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Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta
Average Reviewer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 1 ( Displaying Reviews: 1 - 1 )
5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   01/25/02 - 02/01/02
Reviewer: GusGlitz Anaheim, CA     July 10, 2002
The singular most incredible hotel experience I've ever had. We stayed in a room that had a simply breathtaking view of the Park that made me want to take a picture everytime I looked out the window. From the moment we stepped off the bus, arriving at the hotel, the service was unparalleled. A bellman was there immediately to grab our bags and escort us to the check-in desk. After checking in we were escorted to our room. From the moment we stepped off the bus we didn't touch our bags. The bell-person even hung our jackets up in our room's closet for us. The room had two very comfortable beds, as well as a third trundle bed that could be pulled out from below one of the others. The bathroom was conveniently divided into three rooms, one with a shower and seperate bathtub, one with sinks and vanity, and the third with the toilet. I usually don't make a point to describe a hotel's toilet, but let me tell you, this one was special- I even took a picture of it. This toilet featured a control panel that rivals my most complicated remote control. From the obligatory bidet, to a seat warmer with adjustable temperature, to a fan that automatically turned on when you sat down, this toilet had it all. Ok, ok... enough about that. The room also featured an entire tea set, a pot of constant boiling water, slippers and a robe, an extensive set of stationary that was refilled everyday, and a well-stocked mini-bar. I could go on and on about this hotel. The lobby is amazing, and the entire building is a work of art. To give a few examples of the level of service at this hotel let me say that whenever we went to the Guest Services desk they actually didn't allow us to stand in line. They told us to sit down in the lobby, and they came to get us when they were ready to help us. When our package express arrived at the hotel (that very night, unlike WDW) they called our room and then instantly brought the item to us. The hotel also features Oceano, the finest seafood buffet I've ever had. The BellaVista lounge is a great place to eat or just have a drink, as it benefits from the hotel's incredible view. The only negative of the stay was the odd pool. Perhaps it's a japanese cultural difference, but to swim in the pool there was a $24 per person per day charge. This was on top of a $370 room rate, paying for the hotel's pool seemed very odd to me. The monorail service from the hotel is a great convenience, and the special entrance to DisneySea actually gives you a jump start on the 'regular crowd'. This hotel is a must do and greatly contributed to my wonderful trip.