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Where to stay in Maihama

Maihama Hotels

A land of fun and frolics, Maihama is Tokyo’s offshore Disneyland dream. With 2 separate Disney resorts, there’s endless entertainment for families. As it spills out into the open ocean, it’s a breath of fresh air after the dense metropolis of central Tokyo, and kids in particular will be much more excited by this bit of Japan. In a country with such a predilection for the cute and kitsch, it’s no wonder that Maihama’s theme parks overflow with joy and fun.

Things to see

The main Tokyo Disneyland resort is the first major theme park you’ll reach after arriving in Maihama. This has all the quintessential Disney attractions, including the fairytale castle entrance and Splash Mountain, while there are unique Japanese twists, including – in springtime – the profusion of cherry blossom, which adds an extra sprinkle of enchantment. For a splashier twist on the Disneyland experience, head to Tokyo DisneySea, where you and your family will set sail on a choice of vessel – whether a modern cruise liner, a pirate ship, or a Venetian gondola – to explore 7 different ports, plenty of wet and wild rides along the way. If that isn’t adventure enough, you can take another voyage across to Kasai Rinkai, where the huge, glass dome of the Tokyo Sea Life Centre rises up out of the ocean. Inside, you’ll discover marine species from all the world’s oceans, including tropical fish and penguins.

Hotels in Maihama

Maihama hotels don’t always come cheap, but you can strike deals by booking inclusive breaks, and most of them have all the features you’d want for a great family vacation. The luxury hotels in Maihama tend to be large complexes, furnished with a quirky mix of Western and Japanese styles. A lot of the suites are large enough to accommodate families together. The kids can be entertained with supervised activities while you slip off into the spa. There are 1 or 2 budget hotels in Maihama too, where standard rooms come with basic creature comforts like air conditioning and free WiFi.

Where to stay

The resort area of Maihama, along the coast between the 2 Disney resorts is a prime location for a family break. The hotels here are large and luxurious and there are free shuttle services to the Disneyland parks. You’ll have everything you need for a fun vacation at your fingertips, as well as being right on the ocean. To nab a cheap Maihama hotel, it’s best to head further towards the Urayasu’s city center. It’s a bit further to reach Disneyland, but there are plenty of transport options to get to the resorts, and you’ll have all the urban conveniences.

How to get to Maihama

Both of Tokyo’s main airports, Narita and Haneda, are within easy reach of Maihama, and between them, they are served by flights from all over the world. If you’re staying at one of the Disney hotels, or just visiting Disneyland for the day while staying in Tokyo, then it’s a hassle-free journey on a Disney bus from either airport. It takes about 60 minutes from Narita and 45 minutes from Haneda. If you’re staying elsewhere in Maihama, then it might be easier to transfer to Tokyo Station, and from there it’s just a 15 minute train journey to Maihama Station.