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Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

OrlandoGuy

Contributing Member
Sep 29, 2014
906
Chicago
I feel like between all of the bloggers I've seen almost everything. Every cool moment has been spoiled and circulated. There are no impressive moments that I haven't seen. And, I bet after the first few cruises, most people will feel that way. This is just an expensive social media backdrop at this point. A place to go to make videos for social media and flaunt privilege.
Would you not take a vacation somewhere because you’ve seen pictures of it? Or only watch a movie once? Stop doing HHN houses after you’ve seen every scare?

It’s one thing to say what you’ve seen isnt interesting to you, but don’t conflate that with “a place to go to make videos for social media and flaunt privilege.”
 
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JoeCamel

Premium Member
May 20, 2015
6,522
Upper Lower
I wonder if Guest Relations in the Starship are in character…

Like, if you complain about your Disney vacation and the cost of your flight from Boise, does Guest Relations look at you and say, “The beast at Tanagra?”or some BS like that?
Out the airlock.....
 

Alicia

Premium Member
Jul 17, 2014
11,484
Orlando
I wonder if Guest Relations in the Starship are in character…

Like, if you complain about your Disney vacation and the cost of your flight from Boise, does Guest Relations look at you and say, “The beast at Tanagra?”or some BS like that?
The front desk on the ground level is outside of the storyline. So if you need the concierge or help with your reservation, they are regular cast members. They wear regular nametags and the signs all say STAR WARS down there. Only after you take the shuttle up is everyone in character.
 

Joe

aka TestTrack321
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Feb 15, 2012
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Pittsburgh, PA
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Nick

Staff member
Moderator
Sep 22, 2011
27,384
Orlando
Saw this on twitter. Thought it was a weird way to frame a hotel that has been sold out since it opened. i've been checking up on it every now and again since it opened in March and it's almost always sold out at least two months in advance. For example, right now, the earliest stay I can book is August 16th. Everything before that is sold out.

Now if they are surveying to make the experience better then that's different, but it's certainly not because no one wants to stay there. At least currently.

 

HandsomePete

Contributing Member
Jul 8, 2019
982
Saw this on twitter. Thought it was a weird way to frame a hotel that has been sold out since it opened. i've been checking up on it every now and again since it opened in March and it's almost always sold out at least two months in advance. For example, right now, the earliest stay I can book is August 16th. Everything before that is sold out.

Now if they are surveying to make the experience better then that's different, but it's certainly not because no one wants to stay there. At least currently.

Well sign number 1 that the author has no clue what they’re writing about is literally the first sentence - actually the first words - that say it was August of last year that word got out Disney was building an immersive hotel.

I don’t know specifically how it’s doing, but 1) it’s not bad and 2) the rest of property is doing so well that it really doesn’t matter.
 
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