Disney reveals the price of staying in Galactic Starcruise Hotel Star Wars.
Disney revealed pricing on Wednesday for its new, highly anticipated Star Wars hotel — and the cost of diving into a far-away galaxy for a few days is not going to be cheap.
The Galactic Starcruiser is basically a spaceship with prices that match Disney (DIS) worldwide hotel.
The company says that it’s “the most immersive Star Wars ever created,” and you might need to shell it out for 2 nights at $6,000 ($A8,114).
Disney characterises the hotel, which opens in the spring of 2022, as “a revolutionary new experience of two nights where you and your group start a Star Wars experience of their own kind.”
Although the prices of cruise ships are dry on the sea, this price is similar to the Disney model: a fixed price for a long-term trip, including entertainment, food and beverages.
On Wednesday, the company revealed sample hotel cabin rates: For two-night stays it is 4809 dollars for two persons in one cabin, 5299 dollars for three persons and 5999 dollars for four persons (two adults and one child) (three adults, one child).
So what’s going on with you in space at $6000 ($A8114)?
This price covers “a continuous, immersive, interactive entertainment, where you can choose to experience,” your food (excluding alcohol) and admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, home to Star Wars’ land called Galaxy’s Edge, according to Disney. Disney.
Disney notes that “rates vary with the date of departure of your trip, cabin number and type of cabin.”
The hotel is Disney’s latest way to help Disney revive and develop its parks and resorts in the future.
This follows Galaxy’s Edge’s 2019 debut, which was the biggest expansion of the firm in its parks. The country employs innovative technology and an in-depth design that enables guests to experience themselves with more than a theme park than immersive theatre. The new hotel is looking to expand the experience of Star Wars.
With the Marvel’s Avengers Campus, which opened in Disneyland, California on June 4, Disney integrates another of its most beloved franchises into its parks.
A year after Disney had hit the unit especially harsh due to a pandemic, months of closures and widespread layoffs, the updating of its parks and resorts is essential.
Disney Parks Chairman, Josh D’Amaro, in April said CNN Business “will be fresh, technology-ridden and future in the Disney parks and resorts. For guests all around the world, it will be unbelievably relevant.
“These parks change every day,” he said.