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Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Hotel Pricing Released, And It's Expensive

The Disney park two-night hotel does have a high price point, but it offers a lot.


Disney wants to take parkgoers on a journey into the Star Wars Universe with its new Galactic Starcruiser resort at Disney World. The pricing was recently revealed for the park, and while it costs quite a bit for a two night experience, you're getting a lot for the price.

Opening in spring 2022, the immersive two-night experience takes guests on board a space ship in the Star Wars Universe where they'll live out their own Star Wars story. Pricing is based on the number of guests per cabin. For two guests, it will cost $4,809 for the total voyage--which is $1,209 per guest per night. It does get cheaper per person, per night the more people you have. Having four guests--three adults and one child--will cost $6,000 for the voyage, $749 per guest per night. The Disney World site has a breakdown of it all.

Aside from a bed to sleep in, the package also includes two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners, and one quick-service meal per guest. Meals are inspired by Star Wars and look pretty interesting. It also includes entry to Disney's Hollywood Studios, where you can visit Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

The above pricing is only for a standard cabin, though. There are also other suites that can fit more people, have an extra bathroom, or a larger living space: Galaxy Class Suite and Grand Captain Suite. Pricing for these suites has yet to be revealed, but information about the suites is available on Disney World's site.

Additionally, a new video for the park has been released, giving you a better idea what to expect, as the majority of the images for the park are artistic renderings. Disney parks are now open. Back in June, Disney lifted its mask rule for those who were vaccinated under the honor system. However, with COVID-19 cases in Florida surging, Disney has gone back on the rule, stating that guests must wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.

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