No real windows in the rooms means there can be no premium "Theme Park" views. But also means there can be no parking lot "garden view" rooms.1. I am sure will be built just outside park, right next to SWL, with direct access straight in/out of SWL to keep you in theme ie following quote re-affirms that "It is 100% immersive, and the story will touch every single minute of your day, and it will culminate in a unique journey for every person who visits.” Easy way to monetise early access. Amazing way to live the theme.
2. Quote "Every window has views of space" = no outdoor windows, so can be high density / back to back, plus can be right next to the park.
Yeah I was in a very literal mood last night. Sorry!
It doesn't interest me but I'll watch a video of someone going. This seems like an extreme extroverted hotel and not comfortable.Zero interest in this "Experience". I'm sure the people will eat it up. Tons of people love this kind of stuff. It's just a bit too "playing pretend" for me. Going deep cosplay isn't really what I'm looking for in my "themed entertainment".
This makes it all a little more stomachable, but $2500 is still a lot for a family of four for two days.It is supposed to be based on the "Cruise Line Model". So, all inclusive except for alcohol.
They could have rooms with views of the parks and the other side could have the CGI views. They could run into the same issue as the cruise liners when they put a live sea view into the inside rooms. The sea view would have Disney characters occasionally do something and the rooms became more popular that the outward facing rooms.No real windows in the rooms means there can be no premium "Theme Park" views. But also means there can be no parking lot "garden view" rooms.
Any mention of a pool area? I wonder how they will incorporate a pool into the immersive theme? Or could this be the first Disney hotel without an outdoor pool?