Are YOU excited about Disney World’s Star Wars Hotel?
Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is the upcoming Star Wars Hotel experience coming to Disney World and we can’t WAIT to experience it. It will be pricy, but there’s sure to be a LOT to see. If you know us though, you know we’re concerned with the FOOD. So, let’s check out everything there is to know about dining at the Star Wars Hotel!
Before we dive into the specifics, let’s mention how the dining works aboard. Galactic Starcruiser is more like a cruise ship than a traditional hotel. All of your food and drinks (excluding alcohol) will be included and there are set dinner times in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room.
Crown of Corellia Dining Room
The Crown of Corellia Dining Room is the main dining space aboard the Galactic Starcruiser. It’s a breakfast and lunch spot by day and a supper club by night complete with entertainment.
Breakfast and Lunch
Breakfast and Lunch will be served in this space featuring a menu of some fare from around the galaxy (and some more familiar offerings from Earth).
Breakfast will feature options of hot and cold small plates and a variety of beverages including juices, freshly-brewed coffee, and Bubo Wamba Family Farms Blue Milk.
Lunch will present options of small bites like sandwiches, soups, mini flatbreads, assorted salads, and sweets.
Dinner is the main event in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room. On night one of the two-night stay, the restaurant will transform into “an enticing table-service supper club with a special musical appearance by a galactic superstar.” This night will feature special dining, entertainment, and time to socialize with passengers and the crew.
Night two will feature The Taste Around the Galaxy that will bring you courses inspired by the geography and environments of iconic destination planets throughout the galaxy. Each course will be served as you hear a brief introduction presenting the name, inspiration, and ingredients for the dishes. The meal includes group appetizers for the table, a choice of entrée, and a specialty plated dessert.
As mentioned, each night features two dinner seatings and you can indicate your preference for your seating based on when you book your vacation package.
The final option in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room is the Captain’s Table. This experience requires an additional fee and features extra courses of the captain’s favorites and the prime seating of the center of the room.
The other dining location aboard is the Sublight Lounge. This space is inspired by the ship’s historic voyages through the galaxy. It’s a classic lounge space where you can grab a drink, interact with the ship’s characters, and even play a game of holo-sabacc.
The other dining you will experience during your stay takes place during your excursion to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Your stay also includes a quick-service meal at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo or any other quick-service dining location in the park. This complimentary quick-service meal includes one entrée and one beverage (this beverage can even be alcoholic!). For the kiddos ages 3-9, the complimentary quick-service meal includes one combo meal from the kids’ menu.
And that’s all of the information we have about dining on Galactic Starcruiser right now! We’re bringing you allllll the info about this upcoming hotel, so keep an eye on DFB for updates!
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