Disney World's 'Star Wars' Hotel Will Start Taking Reservations This Year


Being able to book your stay at Disney World’s brand new "Star Wars"-themed hotel is no longer a galaxy far, far away.

While the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser resort won’t open until 2021, the theme park has announced they will begin taking reservations later this year.

The luxury hotel at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida is set to offer an immersive two-day experience like no wannabe Jedi has seen before.

“Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is a completely new type of experience,” said Ann Morrow Johnson, executive producer for Walt Disney Imagineering. “You’re going to live onboard a star cruiser…and you can get wrapped up in the larger Star Wars story.”

Rooms will be decked out like futuristic cabins and can sleep up to five people, with some featuring bunk beds similar to ones Chewbacca has used in the movies. Windows will also look out to simulated views of deep space.

Another added perk of staying on the Starcruiser, guests will be able to train like Luke Skywalker and Rey by undergoing lightsaber training.

"Guests will be invited to participate in a variety of activities," added Johnson. "Both adults and kids alike will get to wield a lightsaber and face off against a training remote."

Artist renderings of the hotel’s Atrium make it appear as though you will be able to mingle with characters from the films including Storm Troopers, droids, wookiees and, fingers crossed, Baby Yoda!

While Disney has yet to release room rates or pricing information for the two-day experience, a little saving couldn’t hurt.

The Galactic Starcruiser is located adjacent to the 14-acre Star Wars: Galaxy Edge, which opened in August.

Start planning your vacation now!

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