Expected Pricing Revealed for the 2-Night, 3-Day Star Wars Hotel Experience at Walt Disney World

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Staying in a Star Wars hotel connected to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is the ultimate “Take my money, Disney!” concept. And that’s without even knowing much about it.

According to Disney, “This groundbreaking experience is unlike any resort experience you’ve ever seen. From the moment you board your launch pod, it’s a fully-immersive, multi-day Star Wars adventure aboard a luxury starship complete with high-end dining, space-view cabins and all of the exciting action you would expect from an authentic Star Wars experience.”

Now that we’ve seen concept art for the immersive “space capsule” guest transportation system and guest cabins, as well as a potential dinner show restaurant built aboard the Chandrila Star Line, forking over the credits to stay here is becoming less and less of an issue and more of an epic financial goal for many travelers. But how much will it actually cost?

According to sources, pricing for the Star Wars hotel will be based around the full 2-night/3-day experience rather than per night (you know, like a cruise, but in space). If you’re going to stay here, it will be a time commitment as well as a financial one, as shorter one-night stays will not be allowed. Much like on the Disney Cruise Line, food, select beverages, and entertainment will also be included as part of the experience.

Cabin for one? Pricing for a 2-night/3-day stay starts at $3,300 for one person, or just over $1,000 per person, per day. Cabins do sleep up to five passengers, so there’s also the option of maxing out the cabin occupancy for a relatively cheaper price per person. A cabin with five passengers would cost $7,200, or roughly $1,440 per person, for a more feasible $480 per person, per day price range.

According to sources, rooms come in two sizes: a regular sized cabin and the larger “Captain’s Quarters” cabin. Each floor is set to have 32 regular cabins and two first-class cabins. This pricing is for the general, regular-sized cabins, as pricing on the larger first-sized cabins is still unknown.

Do note that these prices can change as the hotel is still months, if not years away from opening, and Disney Parks and Resorts might scale these prices up or down based on a combination of demand and occupancy projections. However, these numbers are the current ones being thrown around in discussions regarding the resort.

So, what do you think? Are you excited to visit the Star Wars Hotel at Walt Disney World? Do you think the prices are truly out of this world or are they justified with this being such a unique offering? The good news is, you do still have a bit of time to save before it opens in time for the 50th anniversary of WDW.

Still can’t believe this is really happening? You can check out the latest construction progress on the hotel here.

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Chloe Metzger
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Chloe Metzger

Was planning on looking at staying here for our honeymoon but not at that price! A regular Disney hotel is it then!

MARK
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MARK

I guess I am a Star Trek can now.

Ron Patterson
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Ron Patterson

That’s ridiculous maybe we’ll have a coupon day when us normal people can afford to stay there, they have a lot more to do with Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge before that becomes feasible there just isnt enough there to do yet, not enough characters yet

Don blaka
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Don blaka

I agree Galaxy’s Edge needs improvement, and adding more walk-around characters is one of those things, hopefully they have more characters planned and the costumes for those said characters are sitting in a storage unit somewhere backstage

Kimberly
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Kimberly

I saw Storm Troopers, Rey, Chewbacca, Kylo Ren, Vi Moradi, and a First Order General all roaming Galaxy’s Edge. What other characters would you like to see?

Brandon R Garcia
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Brandon R Garcia

How about Darth Revan and Malek. Maybe bastilla since she’s way better than Rey or whatever it is.

Eric
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Eric

NONE of those characters!

dylan
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dylan

Luke, Anakin, Kenobi, Jar Jar, Padme, 501st clones, thrawn, vader, palp, grievous, the nightsisters, dooku, a droid army, Ahsoka, Revan, Malak, Missions, Zaalbar, Carth, lando, finn, bb8, R2, and so many more.

Kimberly
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Kimberly

Dylan – That’s a good list, but Black Spire Outpost fits in the Star Wars timeline right after the events of The Last Jedi, so many of those characters can’t be there.

Amina
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Amina

I really want to experience this but those prices are just too high.

Hilly
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Hilly

Clearly these prices are insane based on what we know of this hotel so far. This price will have to include some ridiculous perks. I can see the absolute hardcore Star Wars fan possibly paying this ONE time, but the casual fan, no way! For this price you probably could stay in a suite in a deluxe hotels concierge level for the week.

Eazy343510
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Eazy343510

Not here in California. Grand Californian hotel is 800 a night for a simple room

Hilly
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Hilly

Still cheaper than the Star Wars hotel. That’s $800 per room, not per person.

Awesome Amy
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Awesome Amy

Granted, this was 2012, but we stayed in a regular room concierge level for a full week for $1800 at Wilderness Lodge. You’re probably not that far off…

Brandon R Garcia
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Brandon R Garcia

I’m what some might consider a hardcore fan….and I’ll never pay these prices. I’ll just build a pillow fort and slap so painted posters and call it my Mos Eisley cantina

Megan
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Megan

If it ends up being true that this hotel won’t allow non-hotel guests to wander the property, Disney needs to definitely offer one of their beloved hard ticket events. Sign up ahead of time, board the magic bus at Batuu, it’ll bring you to the hotel for your food & drink event, and then at the end of said event, drop you back at Batuu. I’m not super interested in staying at the hotel, but I’d totally be on board with something like this.

Kris
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Kris

I like the way you think but it’ll never happen. That would be akin to letting tourists on your cruise ship (for 10% of what you paid) at any given port to run amok in your vacation. I’m not saying I wouldn’t be ALL about doing it…just that it would detract from their stay so I bet it will not be happening.

Joe S.
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Joe S.

Since it covers only 2 nights, I would divide the costs by 2, not 3. Quite expensive!

Tom Corless
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Tom Corless

It’s all-inclusive though

Michael Smith
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Michael Smith

Yeah but what does all inclusive mean… like a cruise… eat and drink all you want? Is booze included? I’ve heard rumors of clothing included too.

Just amazes me this is higher priced per night than the cruiseline. I’m paying $8000 for two balcony 8 night cruise cabins for 5 people on the Disney Cruise line… I mean, they better add some value here.

Chris B
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Chris B

Absolutely agreed. Who prices out a hotel based on number of days instead of number of nights? No one. And just be sure, I imagine that of those 2 nights / 3 days you are still only able to actually be at the hotel for 48 hours, i.e. check in at noon and check out two days later by noon. So prices start at $1650/night for one person. Or $100 per hour you are actually awake. If they fill the hotel at those prices, great for them though. And eventually some of the stuff that makes it so expensive would… Read more »

SJames
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SJames

At least it’s a unique, immersive experience over 3 days, seemingly providing more value for your money than the crazy $12,000 for 7 hours tour that only takes you through the dream suite, can’t even stay in it one night for that amount! Since it’s “like a cruise,” I wonder if food and beverage offerings will be included in the price…

Amy
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Amy

From this post: “Much like on the Disney Cruise Line, food, select beverages, and entertainment will also be included as part of the experience.”

Ana
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Ana

It states food and select beverages will be included. But still outrageous prices

Joy Hargraves
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Joy Hargraves

The article said food and certain beverages are included.

May
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May

Includes all food and drinks, like a cruise, but like a cruise, there may be pay options also.

Andrew Snyder
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Andrew Snyder

Yeah, but you can take 20 ppl to tour the dream suite…value per person goes up.

Ronald Silvey
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Ronald Silvey

Good God the prices are astronomical! I’m glad Disney makes everything exclusively for the rich and entitled. Middle-class and below aren’t allowed. Way to go blind greed!!

Jason M
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Jason M

Whaaaaaaaa. Cry in your milk much?

Tom Adams
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Tom Adams

LOL

Anthony
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Anthony

Jesus, that’s crazy. I pay a lot less per person for a 1 bedroom concierge suite 4 nights on a Disney Cruise. Moreover, from those window I get a much better view than screen and a high level of service.

For those prices this hotel needs to equal service at the best hotels, and the experience of staying in outer space to a tee.

Allen
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Allen

I think this is a bit too much for the regular person, they are definitely catering to the elite, not families by any means.

Rob Milliken
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Rob Milliken

Those beds look so comfortable, I don’t know why they are making this so affordable.

May
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May

Hahaha

Susie
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Susie

Shut….I was excited for this…. *sigh* I will now look forward to seeing all the photos and youtubers’ videos instead. :)

Terry
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Terry

This is the most ridiculous pricing structure for any Disney property.
Add this Star Wars hotel to the list with Disney Springs and the NBA Experience for being completely insane decisions by Disney execs.

Bob from Toledo
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Bob from Toledo

I need to start selling blood platelets now

William Bright
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William Bright

Careful! You need to maintain a relatively high Midi-Chlorian level for the best experience.

Jim Cullen
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Jim Cullen

That better include every meal for the 3 days / 2 nite stay.

Awesome Amy
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Awesome Amy

PLUS snacks, hors de’oeuvres, cordials, midnight snacks, and all the other items you’d get at Concierge Level. PLUS room service. Maybe a 24-hour soft serve machine (like on cruises) and soda stations everywhere.

dowv
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dowv

I agree, for that price I would want a huge chalice to drink soda from all day and night.

Ryan
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Ryan

Only way this is somewhat worth it is if meals at the resort are included to help with the “cruise” concept. If not, prices most people out.

robert l epps
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robert l epps

Clearly park admission and likely food (on ship at least) is included so I’m maybe in. I’m planning a trip in 2021, and at this price I give myself a 40% of grabbing it at that price if it’s not to crazy on reservations. It’s a hard toss up because I’m looking at sacrificing about 2-4 days on a deluxe resort 10-11 day trip to an overall trip of 6-8 (as well as maybe downsizing to a 1br villa) but it may be worth it. It all depends on what is happening on board ship. I know my wife is… Read more »

Bill Wald
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Bill Wald

I know it’d be a gamble, but if I got 4 people to go with me, I’d be 100% down to take that plunge.