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January 29, 2024

Hoshino Resorts 1955 Tokyo Bay to open June 20th, 2024

With the concept “OLDIES GOODIES,” this hotel will start accepting reservations from January 17th, 2024
Hoshino Resorts 1955 Tokyo Bay is scheduled to open on June 20, 2024, in the Maihama and Shin-Urayasu area of Chiba Prefecture. With the hotel concept, “OLDIES GOODIES,” the hotel’s design is inspired by the United States back in 1955 when the world’s first Disneyland® was born. The hotel aims to provide convenient and comfortable stays for guests visiting Tokyo Disney Resort®. 

The United States in the 1950s was when the economy and culture developed greatly and notably 1955, was the year when the world's first Disneyland® was born. The interior design of this new hotel will reflect the good old days of the United States during those times. With the concept of "OLDIES GOODIES," guests can enjoy a hotel stay that continues the spark and joy they had enjoyed all day at the theme park. 1955 Tokyo Bay will strive to offer services that make visits to the theme park more convenient and comfortable for a full immersion into the magical world.

“2nd Room”: A space that can be used freely 24 hours a day
The “2nd Room” is a public space that can be used freely 24 hours a day by hotel guests, even before check-in or after check-out. The music playing in this room is reminiscent of the United States back in 1955, while its impressive space showcases mid-century colors and interior designs that were popular at the time. The room has an area where guests can remove their shoes and rest, as well as an area that can be used as a semi-private room, allowing for relaxation in a space of choice. Based on each travel schedule, guests can take a break upon arrival, create a schedule for the next day with friends and family, or prepare for departure. 

A variety of room types
A total of 638 guest rooms across 23 different room types are available. The wallpaper, carpets, sofas, and other furnishings in the rooms feature bold combinations of calm tones reminiscent of the United States back in 1955 for guests to experience the atmosphere of that time even in their room.* Shoes can be removed in all rooms, and the room type best suited for your travel style can be selected. 
*Excludes some rooms.

・Superior Room with a Goro Goro Bed
This room type has two beds with a Goro Goro Bed at the end of the room. ”Goro Goro” is a Japanese onomatopoeia that refers to someone lounging and relaxing. Guests can use this bed as a sofa to chat with friends and family during the day and at night, it can be used as a bed, accommodating up to four guests in this room.

Restaurants that guests can enjoy in the early morning and late at night
The Cafeteria serves freshly prepared meals even for guests arriving late at night, offering everything from rice bowls to hot and cold deli items, making it the ideal spot to recharge after a day at the theme park. The Restaurant, which serves breakfast buffets, opens at 6:00 a.m. so that even with an early departure, guests can be energized for the day. There is also a 24-hour Food & Drink Station next to the 2nd Room where snacks, light meals, and beverages can be purchased at any time of day. By offering dining options for guests arriving late at night or leaving early in the morning, a characteristic of when visiting a theme park, the hotel aims to ensure that all guests can enjoy a comfortable and fulfilling stay.

Overview of the Cafeteria
Opening hours: 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (last order: 10:30 p.m.)
Price: Varies depending on the order
Open to: Hotel guests 

Overview of the Restaurant
Opening hours: 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. (last entry: 9:30 a.m.)
Price:  2,500 JPY for 7 years old and over; 600 JPY for 4-6 years old; free for 3 years old and under (all prices include tax and service charge)
Open to: Hotel guests

Overview of the Food & Drink Station
Opening hours: 24-hours
Price: Varies depending on the order
Open to: Hotel guests

Overview of 1955 Tokyo Bay
Full Name of facility: Hoshino Resorts 1955 Tokyo Bay
Address: 7-2-3 Hinode, Urayasu, Chiba 
Number of rooms: 638 rooms (18 floors)
Facilities: 2nd Room (free space, Food & Drink Station), restaurants (Cafeteria, Restaurant), lockers, laundry, convenience store
Check-in at 3:00 p.m. / Check-out at 11:00 a.m.
Staring room rate: 9,000 JPY per night (per person in a 2-person stay, includes tax, and excludes meals)
・Around 15 minutes by bus from Shin-Urayasu Station on the JR Keiyo Line (free shuttle bus available, reservation not required)
・Around 30 minutes by free shuttle bus to Tokyo Disney Resort® (reservation not required)
Opening date: June 20th, 2024
Reservations start: January 17th, 2024
*The information provided above is based on current plans and is subject to change.

Overview of the project
Construction area: 4,984.95㎡
Site area: 21,882㎡
Design & supervision: NOMURA Co., Ltd.
Construction: NOMURA Co., Ltd.

About Hoshino Resorts
Hoshino Resorts was first established as a Japanese inn/ryokan in 1914 in Karuizawa in Nagano Prefecture before it began the operation of other resorts in Japan. Today, it has evolved into a highly influential hotel management company and is run by 4th-generation family member Yoshiharu Hoshino. Providing a unique experience focused on the local charms of each destination and a high level of omotenashi, Japanese-style hospitality, the company has expanded rapidly out of Karuizawa since 2001 and now operates more than 60 accommodations both in and outside Japan with one of the following categories: luxury hotel brand “HOSHINOYA,” hot spring ryokan brand “KAI,” countryside resort hotel brand “RISONARE,” city tourism hotel brand “OMO,” free-spirited hotel brand “BEB,” or other unique lodgings.

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