Disney's Star Wars hotel coming soon in a galaxy far, far away

Disneyland Florida announced the opening of a new Star Wars hotel at the D23 Expo in Los Angeles

Artistic rendering via Disney
Artistic rendering via Disney

Always wondered if the force is strong with you? Well now, Disneyland visitors will be able to stay in a Star Wars- themed hotel where each guest has their own personal story-line created specifically for them. 

Disneyland Florida announced the opening of a new Star Wars hotel at the D23 Expo in Los Angeles earlier this week and it will be a part of Disney World’s Star Wars: Galaxy Edge land. The property is slated to open in 2019.

According to details revealed by Tech Crunch, hotel employees will be in costume and in character, Bob Chapek, chairman of Walt Disney Parks & Resorts says each guest will get a story-line which will “touch every single minute of your day” and it's a space-themed hotel and the ‘windows’ will only show space.

According to the press conference, the Star Wars park at Disneyland in Anaheim and Disney World in Orlando will have two main attractions- one which will put guests in the middle of a battle between the resistance and the First Order, including one that will make riders feel like they’re on a Star Destroyer inside a hangar bay. The other will have guests pilot the Millennium Falcon, where guests’ choices will also have a direct impact on their experience. Travel Market Report says that riders could get extra credits, a reprimand or even have bounty hunters chasing them across the park, depending on their individual journey.

WDWNT reports that each guest will pay roughly US$1,000 for a two-night stay.


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