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PHOTOS: Disney Executives Tour Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Hotel Rooms

Walt Disney World President Jeff Vahle and Parks & Resorts Chairman Josh D’amaro recently toured the rooms of the upcoming Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel and have shared some photos of the walkthrough on Vahle’s Instagram account:

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@joshdamaro and I enjoyed a sneak peek into the great progress the @WaltDisneyImagineering teams are making on Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser here at WDW. Inside we visited The Atrium and looked out The Bridge windows to what will be a galaxy far, far way. We even checked out the cabins in progress, including their windows to space seen in these renderings.

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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. Below are photos of a model room so you can see how they compare to the look inside the actual, installed rooms above:

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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 would open last year for 2-night, 3-day luxury experience at Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser, which is still set to debut in 2021 at Walt Disney World Resort last we heard.

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KenG
KenG
4 months ago

Well… by these photos they don’t look very inviting and nothing like the vastness of the rooms in the renderings with the huge “window” looking out to space. These looked like you’re looking at a TV screen! And the rooms with those bunk beds look similar to the rooms on the old passenger trains fo the 1960’s as I recall. Not impressed so far, especially for what this package will cost, and really who wants to stay in a room with no real windows? Kind of like an inside stateroom on a ship. I was expecting larger windows looking out… Read more »

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Adeek
Adeek
4 months ago

I can’t believe people are going to pay such absurd amounts of money to stay in a closet.

May
May
4 months ago

For $3300 per night, this thing is a lot uglier than I expected. And smaller. People are really going to pay for this. Wow.

May
May
4 months ago

Just think, the the King Kamehameha Presidential Suite at the Polynesian resort, with two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and a living room, at 1,863 square feet, is cheaper than this standard room.

May
May
4 months ago

This thing looks creepy, small, cramped with no windows. For the same money, I’d rather stay at Caribbean beach. Looks much better.

May
May
4 months ago

By the way, this hotel has no water slides, right?

Heidi
Heidi
4 months ago

I’ll against the popular grain…can’t wait to experience this “cruise”. I’m a huge sci-fi nerd. Three days in an immersive story with fellow nerds is right up my alley. I want to see the tech at work (I have high hopes). Don’t care that the rooms are small, I’ll be exploring the “ship”. If this were Star Trek, I’d be equally interested. Heck, send me through the Stargate while you’re at it. Anything to get away from muggles. Price is high, but we normally save up to stay at Deluxe resorts on concierge levels so whatever. With all the “extras”… Read more »

Richard Morris
Richard Morris
3 months ago
Reply to  Heidi

This is the point isn’t it? It doesn’t need to appeal to the masses – it just needs to appeal to the minority that want to be fully immersed in the experience and are happy to pay to be part of the Star Wars universe for a few days. If you want a sprawling suite and infinity pools, this isn’t for you.

They don’t have to fill 1000 rooms per night. It’s a small hotel.