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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
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.
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.
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.
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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