PHOTOS - First look inside the cabins at Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser hotel

Nov 16, 2020 in "Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser"

Star Wars - Galactic Starcruiser - November 16 2020 Concept art

New renderings released by Disney today offer a first look at the actual guest cabins at the upcoming Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel.

Guest rooms show bunk beds, along with a queen. A display at the front of the room provides the view out into space.

An opening date for the 2-day, 2-night Star Wars experience at Walt Disney World is still not available, although construction resumed fairly quickly following the COVID-19 reopening and work continues.

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Article Posted: Nov 16, 2020 / 12:44pm ET
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wishing well17 hours ago

yea but wouldnt our luggage go flying around in the elevator to our floor?

Thelazer17 hours ago

Can I have some of what your smoking.

MurphyJoe23 hours ago

And think of all the money they could save with housekeeping!

nickys1 day ago

Maybe for one of the other IPs. But I don’t see JKR changing her mind.

CinematicFusion1 day ago

Universal will copy Disney and do just that if this Star Wars hotel makes a killing

CinematicFusion1 day ago

This hotel is gonna be a huge hit and it will be for the foreseeable future

CinematicFusion1 day ago

So we are looking at another delay into 2022

tallica2 days ago

No, it will have Mando's Marvelous Makeovers!

Bocabear4 days ago

They could totally do a Hollywood Tower Hotel wing... Which a lot of people would pay for... And no need for a multi day cosplay commitment... Themed accommodations with special effects, backstage entrance into DHS... add a lounge ( Tip Top Club) overlooking Fantasmic... a no-brainer success.

larryz4 days ago

See Passengers for those...

larryz4 days ago

I figure it'll be more like this... especially after the doors open in Batpuu.

nickys4 days ago

They already thought of it. JKR killed the idea, saying the experience would never be able to live up to expectations.

Incomudro4 days ago

I know that you never said little kids would be excluded. The experience does focus on all ages technically.

Movielover4 days ago

It would be really interesting to see how they could position the resort/show building near their respected attractions. Be amazing if they could somehow connect a Haunted Mansion one to the actual front door of the façade. I also think Universal would make a killing if they did a Harry Potter version over in Islands of Adventure. Imagine that experience. You arrive and first go through Diagon Alley before boarding the train to Hogsmede, then journey to the castle and sorted in your house. then the story experience could begin. They would be stupid not to consider it.