Per Guest, Per Night Pricing Revealed for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Hotel, As Well As Different Cabin Amenities

With the first commercial for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, Disney has also released pricing for a voyage in the immersive hotel.

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Each voyage includes:

  • 2-night stay in a cabin or suite
  • Ongoing, immersive and interactive entertainment, where choices determine your experience
  • Food and beverages on the starcruiser (excluding alcoholic and specialty beverages) and a quick-service meal at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo or other select locations at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
  • Admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios for your planetary excursion to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
  • Valet parking
  • Exclusive Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser databand (known on your home planet as a MagicBand)

For two guests per cabin, the voyage starts at $1,209 per guest per night for a total of $4,809. For three guests (2 adults, 1 child), it starts at $889 per guest per night, for a total of $5,299. And for four guests (3 adults, 1 child), it starts at $749 per guest per night, for a total of $5,999.

Of course, this varies depending on the number of adults and children, and the exact cabin. There are three types of rooms guests can choose from.

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A standard cabin sleeps four to five passengers, with a queen bed, 2 berths (bunk beds), and a wall pull-down bed. It has one window with a view into space.

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The one-bedroom galaxy class suite sleeps four passengers, with a queen bed and 2 wall pull-down beds. It includes a living room space and a double vanity bathroom, bar area, and two windows with views of space.

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Finally, the two-bedroom grand captain suite sleeps up to eight passengers, with 2 queen beds, 2 berths (bunk beds), and 2 wall pull-down beds. It also includes a living space, plus two bathrooms, a bar area, and three windows.

All three cabin types include a mini-fridge, hairdryer, safe, phone, TV, and H20 Plus spa, bath, and shower products.

Which cabin would you like to stay in? Let us know in the comments.

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May
May
1 month ago

Add another $1000 for taxes and tips, per 2 night experience.

mis
mis
1 month ago

did anyone else have trouble following the math of cost per night?

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  mis

Nope

May
May
1 month ago

Judging by the outside photos, I counted about 60 rooms total. Disney World has over 30,000 rooms. So, 60 rooms out of 30,000 is 0.2%. That means, regardless of the price, the vast majority of Star Wars fans who go to WDW will never make it staying at this hotel.

Tom Corless
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  May

There’s over 100

M W
M W
1 month ago

I honestly thought the cost was going to be a lot worse.

May
May
1 month ago

I don’t believe this hotel will be successful, for the following reasons: 1. It’s way too expensive. It charges the prices of presidential suites of the deluxe hotels for a room the size of a All Stars room. Most rich people don’t like getting packed in. 2. It originally depended on the success of Galaxy’s Edge, which failed to fulfill its expectations since its first opening. 3. Some die hard fans will cash in their retirement savings to stay here just once, especially at the beginning, but such fans (and their savings) will be depleted real soon. 4. If a… Read more »

Rick TR
Rick TR
1 month ago
Reply to  May

Don’t forget the expensive costumes they expect you to buy for the different occasions that will never be worn again. And the biggest problem, who wants to live on a starship with characters from the last trilogy?

Adam
Adam
1 month ago

So, an experience for the very wealthy…who probably aren’t into Star Wars enough to want the experience. Fantastic.

Mike
Mike
1 month ago

You’ve got to be kidding. Not surprised. Way out of reach for most families. The math doesn’t add up either. How does 4 x $749 come to $6k??

Shaqfor3
Shaqfor3
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike

$4 x 749 per night = 2,996 per night x 2 nights = 5,992

Last edited 1 month ago by Shaqfor3
Glen
Glen
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike

$749 per person, per night for a 2 night experience ($749 x4 = $3k x 2 nights = $6k)

Andrew
Andrew
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike

$749 per guest per night. 2-night stay = $6k

Most of the population
Most of the population
1 month ago

I’m not a multimillionaire, so I guess I won’t get to stay here.

Dismom
Dismom
1 month ago

Galaxy Class Suite for us! Can’t wait to book it!

Doug
Doug
1 month ago

To quote Frank Barone, “HOLY CRAP!”

There will still be folks line up to pay this cause it is something new. But I wonder about long term stability of this at that price.

Kendall
Kendall
1 month ago

I’m planning to stay in the first cabin I can book! To me this seems like an amazing Star Wars related experience.

countmeout
countmeout
1 month ago

oh good, I see it’s a value resort…

rush
rush
1 month ago

I don’t fit profile. Not for me.

Diana
Diana
1 month ago

Wow! Way out of our price range for a Star Wars loving family of five – disappointed we can’t take advantage!

Mia
Mia
1 month ago

Seriously? How is this even remotely affordable? They’re literally catering to the super rich only. $5000 for 2 people for TWO NIGHTS? And that’s only during off season! I hate to see what they’re asking during peak season.

Nick
Nick
1 month ago

Hahahaha. Pass

Deborah
1 month ago

The Grand Captain Suite! If I’m gonna do this, I’m going all in!

Dland Fan
Dland Fan
1 month ago

Ok, that was not as expensive as I anticipated. It’s like the Disney Cruise prices.

Yeah No
Yeah No
1 month ago
Reply to  Dland Fan

Not sure if you were joking, but the only cruise Disney runs that gets anywhere close to this starting price is a 10 day Hawaiian cruise. So no, it’s not really like that when you consider what’s included.

401k
401k
1 month ago

As a huge fan of Disney and a Star Wars I just find this an absolute and complete joke for pricing. Oh I know many will book this and it will be waiting lists, but at some point the voice of reason needs to step in and say nope this is a joke. All I can think of is that old fashioned saying “a fool and his money is soon parted”.

Gidget
Gidget
1 month ago

Phone with VM is an amenity in 2021? What a joke.