“Forgotten Hollywood”- A Star Wars Villa Concept…

Posted on April 19, 2017 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

“`When Star Wars Land opens at Disney World in 2019, it promises to be a total immersive experience.  Disney has expressed additional interest in building a hotel resort inside Disney World,  likely located in Star Wars Land, which would be designed to look like you’re staying on a Starship.

“`Concept art includes a lobby, guest rooms, and other areas of a resort that definitely has the feel of familiar ships seen in Star Wars’ films. The two-night, all-inclusive package would cost $900 to $1,000 per person, including a two-day story set in the Star Wars universe; personal interaction with characters; live performers throughout the Starship; and, an ability to engage in the tale by going through extensive flight training, ship exploration, lightsaber training, and secret assignments (on the Starship and throughout Star Wars Land).

“`Your stay would also include buffet breakfasts, lunches, and evening dining, exclusive park admission to Star Wars Land, and Starship amenities, such as a pool area and water garden, fitness area, onboard Cantina, and — wait for it — robotic droid butlers.

“`This looks like it’s in the idea phase, but, it’s just another example of how ambitious Disney World is being in its execution of Star Wars Land.


“`My Forgotten Hollywood cable podcast that visually streams each episode on TherapyCable is available in audio form. PlayerFM is the site that carries the audio podcast version. Here is the link to the site:



“`Click on the link and enjoy:

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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