Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is permanently closed, with its final voyage taking place September 28-30, 2023.

From its opening in 2022 to its all-too-soon closure in late 2023, Galactic Starcruiser gave its passengers the once-in-a-lifetime experience of living out their Star Wars dreams in an immersive two-day adventure.

Though the Halcyon is no longer accepting passengers, we’re leaving this article published as a tribute to all of the amazing Imagineers, Cast Members, travel professionals, and Guests who made time spent onboard Galactic Starcruiser a true adventure.

For other Star Wars vacation ideas, check out our list of the best destinations for Star Wars fans, or contact our preferred travel agency, The Vacationeer.

Dreaming of a stay on the Halcyon, also known as Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Hotel?  Hope you have plenty of credits!

Disney’s Star Wars hotel will cost $4,809 for two people or $5,999 for four people based on a 2-night, mid-week package.  And that’s just for starters.

Let’s explore what’s this immersive hotel is all about, and how much you can expect to pay to stay here.

Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Hotel

How much does Disney Star Wars Hotel cost

Have you ever dreamt of living “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away”? Well, you’re about to have your chance once Disney’s Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel opens next spring.

The Galactic Starcruiser hotel is a two-day, immersive experience that’s much more akin to a cruise than it is to a hotel stay.  Set alongside Disney World’s Hollywood Studios theme park, this voyage (hotel stay) will make you feel like you are living inside a scene from a Star Wars movie. It involves state-of-the-art technology and one-of-a-kind experiences.

Galactic Starcruiser is an attraction in and of itself and will take Star Wars fandom to the next level!

Sounds amazing….but will it be expensive? The short answer is yes, very expensive.

Disney’s Galactic Starcruiser Hotel – Rooms and Rates

Much like a cruise, rates vary depending on how many people stay in a room, who the guests are (adults and children), and which cabin (room) you choose.

There are 3 different types of rooms at Disney’s Star War hotel.  Here is a brief overview of the options:

  • Standard Cabin — sleeps 4-5 people with a queen bed, two berths (bunk bed style); some cabins include a pull-down bed to allow a fifth person
  • Galaxy Class Suite — sleeps 4 people with a queen bed and two pull-down beds
  • Grand Captain Suite — sleeps 8 people with two queen beds, two berths (bunk bed style), and two pull-down beds

All beds, including berths/bunks, are of sufficient size to accommodate an adult.

Pricing starts at the following:

  • Two guests per cabin:  Rates start at $1,209 per night, per guest. Therefore, 2-night stays for a party of 2 start at $4,809.
  • Three guests (2 adults, 1 child): Rates start at $889 per night, per guest. Therefore, 2-night stays for a party of 3 start at $5,299.
  • Four guests (3 adults, 1 child): Rates start at $749 per night, per guest. Therefore, 2-night stays for a party of 4 start at $5,999.

These prices are valid most weeknights through 9/14/23.  These prices will vary depending on the number of adults and children, and the exact cabin type chosen.

What Does Each Voyage Include?

  • A 2-night stay in a standard cabin or suite
  • Ongoing, interactive, and immersive entertainment
  • All meals onboard Galactic Starcruiser (2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners). Gratuities are included for the dinners.
  • 1 Quick Service meal w/ Alcohol option (guests over 21) at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo or select locations at other Hollywood Studios locations.
  • Admission to Disney’s Hollywood Studios (home of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge)
  • An exclusive Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser-themed MagicBand
  • Valet parking

So though the cost is high, you can see that you get a lot for the money. Here are more details on the three types of rooms guests can choose from:

Standard Cabin Rooms at Disney’s Star Wars Hotel

Grand Captain Suite
A Standard Cabin can sleep four to five passengers. It comes equipped with a queen bed, 2 bunk beds (berths), a pull-down (wall) bed, and a window with a view into outer space.

Galaxy Class Suite (One Bedroom)

Galaxy Class Suite

A Galaxy Class Suite is a one-bedroom that sleeps four passengers.  The bedroom includes a queen bed and 2 pull-down beds. There is a living room, bar area, double vanity bathroom, and two windows with views of outer space.

Grand Captain Suite (2 Bedroom)

Grand Captain Suite

The Grand Captain Suite is 2 bedrooms and sleeps up to eight passengers.  It is equipped with 2 queen beds, 2 bunk beds (berths), and 2 pull-down beds. There’s a living space, bar area, two bathrooms,  and three windows looking into outer space.

In addition to what has been mention above, all three types of cabins also include a TV, phone, hairdryer, mini-fridge, safe, and H20 Plus bath and shower products.

Are you ready for the most immersive Star Wars story ever created? Get ready for Disney’s Galactic Starcruiser Star Wars hotel!

Need help planning and booking your Disney World or Universal Orlando vacation? Look no further than The Vacationeer. This Disney travel agency will get you the best rates and make sure every aspect of your trip is as magical as possible, all at no additional cost to you.

For more information about Disney World, see our Book Disney Star Wars Hotel, Discounts for Disney’s Star Wars Starcruiser Hotel, What to Wear on Galactic Starcruiser, Disneybounding at Galaxy’s Edge, Best Destinations for Star Wars Fans, Best Hollywood Studios Rides, Best Hollywood Studios RestaurantsDisney World Resort ComparisonDisney World Map, How to Plan a Disney World Vacation, Most Expensive Hotel in Disney World, and Disney Crowd Calendar pages.

Enjoy your trip!