Disney’s Star Wars Galactic Hotel Is Literally a Spaceship of Expensive Rooms

Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser hotel
Disney

The Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser is an exciting new Disney World hotel. It’s a place where you can experience a two-night stay in a spaceship and even see Disney’s new real-life lightsaber. This week we learned more about the immersive adventure—and as Yoda would say—Expensive, the hotel rooms are.

To experience a galaxy far, far away, a family of four will need to spend around $6,000 for the two-night stay. And for two guests to enjoy the spaceship, you’re looking at an incredible $4,800, or about $1,200 per person per night. The attraction opens in Spring 2022, and here’s a quick teaser video before we dive into what you’ll get for your money.

The pricing detailed above is for the standard cabins, which hold five people, while bigger families can pay even more for the Grand Captian Suite that houses up to eight. There are three levels of rooms and 100 rooms in total.

Your thrilling two-day experience begins with visitors gathering up at the event’s terminal, where you’ll board a Launch pod and hyperspace jump to the Halcyon starcruiser. Once you arrive, you’ll step out of the Launch Pod into the world of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser.

That $4,800 package includes Star Wars-inspired meals, including two breakfasts, two lunches, a quick-serve snack, and two fancy dinners. Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks are an extra charge. During your stay, you’ll get to see new and well-known characters, explore the Halcyon starcruiser and operate the ship’s navigation and defense systems, enjoy fine dining experiences, train in the ancient ways of the lightsaber, and even take a trip to the planet Batuu on the Galaxy’s Edge. Either way, that’s one expensive LARP session.

Learn more at the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser website.

via CNET

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