The Final Voyage” of the Galactic Starcruiser

The end of the Star Wars: Galactic Cruiser hotel doesn’t surprise me in the least.

The Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser was marked by a few things — an almost unparalleled level of immersion that was something akin to what would happen if an interactive theater troupe overtook a cruise ship and made everybody on board join in the play; several cutting-edge advancements, including the introduction of a real” lightsaber and a jaw-dropping Yoda hologram; an excursion day” which saw guests do special activities in the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios; and an eye-watering price point — going on the ship” costs around $1,200 per person, per day. (And keep in mind you had to do the entire three-day, two-night experience.)

I’d do a Star Wars hotel if it was just that, a hotel. I think all the interactive crap (that skyrocketed the price) they forced guests into doing for an experience” didn’t help, and it’s the main reason why I never had the desire to go. There’s no way I could have convinced my wife to go along with any of this even if it appealed to me. And it never did.

Even if I had the money for it, I wouldn’t have spent it for a windowless hotel room that’s supposed to be in a spaceship that’s also a LARP.

I am looking forward to the inevitable Defunctland about it…

May 18, 2023

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