Disney World will be letting Star Wars superfans experience a galaxy far, far away with their new Galactic Starcruiser resort. This is a two-night, one-of-a-kind experience, but you might have to sell yourself to Jabba the Hutt to afford it.
The resort will open in Spring 2022. And it is more than just a themed hotel: guests will spend two nights living out their own Star Wars adventure. Some fans are hoping this will be a bit like Westworld, minus all of the bloodshed and philosophical navel-gazing.
However, this experience will be more expensive than most fans probably imagined. A Standard Cabin for two guests for the two-night experience is $4,809. This comes to $1,209 per guest, per night.
You can save a bit of cash by going with a larger group. For example, three adults and one child can stay for a cool $5,999, which breaks down to “only” $749 per guest, per night.
There are pricier options available for a Galaxy Class Suite and a Grand Captain Suite. To discover more about the experience, we recommend you check out the official Disney World site.
What do you get for these heartstopping prices? In addition to the two-night simulated spaceship experience, guests get access to Disney’s Hollywood Studios (home of Disney’s awesome Galaxy’s Edge area, complete with life-sized props and two awesome new Star Wars rides). And each guest will get two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners, and one quick-service meal.
The video above will give you a better idea of what this experience will be like. But fans are very divided on whether this ambitious attempt to bring a galaxy far, far away to life will be worth the cost.
Do you think Disney is charging too much, or is the pricing fair for something this unique? Let us know in the comments!