Disney’s Galactic Starcruiser Hotel Is Cleared for Launch Starting March 2022

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Well, it’s been a long time coming, but it appears as though Disney’s Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel is finally preparing for takeoff. With the maiden voyage slated for March 1st next year, guests will soon be able to book their boarding pass for a two-night stay. Managed by the park’s interplanetary travel group — Chandrila Star Line — the experience looks to be the next best thing to visiting a galaxy far, far away.

After all, the fun starts pretty much as soon as you arrive, with a launch pod ferrying you to a berth aboard the Halcyon. From there, the rest of your adventure is based on your decisions, as Disney tasks guests with both in-person character interactions as well as app-based encounters. As such, it makes for an incredibly immersive trip, offering everything from lightsaber practice and Sabaac lessons to bridge training and droid racing. Not only that, but guests will also be able to visit other areas in the Star Wars universe, including the Black Spire Outpost on Batuu, the Rise of the Resistance attraction, and even the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run ride. Equal parts live theater, theme park, and real-life role-playing game, it promises to be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

Though meals and access to Galaxy’s Edge are both included with admission, you’ll have to buy your way into the Smuggler’s Lounge. The first round of booking will open on October 28th, with prices starting at $4,809 for a two-guest, two-night package.

Purchase: $4,809

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