Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be a 2-day immersive adventure!
With the opening of ‘Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance’ almost here, Star Wars fans and netizens are starting to wonder what’s the next upcoming plan for Star Wars in the world of Disney.
Well, Walt Disney World has just announced on Tuesday night that the all-immersive, ‘Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser’ hotel will open in 2021.
— Brian Scott (@BrianScottFOX35) December 4, 2019
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser isn’t just a typical hotel, it is an exclusive 2-night vacation experience at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, where guests will literally eat, sleep and breathe the Stars Wars saga.
Touted as being similar to a Disney Cruise, where guests can fully immerse in the experience for the duration of their stay, Galactic Starcruiser will give guests the opportunity to create their own Star Wars adventure, with trips to the planet of Batuu (the setting of Galaxy’s Edge) and back via special transport ships.
According to a press release, after being welcomed to the experience through a special launch pod, guests will traverse the galaxy aboard ‘The Halcyon,’ a Starcruiser on which they will dine in the all-ages Silver C Lounge, sleep in cabins with deep space views, participate in activities like lightsaber training, travel to the Black Spire Outpost and more.
At the heart of The Halcyon is The Atrium, where guests will come face-to-face with some of their favorite characters. Of course, visitors will have the opportunity to travel through the 14-acre land of Galaxy’s Edge to their heart’s content throughout the experience.
The Galactic Starcruiser is currently being built literally across the street from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, the new 14-acre land in Orlando, Florida. Not only will Galactic Starcruiser be a singular facility, it will also be a first-of-its-kind experience. Guests should expect a ’24/7′ storytelling experience with more in common with Westworld than a traditional hotel stay.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge officially opened to the public on August 29 in Orlando, with crowds lining up overnight to be among the first to experience the largest single-themed land in park history. It is the latest addition to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, also home to the resort’s last major debut, Toy Story Land, which opened in summer 2018.
Cabins for five starts from $3,300.
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