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Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser's immersive weekend will cost you at least $4,809

The two-night Disney World hotel attraction sounds like an amazing Star Wars experience to be sure, but a pricey one.

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Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Twi'lek

This Twi'lek spent a lot of money to board the Galactic Starcruiser, but looks extremely pleased with himself.

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Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser is an upcoming fully immersive two-night Disney World hotel experience that looks absolutely incredible. The Florida attraction also has an absolutely incredible price:  $4,809 for two guests, working out at just over $1,200 per guest per night.

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The themed hotel, which lets you spend a few nights aboard a spaceship in a galaxy far, far away, opens in spring 2022. The cost per person goes down a little as your party grows. The cost for three (two adults and one child) will start at $5,299, or about $885 per guest per night. And four (three adults and one child) will start at $6,000, or about $750 per guest per night. 

Those rates are for standard cabins, which can fit up to five people. Pricing for the fancier Galaxy Class Suite (which can accommodate four people) and Grand Captain Suite (which can fit up to eight) hasn't been revealed, but you can bet they'll be stunningly expensive. 

For your Star Wars-inspired meals, the package includes two breakfasts, two lunches, two dinners and one quick-service meal (an entree and drink) per guest. Outside of this, nonalcoholic and alcoholic beverages will cost extra.

In a new site for Galactic Starcruiser that went live Wednesday, Disney describes the attraction as "part live immersive theater, part themed environment, part culinary extravaganza, part real-life role-playing game." You can interact with characters on the cruiser and choose if you want to stick to the First Order's rules or help out the Resistance in a secret plot. You can also decide if you want to engage with the narrative or just chill out at times. 

The experience includes lightsaber training and a trip to the planet Batuu, better known as the Galaxy's Edge theme park, where you can engage in unique missions and get guaranteed spots on rides like Smugglers Run and Rise of the Resistance. Galaxy's Edge is currently open in Disneyland in Anaheim, California, and in Disney World's Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida. 

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