Wanna sleep inside a Star Wars spaceship at a Disney World Resort?

Disney Imagineers are seriously considering a spectacular new Star Wars Spaceship resort hotel to add to their stable of must-visit attractions on Earth. Disney and Swagbucks have partnered to begin surveying guests about a potential live-action role-playing Star Wars experience at Walt Disney World that goes lightyears beyond a simple Mickey breakfast or early park admission.

The ambitious concept would bring guests inside a massive starship simulation for a night and involve them in a two-day story sprinkled with Star Wars-y goodness. Questionaires and concept art are currently being distributed to Disney World visitors so you know the wheels are already churning for this $1,000-per-night dream sleepover.

Here are some of the major areas of interest described in the survey:

The opportunity to experience a 2-day story set in the the Star Wars universe

Be surrounded in a continuous, story-driven entertainment experience as it unfolds over the course of the 2-night stay

Have personal interactions with Star Wars characters, live performers throughout the starship (experience the story or simply observe the action according to personal preference)

Engage in the story with programs such as flight training, ship exploration, lightsaber training, and personalized secret missions (both on the starship and throughout the Star Wars themed planet)

Accommodations for the Star Wars Spaceship package would include:

All meals during your stay: buffet breakfasts, lunches, & signature evening dining

Featured entertainment & dinner shows

Exclusive park admission to the Star Wars themed land at the Walt Disney World Resort (a new land opening at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in 2019)

Star Wars starship amenities including pool area & water garden, Fitness area, on-board cantina, and robotic droid Butlers

 

With Star Wars Land opening in 2019, this seems like a cool concept that would net Disney millions and add to their guests' enjoyment of the expanded regions and attractions as a perfect complement to the magic.

Would you be willing to shell out that kinda cash to spend a night in a spaceship? Me?  I'm strictly a Red Lion Inn kinda guy so when they install an X-wing fighter in their lobby, let me know.

(Via Nerd Approved)

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