It has now been announced that the upcoming Star Wars hotel called Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be opening in 2021.
This will allow guests a “two-night, a two-night, cruise-style itinerary where you’ll become the hero of your own adventure in an experience that surrounds you 24/7 in Star Wars storytelling.”
But as we can see, it’s definitely going to be until 2021. Here is the current status of the hotel via @bioreconstruct on Twitter.
Aerial view of where the themed shuttle is likely to dock with the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser for excursions to Batuu.
(Hotel bus to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. Bus likely to have windows into space.) pic.twitter.com/bvqCrALsrH
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) November 3, 2019
Here’s the information:
“Whether you show up via personal vehicle, Disney transportation or by landspeeder, curb-side check-in prepares you to leave Earth behind, jump to lightspeed and begin your Star Wars story. From the Starcruiser Terminal, you will enter an exclusive launch pod (above) for travel up to the Halcyon, your starcruiser in a galaxy far, far away. Through the pod’s viewports, it looks as though you are traveling through space to approach the massive ship that is much too large to land on any planet.
A “spaceport of call” to Black Spire Outpost is included in your itinerary, where special passenger transports take you to the planet Batuu (also known as the destination for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios).”
Of course, as we’ve mentioned before, you will travel between Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge aboard transport ships. The early designs seem to be outfitted buses.
We also know that the two night trips are going to be very expensive.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: Disney Parks Blog, @bioreconstruct
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