Galaxy’s Edge is now open in Anaheim, packing out the 14.1 acre park expansion with GFFA hungry guests, so naturally our attention turns to the Star Wars hotel which will sit adjacent to the park at the Orlando location. Twitter user @bioreconstruct gave us a look at the progress of the build, showing that an opening for the hotel – which is expected to be wildly expensive to stay in – looks to be quite a while away.
Aerial view of the Star Wars Hotel. A concrete forms are being placed flat in the cabin area. Look close and you can see a few concrete walls through all cabin floors. pic.twitter.com/iI02oxMuJE
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) 20 June 2019
Inside The Magic took a closer look.
The new images shared on Twitter by user @Bioreconstruct, show only the skull and bones of the Star Wars-themed resort. The new intergalactic hotel was only announced at D23 Expo 2017. Although, for a while it’s felt as if this hotel was lightyears away and from these new images, it seems it might still be a little bit before we see the hotel open for operation.
The plan is for this 64 roomed hotel to attach seamlessly to Galaxy’s Edge, and this is how Disney announced it.
The Star Wars-themed hotel at Walt Disney World Resort will be seamlessly connected to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The luxury resort, announced at D23 Expo 2017, will completely immerse guests into an authentic Star Wars story at Walt Disney Resort—and that immersion will start the moment guests arrive! The journey through space will begin as you board a star ship and depart with your fellow guests on a multi-day Star Wars adventure that will be connected to the new land being built at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Inside The Magic also posted this video, compiling some of the artwork detailing what we could see in the hotel.