel to the airport, which is convenient on your arrival and departure days.

The Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel is Truly Grand

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel lobby

The interior of the Sheraton Grande’s lobby. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

When you step inside the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, you’ll discover that it’s quite grand. The lobby is absolutely huge, and so too is the hotel. 

There are a number of different room types you can book; ours was basic, but others are a little bit snazzier. Overall, the price point, I think, was reasonable.

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel room interior

Photo by Tatjana Lazar

The room was comfortable – and the bathroom in particular was a standout, with a walk-in shower tub combo, a Japanese bidet-style toilet, and an enclosed room that’s standard in a lot of Japanese hotel rooms. Plus, the room (and bathroom) features lots of cute amenities that you don’t see in the U.S. often, like razors, cotton pads, and soaps.

Best of all, we had a beautiful view of Mount Fuji from our room in the mornings. 

While the hotel is overall on the mature side, it offers both a wide range of activities and entertainment plus convenient perks guests can enjoy.

You’ll Find Activities, Lounges, and Great Views Inside

Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel Restaurant

A look inside the Grand Café. Photo by Tatjana Lazar

This Sheraton hotel in Tokyo has so much more to offer than just rooms for a night of rest. Inside, you’ll find plenty of entertainment – like mini golf, an arcade, and even a flight simulator – along with your usual hotel amenities like a pool and hot tub.

There are also restaurants, one of which I visited – the Grand Café. I had breakfast vouchers valid at the restaurant, and the food was quite good. 

However, most of the time, I found myself in the Sheraton lounge (which is accessible for those with platinum or higher Marriott status or those who purchase lounge access when booking a room). Inside the lounge, there was food available throughout the day – and the food was great. There was quite a large selection of both Japanese and American cuisine, along with an open bar, and I really enjoyed all of it. 

Located on the hotel’s top floor, the lounge also offered great views of Tokyo Disney Resort on one side and Tokyo Bay on the other, and it was a very pleasant place to hang out.

To learn more about the experience I had staying at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, watch the video below: 

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To say that I’m obsessed with Walt Disney World is an understatement. Luckily, as Communications Director for WDW Magazine, I get to live and breathe my passion every day! Follow me on Instagram for all my Disney adventures!
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