BREAKING: New Details of Star Wars Hotel, Galaxy’s Edge Land for Disney Parks Announced

Last summer, Disney announced plans for an immersive Star Wars-inspired resort to be built at Walt Disney World Resort. Tonight they shared more details on what this thrilling new resort, which will be seamlessly connected to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, will be like.

This first-of-its-kind resort will combine luxury with complete immersion into an authentic Star Wars story. Guests’ journey through space will start when everyone departs together for a multiday Stars Wars adventure by boarding a starship alive with characters and stories that unfold all around them during a voyage through the galaxy.

At the resort, guests immediately become active citizens of the galaxy and can dress up in the proper attire. Every resort window will also have a view into space. The opportunity for immersion at this resort will also stand out among all Disney resorts around the globe, as it will be seamlessly connected to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, allowing guests a total Star Wars experience.

Meanwhile, in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, guests will visit the planet of Batuu, a remote outpost on the galaxy’s edge that was once a busy crossroads along the old sub-lightspeed trade routes. Here, guests will find themselves in the middle of the action at two attractions that take detail and immersion to the next level: one that lets guests take the controls of Millennium Falcon on a customized secret mission, and an epic Star Wars adventure that puts guests in the middle of a climactic battle between the First Order and the Resistance.

Guests will also be able to explore a street market run by a Toydarian, a character first introduced in “Star Wars: The Phantom Menace.” Among his wares will be handcrafted toys made by local artisans, like those seen above.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is set to open at both the Disneyland and the Walt Disney World Resorts in 2019.

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SJames
SJames
2 years ago

“Seamlessly” connected except going through WDW security, I’m sure. I wonder if they’ll make the security guards dress as storm troopers or something! The new security policies are tedious, esp for those of us trying to make full use of the park hopper. They need to bring back express transport or have some sort of pre screening, such as TSA pre check.

SLame
SLame
2 years ago
Reply to  SJames

Safety is so tedious and inconvenient. I’m guessing you vote libertarian.

Josh
Josh
2 years ago
Reply to  SLame

A good way to vote

Ross Perot
Ross Perot
2 years ago
Reply to  Josh

Sure, if you don’t understand how infrastructure works.

Mouse
Mouse
2 years ago
Reply to  SJames

LOVED Express Transport!!!

Billy
Billy
2 years ago

I’m still a bit confused about the Star Wars Hotel. Do you open the curtains and you’ll be looking at a screen projection of a planet? Or is the view outside going to be of themed real life grounds?

Don’t think I could take staying in “Star Tours: The Hotel” if the background was constantly moving.

Love your info!! Thanks!

Anonomouse
Anonomouse
2 years ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

I’m curious if they’ll have different “views” depending on how much extra you want to pay. Would you like the endless vacuum of space view or would you like to upgrade to the planet view rooms?

Veronica
Veronica
2 years ago

Is this resort going to be a moderate level resort, a value resort or a deluxe resort? Just trying to figure out how to book it. I don’t think I would use DVC points to stay here and I know my husband and my boys really want to stay here at some point. My daughter and myself not so much but we will do it for the guys.

Admiral Ackbar Forever
Admiral Ackbar Forever
2 years ago
Reply to  Veronica

I’m assuming they’ll create a new category: LEEBDS (ludicrously expensive even by Disney standards).

Snootyfox
2 years ago
Reply to  Veronica

It says “luxury”. That means $$$$.

Anonomouse
Anonomouse
2 years ago
Reply to  Veronica

It’s a boutique hotel, it’s not really going to fit into any of those categories. Expect to pay much more than a deluxe, and I highly doubt they will accept DVC points.

matt
matt
2 years ago

curious if Seemless means that the hotel is connected to Galaxys edge in the park.

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2 years ago
Reply to  matt

The official Disney press release said: “duh”

C
C
2 years ago

I don’t think guests who want to dress up like star wars characters and guests who pay thousands a night for a hotel room have much overlap

Melissa Brown
Melissa Brown
2 years ago
Reply to  C

I certainly fit into both categories.

Captain Hindsight
Captain Hindsight
2 years ago
Reply to  C

I don’t think you’ll understand just how wrong you are until the hotel opens. Please do us all a favor and make a reminder to revisit this comment a year after they start taking reservations.

C
C
2 years ago

I believe that a lot of adults won’t dress up.

(This hotel will have 25 rooms at most, it will sell out)

William Morse
William Morse
2 years ago

None of this was new information. What am I missing?

Enuff
Enuff
2 years ago

Not going to pay the expected prices as I’ve seen nothing that justifies the cost. So far we know that this hotel will be in the park. Also, you’ll be allowed to dress up in SW outfits and totally immersed in the SW universe. Is that it or am I missing something.
The only thing that would make me start saving up for this would be if the SW hotel occupants would get exclusive access to Galaxies Edge meaning no DVC members, no APHs, and no other Disney resort guests. Just the SW hotel guests.

Dandruff
Dandruff
2 years ago
Reply to  Enuff

Well since there’s barely any actual info on this whole thing, I’d say you’re jumping to conclusions and are just making stuff up to be outraged about. Not surprising in this community, but come on, why don’t you wait until some real numbers and plans are revealed before you get all huffy about it?

Jgo
Jgo
2 years ago

I feel like this is a place that people would only want to stay for a night or two. Longer than that I think all “cool factor” of the special effects and tech stuff would get old fast. Its like being stuck on a favorite ride and hear the same music loop and dialogue and watch the animatronics repeat the same motions over and over. It loses its magic.

Susan McKenney
Susan McKenney
2 years ago
Reply to  Jgo

DISNEY = $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$GREED

Julia D'Addario
Julia D'Addario
2 years ago

I was there with my children when Disney World opened .We visited several times a year every year since. It has now become an insane “ZOO”. It is extremely costly, much too crowded and no longer the beloved family oriented place it was. It’s all about more people, more money, extra events at prohibitive costs. All about greed and money. I no longer go there. Money machine😓😓😓

Will Morse
Will Morse
2 years ago

I was there when it was a simpler time as well, in fact I worked there 25 years ago and they still charged for everything….there were just less choices and less people…people are just overwhelmed by inflation and the variety of things they can do…if peopel do not like it ….they should take their Famiies or themselves Camping and stop complaining about not having enough Quality Time. Their are plenty of options to budget yourself.. there is no need to do all the special “things” that require extra money to create extra “ magic” that people are so desperate for.… Read more »