Walt Disney World’s highly immersive Star Wars-themed hotel, Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, is now defunct. However, it seems some of the attraction’s final guests were given a survey asking how the experience might have been improved, which makes us wonder if the hotel from a galaxy far, far away could return one day?

According to The Wrap, several of the last guests to experience the Galactic Starcruiser were sent a survey from Disney. This survey is said to have focused on ways the Starcruiser could be improved going forward. Naturally, it goes without saying that it would be odd to ask about improving an attraction that has already been closed, unless there were plans to try and reopen it in the future.

Len Testa, President of Touring Plans, told The Wrap that the chances of the Starcruiser reopening are “better than 50/50.”

“If they were going to lock the doors and walk away they wouldn’t be emailing every person who was on the Starcruiser to do a survey about how it might change,” Testa said.


Of course, the experience is now gone and we really don’t know what Disney is considering doing with the remaining structure.

For those not familiar with the defunct attraction, you can check out Disney’s description of it below!

“Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is a revolutionary new 2-night experience where you are the hero. You and your group will embark on a first-of-its-kind Star Wars adventure that’s your own. It’s the most immersive Star Wars story ever created—one where you live a bespoke experience and journey further into a Star Wars adventure than you ever dreamed possible.

“Arrive at the Walt Disney World Resort terminal, board a launch pod and rendezvous with the magnificent Halcyon starcruiser. Stay in a cabin or suite with an exquisite view of space. Throughout the ship, you’ll interact with an eclectic collection of characters, sit down to exotic galactic cuisine and perhaps even plot a secret mission together,” they continue. “As the itinerary continues, you’ll take the story further and deeper. Choose your path. Seek out the inner workings of the legendary starship, learn the traditional art of wielding a lightsaber and even jump on a transport to the planet Batuu—where your mission continues at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!”

What are your thoughts? Do you think Disney could possibly bring back the Galactic Starcruiser back? Let us know in the comments! 

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Sean Sposato
The Main Street Mouse