Construction for the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser experience (aka the Star Wars hotel) is underway in Orlando, Florida. The Disney Food Blog released an article about the construction a short while ago and they feature photos taken on location by Jeff Vahle, the President of Walt Disney World Resort. Check out this one photo of the bunk beds posted on Vahle’s Instagram. Click through for one more photo of the room!
And here is a photo of the “window”, which will of course be an electronic window, showing you outer space.
In my opinion this room seems to be rather tiny and the bunk beds are almost like something you can find in a Japanese capsule hotel. There will also be a few larger suites, but of course at a huge premium. But I suppose guests are not supposed to stay all that much time in their (tiny) rooms anyway. The hotel itself offers quite a few things and of course you are living in the theme park. Think of it like an experience on a cruise ship where the cabin is more or less only used for sleeping. The immersive experience is meant to give you the illusion that you travel via shuttle to Batuu, where you will probably spend most of your time.
Are you interested in the Star Wars hotel in Disney World and would you like to spend your hard earned money on an immersive Star Wars experience (focused on the sequels) that allows you to live in the Star Wars galaxy 24 hours a day?
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