August 12, 2010

Resort Round-Up: Disney’s Ambassador Hotel


Opening July 20, 2000, Disney’s Ambassador Hotel was the first ‘official’ Disney Hotel to open in the Tokyo Disney Resort, but was the sixth overall hotel to open. It was licensed under the Walt Disney Company, but is managed by the Oriental Land Company. It's Art Deco style takes an early Hollywood theme, its theme is very similar to Hong Kong Disneyland’s Hollywood Hotel.


The hotel features several room types:

-Standard Room
-Superior Room
-Triple Room
-Donald Duck Room—they face the ‘Palm Garden Pool’, everything has ‘Donald Duck’ colors
-Deluxe Room
-Family Room

There are also a variety of hotel Suites:

-Garden Suites
-Panorama Suites
-Fantasia Suites
-Mickey’s Premiere Suite
-Mickey’s Penthouse Suite


The hotel has many restaurants and lounges throughout, including:

-Chef Mickey--The Disney characters come to greet you at your table at this casual, buffet-style restaurant. Feast on just what you like and have a great time with your family.
-Empire Grill--The hotel’s premier restaurant takes the essences of styles such as Italian, Mexican and Asian cooking and uses them to create a sophisticated California-style cuisine.
-Restaurant Hana-- A refined Japanese restaurant offering Kaiseki course menus, Teppan-yaki grill dishes and other seasonal delicacies.
-Tick Tock Diner-- Styled after a 1950s diner, this is the place to stop for some coffee, soup, or an original sandwich.
-Hyperion Lounge-- The art deco interior lends this lounge a refined atmosphere, with the player piano from the lobby adding a special ambience.


As opposed to the rest of Tokyo Disney Resort, the Ambassador Hotel has many pins, and for every anniversary a series of pins is released. Each year every restaurant celebrates the anniversary, and the hotel has a big event.

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Several pins use the Art Deco style of the hotel and reflect it, like the early years Mickey and Minnie below.



Most of the restaurants don't have pins, but Chef Mickey does. The restaurant is similar to Chef Mickey’s at Walt Disney World’s Contemporary Resort.pin13244  pin69349

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Pictures and Information from Official Tokyo Disney Resort and Pin Pics

1 comment:

  1. are there any more pictures on that mickey themed room? i want to see more detail. the room looks great!