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A Toy Story-themed hotel - in which everything looks like a toy - will be opening its doors at Tokyo Disney resort in 2021.
Despite the first film coming out just over 23 years ago, the love people have for Toy Story stands strong, and now fans can be transported into the toys' world.
It will be the second Toy Story-themed hotel to open its doors, as the first in Shanghai welcomed guests back in 2016.
In an announcement posted on the Disney Parks blog, Disney revealed that the 600-room hotel is predicted to be ready for guests in 2021.
The announcement also says that the hotel will give guests the chance to enjoy a world where everything looks like it is made from toys, from the hotel exteriors to the reception.
It gets even better because the guest rooms are all inspired by Andy's bedroom. Woody, Buzz, Jessie and all of the toys will be in each room to great the guests.
Let's just hope Sid isn't your next door neighbour.
Of course, it wouldn't be a Toy Story-themed hotel if the furnishings weren't bright and bold, and Disney has promised that the hotel will be just that.
As well as the guest rooms, the hotel will include plenty of shopping and dining options - maybe Pizza Planet will open up there.
The hotel's name hasn't been revealed yet, but it apparently has a very magical meaning behind it to make your stay even more special.
"Andy, the little boy who loves his toys - Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest - has embarked on the ultimate backyard project: a building to house all his toys," a statement announcing the launch of the hotel said.
"When Andy is called away by his mum, his toys and their helpers take over the 'toy' tower and open it as a hotel for all the 'honorary' toys of the world."
We already want to book a stay.
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