Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will offer a two-night immersive experience for guests. The hotel itself will be built to be ‘ship’ Halcyon, a “starcruiser known throughout the galaxy for its impeccable service and exotic destinations”.
Disney has previously shared sneak peeks with artists’ rendering of the interiors to give fans a taste of what will be on offer – and now the company has unveiled an artist’s impression of what the rooms will offer.
We reckon they’re going to be a hit with Star Wars fans, thanks to all of the detail, all to continue that immersive experience the hotel is promising to offer.
The rooms are decked out to look like the interior of a ship cabin, with an orange and white colour scheme that seems to pay tribute to the iconic outfits worn by fighter pilots in the Star Wars films.
The rooms boast an large double bed for parents, while little adventurers will no doubt love the themed bunk beds that are built into the wall, with artwork of panels which could be so kids can pretend they are controlling the ship.
Each cabin will also feature a ‘window into space’ from which guests can look out for the likes of other ships and “galactic sights”.
Josh D’Amaro Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, unveiled the new imagery while giving a talk at the IAAPA Expo: Virtual Education Conference.
The new hotel at the Orlando resort is currently set to open in 2021.
Budding Jedis will be able to book in for two-night stays for the fully immersive experience, where they will get to sleep in themed cabins, eat themed food, and even interact with the characters and crew members who wander around the ship.
The experience starts from the moment they check-in, where they will be invited to enter a Launch Pod to head into space – jumping to hyperspace of course.
Guests will also get to enjoy unique experiences such as lightsaber training or operating systems on the ship’s Bridge.
Then of course there’s plenty of an excursion to the Black Spire Outpost on Planet Batuu, at the theme park’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. (You can check out our sneak peek at the land to get a taste of what’s on offer for guests who visit).
Bookings haven’t yet opened but you can find out more about the hotel and get updates on disneyworld.co.uk.