While Disney fanatics await the all-new opening Toy Story Hotel Next April you will be able to discover another exciting accommodation. The Disney Ambassador Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort has just introduced a special Kingdom Hearts room inspired by the famous video game series.
You’ll even receive replicas of the Oblivion Keyblade – or Sugisarashi Omoide (Passing Memories) in Japanese – as a key to unlock your room. The room comes with two keys, so there is no hassle as to who will keep this wonderful memory.
The room can accommodate a maximum of three people and is adorned with artwork from Melody of Memory, the newest version of the franchise. Your stay also includes a set of stunning picture postcards featuring characters from the game.
For a special surprise during your stay, you’ll want to open the safe sitting on the coffee table next to the sofa. Even we don’t know what’s inside, but from the rest of the room it’s sure to be stunning.
To fuel the fandom, the Hyperion Lounge restaurant in the hotel lobby will feature a special Kingdom Hearts cake set including pies, jelly treats, and artwork by Sora and Roxas.
A special Kingdom Hearts chocolate drink will also be available to order in the Lobby Lounge. It is inspired by the fictional paopu fruit that grows on the Islands of Fate in the games.
The themed room is designed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the very first Kingdom Hearts game.
Reservations for the special room open today (29 november) for stays between January 9 and 29. Reservations open on December 21 for stays from January 30 to February 21, followed by January 27 for stays from February 22 to March 27, and March 3 for stays between March 28 and April 27.
For more information, visit the website.
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