Tokyo is one of the world’s largest cities. While each area has its distinct charm, the sheer scale often makes it difficult to explore all of Tokyo’s attractions on a single trip. Plus, the popular tourist destination Tokyo Disney Resort® is a little distant from central Tokyo, making it important to choose the right hotel if you want to visit both Tokyo Disney and other areas in the same trip.

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay is a popular base for sightseeing in Tokyo, and offers the ultimate convenience for those keen to fully enjoy the best of Tokyo Disney Resort®.

About Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay is a Tokyo Disney Resort® Partner Hotel. It offers a free dedicated shuttle bus service from the hotel to Tokyo Disney Resort®, while also being directly connected to a train station for seamless Tokyo sightseeing. It’s a fantastic choice for travelers of all kinds, including families with children, couples, groups of friends, and more.

There are a range of guestrooms suiting all purposes, restaurants serving a delightful variety of food, and ample space and greenery to relax in utmost comfort. The hotel has also earned a reputation for being child-friendly, and English service ensures overseas guests a hassle-free experience.

Why Choose Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay

Tokyo Disney Resort® Partner Hotel

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay is one of Tokyo Disney Resort® Partner Hotels in Japan. Guests can board a free shuttle bus (no reservations required) taking them from the hotel straight to the entrance of Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea®. This eliminates the need to use public transport, making it particularly well-suited for families with young children. There is also a baggage forwarding service from Tokyo Disney Resort® to the hotel (fee required), making it even easier to have a blast without being weighed down.

Perfect for Families, Couples, and Friends

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay was the first hotel to be certified as a “Welcome Baby Inn,” and has ample baby supplies on offer. The rooms are spacious and liberating, some even designed to be shoes-off, making it perfect for families with crawling babies, along with couples and friends looking to sprawl out and unwind. There are also lots of other services to enjoy, like the Playful Forest, a playground with projection mapping displays; all-you-can-eat sweets, unlimited beer, sparkling wine, and other drinks at the Welcome Lounge, plus more.

Convenient Access to Major Sightseeing Spots and Airports

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay offers excellent access to many of Tokyo’s top sights, making it a superb base for exploring the city. A shuttle bus also runs between Haneda/Narita Airport and Shin-Urayasu Station, which is directly connected to the hotel. Shin-Urayasu Station likewise grants train access to a number of major Tokyo attractions.

  • Haneda Airport: 40 mins (direct bus)
  • Narita Airport: 50 mins (direct bus)
  • Tokyo Station: 17 mins (train)
  • Tsukiji/Toyosu Market: Approx. 25 mins (train)
  • Akihabara: Approx. 30 mins (train)
  • Ueno: Approx. 40 mins (train)
  • Tokyo Skytree: 40 mins (train)
  • Shibuya: 45 mins (train)

Hotel Plans and Inquiries

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay has multi-language support, and inquiries are also possible by online chat. Please see the following pages for more information about the hotel’s facilities, plans, and other details.

Introducing Guestrooms

We have a variety of guestrooms suiting guests and purposes of all kinds, including families, couples, friends, and more, accommodating both small numbers and big groups.

The Oriental Floor

Standard Plus


Introducing Facilities

From those aimed at small children to pubs and such for adults, there’s a wide selection of hotel facilities promising an enjoyable stay.

Welcome Lounge

Free coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer, sparkling wine, sweets, and more.

Amenitey base "TIROIR"

A mixed selection of 40+ amenity types, including bathroom items and pajamas for both adults and children.

Restaurant Grand Cinq

A spacious buffet restaurant serving a huge selection of cuisine from all over the globe.


A buffet restaurant offering around 50 varieties of Chinese dishes and sweets.

British pub HUB

A British-style pub with live music.

Luggage storage

A complimentary space where guests can store and take out their luggage freely.

Convenience store

24-hour convenience store within the hotel.


24-hour coin laundry

Hotel Plans and Inquiries

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay has multi-language support, and inquiries are also possible by online chat. Please see the following pages for more information about the hotel’s facilities, plans, and other details.

Exploring Tokyo From Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay

This is a three-day Tokyo sightseeing itinerary based at Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay.

Day One

  • 9:00 am: Arrive at Haneda Airport, head to the hotel

    A shuttle bus runs from Haneda Airport to a train station directly connected to the hotel. It takes 40 minutes from Haneda Airport, and 50 minutes from Narita Airport.

  • 10:00 am: Take a Break After Arriving at the Hotel

    Even before checking in, you can have your luggage stored without any cost, letting you get out and start enjoying Tokyo as soon as you arrive.

  • 11:00 am: Lunch

    Travel from the hotel to Asakusa (approx. 30 mins), and have your first Tokyo lunch.

  • 1:00 pm: Asakusa

    After lunch, walk around the popular sightseeing area Senso-ji Temple. We also recommend being shown the highlights on one of Asakusa’s iconic rickshaws.

  • 3:00 pm: Sumida River

    Wander along the Sumida River until Tokyo Skytree. Around the river are many interesting shops to check out, including stylish cafes and more.

  • 3:30 pm: Tokyo Skytree

    View the entirety of Tokyo from the observation deck of the 634-meter-tall Tokyo Skytree, Japan’s tallest tower. Skytree Town also has over 300 shops, an aquarium, and a planetarium.

  • 5:00 pm: Return to the Hotel and Check In

    The hotel is a roughly 40-minute train ride from Tokyo Skytree. After checking in, take a moment to rest in your room.

  • 6:00 pm: Have a Drink in the Welcome Lounge Before Dinner

    Savor a beer in the lounge, which is free for guests to use. All drinks, including coffee, tea, soft drink, beer, sparkling wine, and even sweets, are complimentary.

  • 7:00 pm: Dinner

    From Japanese to Western, tuck into whatever cuisine takes your fancy from the stellar menu at the buffet-style Restaurant Grand Cinq.

Day Two

  • 8:00 am: Breakfast

    Restaurant Grand Cinq also grants guests a special start to the day with their luxurious breakfasts, which includes both Japanese and Western dishes, and even desserts.

  • 10:00 am: Tokyo Disney Resort®

    Tokyo Disney Resort® is a 15-minute ride on the dedicated shuttle bus from the hotel. You can even come back to the hotel for a meal and rest during the day, and return to Tokyo Disney Resort® fully recharged later.

  • 7:00 pm: Dinner

    Indulge in an assortment of around 50 dishes at the buffet-style Chinese restaurant CHINESE TABLE.

  • 9:00 pm: Pub

    Enjoy a spot of nightlife with live music at the British pub located within the hotel.

Day Three

  • 8:00 am: Breakfast

    Kick off with breakfast again at Restaurant Grand Cinq to try out some of the dishes that you couldn’t fit in yesterday.

  • 9:30 am: Check Out

    After checking out, you can have the luggage you don’t need for the day stored at the hotel, letting you fill your final day with sightseeing.

  • 10:00 am: Tsukiji/Toyosu Market

    Tsukiji Market and Toyosu Market are reachable by train from the hotel in about 30 minutes. Boasting the largest assortments of seafood in the world, you’ll be able to chow down on delicious Japanese dishes at their freshest.

  • 1:00 pm: Imperial Palace

    From Tsukiji Market, a 10-minute taxi ride will bring you to the Imperial Palace. Wander around the surrounding gardens and soak in the seasonal scenery while delving into Japan’s rich history.

  • 4:00 pm: Return to the Hotel

    Take an approximately 40-minute train ride from the Imperial Palace back to the hotel. Collect your stored luggage, and relax in the Welcome Lounge while waiting for the next train departure.

  • 5:00 pm: Tokyo Station

    It takes 17 minutes by train to get to Tokyo Station from the hotel. Make sure you leave plenty of time to catch your bullet train.

Hotel Plans and Inquiries

Oriental Hotel Tokyo Bay has multi-language support, and inquiries are also possible by online chat. Please see the following pages for more information about the hotel’s facilities, plans, and other details.