Tokyo DisneySea Entrance Sign Added to Fantasy Springs Hotel

Toni Ferrigno

Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Entrance sign

Tokyo DisneySea Entrance Sign Added to Fantasy Springs Hotel

A Tokyo DisneySea park entrance sign has been added to the Fantasy Springs Hotel at Tokyo Disney Resort.

Tokyo DisneySea Entrance Sign Added to Fantasy Springs Hotel

Fantasy Springs Hotel with DisneySea entrance sign

Fantasy Springs Hotel will open on June 6, 2024, along with the brand-new Tokyo DisneySea port, Fantasy Springs. The hotel is located inside of the park, and guests staying at the hotel will be able to enter Fantasy Springs from this entryway by presenting their “Proof of Stay at Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Hotel.”

The entrance will be exclusive to guests staying at the hotel and guests using the Happy Entry guest benefit. This comes at a great advantage as demand to enter Fantasy Springs is sure to be high when it opens this summer.

Close up of Fantasy Springs Hotel with DisneySea entrance sign

During our recent visit, we could see crew members working on the new sign. While scaffolding covered much of it, we were able to get a pretty solid view.

Close up of Fantasy Springs Hotel with DisneySea entrance sign

The sign reads “Tokyo DisneySea Fantasy Springs Entrance.” “Fantasy Springs Entrance” is done in the port’s logo font, with pink florals surrounding it.

Fantasy Springs tip board

At the ground level, a tip board has been partially installed.

Fantasy Springs

Fantasy Springs concept art

Situated between Lost River Delta and Arabian Coast, Fantasy Springs will be home to three areas themed to “Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “Peter Pan.” It will be DisneySea’s largest and most expensive expansion to date.

A video tour of Fantasy Springs reveals four new attractions and sprawling rock formations of various Disney characters. The Fantasy Springs Hotel will have two separate hotel options: the Grand Chateau and the Fantasy Chateau.

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