Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Will Include “Signature Services” White Glove Concierge to Help Get Whatever Guests Want at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is currently casting internally for “signature services” Cast Members for the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel.

The position is casting out of the Disney Reservation Center. These “white glove service” Cast Members would help ensure guests have everything they need for the perfect vacation (which will be important give the cost to stay at this luxury experience). The service can help with anything from tickets and dining reservations, to recreation and more, perhaps offering what typical guests may not have access to booking.

Earlier this month, Disney began casting actors, stunt performers, and musicians for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. The hotel will offer a two-day, two-night immersive experience in which guests participate in their own “story” within the Star Wars universe and visit Batuu at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Keep checking WDWNT for updates about Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser.

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Brian
Brian
1 month ago

Now if we can get basic concierge services at the resorts that already have a Club level.

Dizzylander
Dizzylander
1 month ago

I think Mr. Krabs tried to turn The Krusty Krab into a hotel that tried this, it did not end well.

Last edited 1 month ago by Dizzylander
Tom
Tom
1 month ago

I’ve booked suites over the last few years and even have a suite reservation coming up for the 4th of July. While they are pleasant enough on the phone when you call, signature Services draws upon the same inventory as the general public and they don’t even pretend to pull special rabbits out of special hats to accommodate requests. It’s a totally non-value added service.

Especially in this context, if you’re in the star cruiser for dung s bazillion dollars fo you want a reservation for Tony’a Town Square?

Ahnsael
Ahnsael
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

What does Tony’s Town Square have to do with Star Wars? This is a very specific experience, and Main Street, USA and Lady and the Tramp have nothing to do with Star Wars. This experience is all based on the Star Wars universe. Whether that’s a wise move for Disney remains to be seen, but do you want a Rebel or a member of the First Order to make you a reservation for an”off-planet” restaurant when you have the capability of making your own reservation? That just seems silly. Do your homework, and make your own reservation. R2-D2 isn’t going… Read more »

May
May
1 month ago

Why would people need services such as “tickets and dining reservations”? They don’t need tickets or dining, they are stuck in the hotel for 2 days where dining is already included, and they have nowhere to go to use any tickets. Everything is supposed to be provided for. Or maybe it isn’t? They will charge even more after the horrendous amount of money for the hotel? Maybe the food is included, but for more money you get even better food? Or the experiences are included, but there are also upcharge ticketed events within the hotel? Or maybe this is for… Read more »

Tom Corless
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  May

For your trip beyond the 2.5 days on the ship.

May
May
1 month ago

I am waiting to see how much it costs, and if it does cost as much as rumored ($3000+ per night), I want to see how many people will stay there. I think the hotel needs to be $1000 a night for a family of 4, food included, and then the hotel will be filled. $3000 a night is way too much. In any case, I think Disney will lower the price if there isn’t enough demand. Personally, I can afford to do it, just once, if I am interested enough, but I feel nothing for this hotel. The concept… Read more »

Elly
Elly
1 month ago
Reply to  May

It’s a set number of days so I doubt they’d charge per night, probably more like cruise charging. If it’s around $3,000 total for a family of 4 for the 2 nights and includes meals, activities, and entrance to Hollywood Studios, it might not be considered that unreasonable for many. Considering how much people already pay to stay at deluxe resorts and for the other costly add-ons I think it’ll be popular no matter the cost.