Disney's Upcoming Star Wars Hotel Has 1 Small Caveat: You Really Shouldn't Leave

Before you blast off to Walt Disney World to stay in its Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel when it opens in 2022, there’s a little something you should know first: you really shouldn’t leave after check-in.

Yup, the Disney Star Wars Hotel is an immersive three-day, two-night experience that involves operating a spaceship, going to battle, and much more. The hotel is anything but a vacation – in fact, you’re even given a space communicator that resembles a cell phone for “resistance meetings.” It’s encouraged that you stay until the 60-hour experience is complete to make the most of it (you’ll be in space, after all), but you can absolutely blast back to Earth if you’d like – they won’t hold you there! The good news is if you need to unwind, the hotel has a lounge called the “Silver C” where you can sip on strong adult beverages from around the world and play a few rounds of Sabaac.

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While reservations for the hotel have yet to open, prices are rumored to be around $1,400 per person for the whole stay. Until then, save up some money and get ready for a journey of a lifetime in a galaxy far far away.

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