Star Wars Hotel Galactic Starcruiser, Walt Disney World resort review. Disney World Resort presents the adventure between the galaxies of the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser in 2021. The newly released hotel by Disney seems to be a dream destination for die-hard fans of Star Wars films. Located in the Walt Disney World Resort, Florida, United States, the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser hotel is made with an interior very much like the film.
Disney has previously shared interior footage of the artist to give Star Wars fans an overview of his hotel. Hopefully this hotel will be a hit for Star Wars lovers. News of the construction of the hotel was first announced in 2017. Sneak peek will apparently be shown at Disney’s D23 Expo, in August 2019.
Where is the new Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser located?
If you drive near Disney’s Hollywood Studios, you can see the construction yourself. You will find this hotel very close to the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge section of Hollywood Studios. In fact, in this photo of the construction of the hotel from October 2020, you can see the tower of the Galaxy’s Edge in the background. That’s the distance from the hotel to the park.
Star Wars Hotel Lobby
In addition to the room case, fans were already looking forward to the immersive experience when it was moved to the Batuu trading post, the home world to Galaxy’s Edge. This way, after ‘checking in’ to the hotel in the terminal, the group will be directed to a ‘launch pod’ that will make visitors fly into space.
Through the window above, you’ll see stars passing through until you see star explorers in the distance. The journey then gets closer to the fan connects with Halcyon. Once docked, they will pass through a series of doors to the giant atrium to begin their journey.
To create a stay for visitors, the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruisers operation was designed using a cruise ship management system. Visitors cannot specify the length of the reservation as desired. The itinerary is arranged based on the ‘travel period’ specified by the hotel. One ‘travel period’ is enjoyed for 3 days 2 nights.
Because this hotel wants its visitors to really experience the real world of Star Wars. Even the staff will hang around in character costumes and crew members while in the hotel.
Star Wars fans can experience the sensation of staying on a Star Wars spaceship and exploring like the Black Spire Outpost in Batuu. Batuu is the most famous stop among traders and travelers in the world of this Sci-Fi film. As well as being one of the places affected by the dispute between the First Order and the Resistance.
Star Wars Hotel Rooms
Regarding the room, Walt Disney World representatives finally shared two photos of the ship’s cabin which will be occupied as a visitor’s bedroom. Even though it’s not the final look, it already provides the image fans expected.
Each room is dressed like the interior of a ship’s cabin in an orange and white color scheme. This color honors the iconic outfit worn by fighter pilots in the Star Wars films.
Disney World also provides a special room for Star Wars lovers who are out of date with children. Parents will get a double bed, while the children sleep on mattresses made of wall panels. As if their children were captaining the ship.
The first photo shows one ‘queen’ size bed in the middle of a small cabin along with two bunk beds built into the wall. Several shelves are also visible next to the entrance. With rounded corners of the room, the color scheme chosen comes from the classic white, orange, and gray X-wing fighter.
Meanwhile, showing more ornaments depicting Star Wars. Starting from the window as well as the video screen with views of the outer galaxy. Visitors will not see the same view from the window. The panorama will continue to change during the visitor’s stay.
There is also a second screen right across from the bed that allows you to display flight navigation information or just to watch earthly TV broadcasts. Under the window screen was a small table and chairs. While on it there are elements whose use is not yet known. Does it have its own function or is it just a decoration.
It’s not just a hotel, it’s a real-life Star Wars experience
Disney provides a stay package that will give travelers a real-life Star Wars experience for two days and two nights. The building of this hotel resembles a star ship, Corellian PMPO-1400 or can be called Halycon.
Later, guests will board a giant ship called the Halcyon. The outside of the building won’t be shaped like a ship. Instead, the hotel’s interior is made in such a way that fans believe they are in the Halcyon.
This hotel, which is praised for its originality, will certainly give fans an exciting experience. Reportedly the guests will reportedly be given roles and be part of the story in the star wars film universe. Fans can also meet directly with several ‘Star Wars’ characters, such as Kylo Ren, Chewbacca, Stormtroopers, Droids, and Resistance Spies.
In addition, for the first time they will open a lightsaber training so that fans can also become reliable Jedi. Guests can also visit the working parts of the ship, including the bridge where they can learn how the ship is navigated and how to maintain it. In fact, reportedly there will be hidden spaces in the ship. That room would be where the secret guild members met. Or the guest room waiting to be called to be heroes.
His overnight experience also gives guests the opportunity to explore the Star Wars universe. They would be invited on a road trip to the Black Spire Outpost at the Batuu outpost. Also, a trip to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Best of all, guests will spend most of their time role-playing with the characters, crew, and fellow passengers.
How much will the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser cost?
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is a luxury themed hotel located in the Epcot Resort Area, Florida, United States. The plan, the hotel will open in 2021. The experience of staying two days and two nights at Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is estimated to cost between US $ 1,400 to US $ 3,300. However, for lovers of the ‘Star Wars’ franchise, this is certainly a price to pay in order to make their dreams come true.