Walt Disney World STAR WARS: GALACTIC STARCRUISER Hotel Opening Date Revealed

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

Walt Disney World has released the opening date for their Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel that is coming to Disney park and it is March 1, 2022. This two-night, immersive adventure that takes visitors to that galaxy far, far away will let fans start booking their vacation on October 28, 2021.

Disney also released a look at the Galactic Starcruiser’s Bridge, where visitors will be able to discover what it takes to pilot the Halcyon – the in-universe Starcruiser that this adventure takes place on – and where the crew will teach guests how to help with navigation, power, defense, and other critical systems.

Check out the pricing and what they include here:

The pricing for a Standard Cabin – which can sleep up to four or five passengers – is as follows;

  • Two guests per cabin

    • $1,209 per guest per night or $4,809 total

  • Three guests per cabin (two adults, one child)

    • $889 per guest per night or $5,299 total

  • Four guests per cabin (three adults, one child)

    • $749 per guest per night or $5,999 total

This pricing comes with a trip to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Galaxy’s Edge on the first day of the journey, two breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals per guest, a quick-service meal, valet parking, an exclusive Galactic Starcruiser MagicBand, and more.

IGN released all the details, and also went on to report that guests “will also be able to not only become a Jedi and wield a lightsaber against a remote training device, not unlike the one Luke faced in Star Wars: A New Hope, but it will also be the first place fans can see Disney’s realistic, retractable lightsaber”.

“Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is meant to let fans live out their own Star Wars story, and they will be able to choose to join the First Order of the Resistance and interact with the well-known characters like Rey, Kylo Ren and Chewbacca and brand-new characters, aliens, and more.”

This sounds cool and all but a trip to the happiest place on earth is already so costly, it is hard to think about spending this kind of cash. What do you think about the pricing?

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