PHOTOS: First Look Inside Actual Hotel Room Cabin for Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World

We hope you’ve been saving up some credits, because we’ve got a first look inside of an actual cabin aboard the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser coming soon to Walt Disney World.


Inside, the cabin shows a queen bed with themed bedding and two padded bunk bed “pods” along the wall. On the other side is open storage space and what looks like a small safe and fridge. The room door resembles the airlock style that would see inside of a spaceship!


Of course, each cabin aboard the Halcyon will have a view of the galaxy beyond, with ever-changing vistas as the ship progresses from place to place. A screen mounted to the wall of the cabin shows the ship’s current trajectory (and may well double as a TV.) Against the wall, a table pulls out from a pocket, with futuristic stools to sit on beneath it—these cabins seem compact, but perfectly set up for space travel.


Concept art reveals possible storage space for luggage under the bed, plus a futuristic bedside lamp.

Rooms come in two sizes: A regular sized cabin, and larger “Captain’s Quarters” cabin. Each floor is set to have 32 regular cabins and two first-class cabins. You can check out more details on expected pricing here. For an exclusive full tour of floor plans and concept art for the new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, including the hotel lobby layout, guest rooms, and more, click here.

Disney previously announced that reservations will open later this year for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, which debuts in 2021 at Walt Disney World Resort.

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  1. Soooo….for a family of four, that’s $13,200 for a 2 day/2 night excursion.


  2. I can see the conversation between the kid and dad in that picture “Son, daddy paid a lot of money, so you’re just going to have to learn to like sleeping in the hole in the wall!” =D

  3. This concept did not age well with COVID, a hotel that is completely indoors, recirculated air, no windows, and it is also incredibly expensive with no real value, other than fan service (no pool, no balcony, not allowed to leave). An actual cruise has sights and goes to a different region or country, and you can go on deck and enjoy tons of amenities, and when you get to a port, you can get off and explore. This also does not scream Star Wars to me, it seems more like Star Trek. Hardly ever are there Star Wars stories about being completely on a star cruiser. I really hope they add more experience for the price, or lower the price. Or add after hours access to Galaxy’s Edge.

    1. It has it’s own attraction that takes guests directly from the cruiser, down planet-side, to a unique entrance directly into Galaxy’s Edge, and back again. There’s also a “shuttle” that takes you from the landing yard to the ship, so the illusion of being sent to a ship in orbit isn’t broken at any time. When you register, you choose a faction, and a persona, which will play into the story Disney creates during your stay. These could be a Jedi padawan, Imperial Officer, TIE pilot, or Rebellion smuggler (all speculation, as of time of writing)- which is who you will be to the cast members while you’re onboard the Halcyon. I don’t know if this includes a costume or name-badge, but there’s definitely some way that the “crew” know what the guests are portraying. The Halcyon is completely contained to assure the immersion is never broken.

  4. 😱 How can you have a magical stay in this depressing, claustrophobic atmosphere? This is like an anti-Disney experience.

  5. Like – I get that if you’re really into Star Wars that you’d want to do this. But a themed hotel room with no windows and a super high price point doesn’t strike me as something I’d personally be interested in experiencing. But hey though – I won’t poo-poo on someone else’s plate :)

  6. For the price, if the rooms were more like suites and not ‘bunkers’ – maybe I’d be a bit more on board. But wow… for the price they’re asking, I would expect at least each room to be a 2 room suite setup, bare minimum. Living area w/ a hideaway / couch bed, maybe the bunkers too. Then bedroom has the king bed. Sigh.

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