The new Star Wars-themed hotel opening at Walt Disney World in Florida next year is more like a fantasy camp experience. Attached to the new Galaxy’s Edge theme park, the hotel called Galactic Starcruiser will offer accommodations, meals, and a two-night immersive Star Wars experience for the whole family. It will cost you, though.
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The lowest announced pricing tier is $4,809 for two guests. That includes a standard cabin, food and drink (except alcohol, which is extra) and an experience that includes activities such as lightsaber training, bridge crew training and a planet excursion to Batuu (a.k.a. the Galaxy’s Edge park). A family of four can expect to pay a minimum of $5,999.
There are no prices yet listed for the hotel’s upgraded rooms, dubbed the Galaxy Chess Suite — which includes two windows, instead of one, looking out into “space” — and the Grand Captain Suite (three space windows!), but one assumes those prices are most impressive. There are other add-ons too such as Captain’s Table seating rather than eating at communal tables in the “Crown of Corellia Dining Room.”
And that’s why people are already calling this resort Canto Bight. If you’re willing to pay for it, I’m sure you can extend your stay to four nights or more (or you could send your kids to Space Camp for a week at a fraction of the price). Read more about Disney’s Galactic Starcruiser and see the trailer here. -via reddit