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Tokyo Disneyland Guide
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The Tokyo Bay Hilton is designated as a semi-official hotel of Tokyo Disneyland, and is located on the eastern shores of Tokyo Bay adjacent to the park. It is located 30 minutes away Tokyo, or about 40 minutes from the Tokyo International Airport.. There are building has 740rooms, 10 extensive restaurants & bars, and 16 small to large banquet rooms.
The rooms are comfortable and offer all the standard amenities, including queen and king size beds, a regular bathroom with hairdryer, mini bar, free newspaper, TV (with HBO,CNN,ESPN and Pay per view ).
Food and Drink
A number of restaurants are offered including:
Matsukaze: An authentic Japanese restaurant rather like a Japanese villa, set in the midst of tranquil garden overlooking Tokyo Bay. Meals include sushi, tempura and teppanyaki. Private rooms are available from 2 to 20 people.
Dynasty: A sophisticatecd Chinese restaurant featuring the best cuisine from all over China. Private rooms of various sizes are also available for gatherings up to 50 people.
Bay Lounge: Bathed in natural daylight, Bay Lounge offersbuffets for breakfast, lunch and dessert. This spacious lounge is also a convenient 'rendezvous' with live entertainment.
Piazza Roma: An Italian restaurant with an extensive antipasti buffet and an open pasta kitchen. Versatile pizza and spagetti dishes are guaranteed to delight true pasta lovers.
Carousel: The perfect place for informal all-day dining, Carousel offers an extensive breakfast buffet and an international dinner buffet everyday.
Chandu's: Everyday a delicious array of Indian delicacies can be found on the lunch and evening buffets. Tandoori specialties are prepared in the traditional tandoori ovens.
Sazanami: A fine choice of selected meats and seafood can be grilled over bincho charcoal using a unique smoke-free system in this modern yakiniku restaurant.
Chopstics: An exciting selection of the most popular dishes around Asia at very reasonable prices is available at Chopsticks. The choice is large as it is delicious.
Windows on the World: With a spectacular view of Tokyo Bay and the city skyline to one side and Tokyo Disneyland to the other, Windows on the World is a memorable way to end the day.
Ma Maison: An elegant yet comfortable Continental restaurant. A wide selection of wine togther with attentive service will delight your dining table. Cosy private rooms are also available for up to 10 people.
All transportation is by shuttle bus, you can also walk to the park.
Phone: 011 81 047 355 5000
Fax: 011 81 047 355 5019
Prices range from $ 275-$ 1,500 per night depending on location of room and time of year.
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