All reservations for the final voyage of Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser between September 28 and 30 are now completely gone on the official Walt Disney World website.
Two days ago, Disney made the surprise announcement that they’d be closing their themed hotel aimed at immersive storytelling permanently after only one year and a few months of operation. Starcruiser has been burdened since before its opening, shrouded in financial troubles, budget cuts, high prices, low occupancy, and inconsistent levels of satisfaction when individuals compare what was delivered with what was initially promised in conceptual stages. Above all, the struggling resort was prohibitively expensive for the vast majority of potentially interested guests, with costs frequently exceeding multiple thousands of dollars for a brief, two-night stay.
Bookings are currently on hold through May 26th while passengers who had booked past the closing date are rebooked. The final voyage filled up from those guests who are rescheduling.
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser does have the distinction of winning the 2022 TEA Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement in Brand Experience.