Tokyo Disney Sea Hotel Mira Costa
The Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta was the second hotel built at Tokyo Disney Resort in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan. It opened on September 4, 2001 alongside the opening of the Tokyo DisneySea theme park. It was constructed under a license by The Walt Disney Company. The hotel is managed by The Oriental Land Company.
The hotel gains the distinction of being the only hotel in the world which is entirely placed inside a Disney theme park. It is located above the Mediterranean Harbor port in Tokyo DisneySea. The hotel is themed after the ports of Portofino and Venice.
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