And to show how it's not that low in practice, a family of 4 would be $3,600 for this 2 night experience. Not exactly chump change. So yeah, a night at the Poly might be $700, but that's not per person.
Nope. My gut says they'd want to be in this range to attract the first wave of guests. I would also guess there will be upcharges that you can buy in to. Whatever the price is, it will be for the whole experience, not per night.
Looks like they did a nice job with it. It would have been more fun to place it inside the pavilion as to entice people in to explore, but the execution of this does look good. Hopefully it won't cause too much congestion or bloat (in more ways than one)
I was being more blunt and to the point in my opinion more in general, not necessarily at you or your thoughts. Fear not though since a key component of the experience will be the private shuttle to Galaxy's Edge so there should be plenty of "outside time"
My opinion has less to do with Johnson and his excellent directing abilities (no sarcasm, he's a great director) and more to do with Lucasfilm's change in strategy. The success of Mando emboldened them to lean into tv series as the main source of SW content over the next few years, with a couple...
No. The rooms look very similar in size to a cruise ship room, and people love going on cruises. You are not in your room all the time so the issue is a non-starter. Disney is going to explain exactly what this experience is before you book. Anyone who isn't properly informed is doing so on...
Just because multiple companies are simultaneously developing similar tech does not necessarily mean they are using the same methods. Each could be making their own significant breakthroughs in achieving similar goals.