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What a gorgeous hotel with beautiful grounds & amenities. Being a "Hilton Snob", you come to expect certain things at these establishments. Although they're not all created equal, in Japan, it's quite consistent. The property is huge with restaurants & cafes. There's a hotel shuttle...More
Our family just finished our second stay in one of Hilton's Happy Magic rooms. This is now definitely our go to hotel when visiting Tokyo Disneyland. These themed rooms have not been updated in forever but they are really well maintained, very clean and comfortable....More
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Response from Hotel R, other at Hilton Tokyo BayResponded 28 January 2018
Thank you for staying at Hilton Tokyo Bay. We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed Happy Magic Room. Delight the family with a unique Happy Magic Room or Happy Magic Suite, decorated in a fairytale wonderland style. Our 'Magic Forest' themed floors and rooms...More
We stayed 2 nights whilst visiting Disneyland and the room was the highlight of our stay. The decorations were so cute and my 3 kid’s enjoyed playing with the magic key, mirror and bunk bed. Room was clean, spacious and we had a fantastic floor...More
We were looking for a hotel near Tokyo but the price at this hotel was convenient. We were not sure whether it was hard to get from the hotel to the city center. It wasn't. Just take the shuttle which takes you to Maihama Station,...More
Booked a regular room but was offered an upgrade to the Family Happy Magic Room with a ocean view with daily breakfast. You can opt for a view of the Park too. We had access to a separate lounge for our daily buffet breakfast apart...More
Response from BubbaLucius | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely! We have small kids and mostly stay at the Hilton when we visit which is on the monorail line so we can do just that. A full loop on the monorail is about 15 mins. It is not as convenient for park hopping as in... More
Absolutely! We have small kids and mostly stay at the Hilton when we visit which is on the monorail line so we can do just that. A full loop on the monorail is about 15 mins. It is not as convenient for park hopping as in Anaheim but MUCH MORE doable than Orlando. In peak times the monorail comes every few mins so very convenient. And if you couldn't be bothered walking to the monorail (not even a 5 min walk) there is a shuttle bus to the monorail.
If you have you kids I highly recommend the happy magic rooms. Very fun.