You don’t have to be Jeff Bezos to go into space. Disney will send you to a galaxy far, far away for about $ 1,200 per person – but your feet will stay firmly on earth.
First teased during Disney’s D23 Expo in 2019, the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is a stunning hotel located near the company’s Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. This new experience, billed as a two-day, two-night adventure, is slated to open in spring 2022.
Tour prices depend on your itinerary, the time of year you book your trip, and the number of people staying in your stateroom, but this week Disney revealed some sample prices for future adventures.
Between August 20, 2022 and September 17, 2022, a ride on the Chandrila Star Line, known as Halcyon, costs $ 4,809 for two guests sharing a cabin, or $ 1,209 per person per night.
Three guests (two adults and one child) sharing a cabin would cost $ 889 per guest per night, or about $ 5,299 for the entire trip.
Four guests per stateroom (three adults, one child) are $ 5,999 or $ 749 per guest per night.
Prices change depending on which cabin you choose. There are standard rooms and suites. The trip includes admission tickets to Hollywood Studios Park, plus breakfast, lunch, and dinner for each day on the ship. Guests can travel to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Park from the Starcruiser during their stay and receive a voucher for a free quick meal in the park.
A concept image for Disney’s planned Galactic Starcruiser Hotel shows guest training with a lightsaber.
Source: Disney / Lucasfilm
Before the pandemic, Disney had planned to open the hotel in 2021. The experience begins at Walt Disney World, where guests jump into a launch pod and shoot into hyperspace. Your capsule docks at the Starcruiser and on board the visitors are greeted by the crew and immediately immerse themselves in their own Star Wars adventure.
Windows have been replaced with screens that show different views of space throughout the journey.
The luxury liner has a number of different locations for guests to explore, including the bridge, where guests learn all about the ship’s navigation and defense systems. There is also the opportunity for guests to test their courage with a lightsaber.