There is indeed.
Disneyland Paris is getting a Marvel themed one, though rather than being a new build, they are retheming 'Disney's Hotel New York' instead.
CAST MEMBER: Welcome to the Avatar Resort, here is your room!Really wouldn't know what other IP they could use for another's experience in Orlando.
They said every window in the "hotel" would look out at space. The obvious way to accomplish that would be 4k screens for every window. But, it would be really cool if the whole hotel building was inside a giant shell that afforded an actual view into a space backdrop. Sort of like looking at the dome of SSE. It would have to be really huge to accomplish that though.
Another thought I had was that it might be possible to have "boutique" attractions within the resort. I'm thinking VR or even small pods for flight simulators or manning the laser turrets against an attack. That would be really cool.
I think the idea is that you spend much of your days in the parks and have special privileges in SW:GE for being a resort guest but that when you are in the resort you will be immersed in Star Wars with lots of exclusive activities/missions/adventures/whatevers. I don't think they are planning for people to be in there 24 hours a day.though.So most people think it's going to be an immersive environment that basically encourages you to stay all (however many) days on that specific site?
I'm just trying to think of being indoors for 3 nights. We did not leave the hotel once during our 3 night GWL stay.. but at least you have a balcony in your room..and in the pool area you feel like you aren't completely inside...even though you are.
Does that make sense?
Being totally inside without seeing the outside for more than 3 days may freak me out.
Wait, you'd probably still go to DHS though, right?
So most people think it's going to be an immersive environment that basically encourages you to stay all (however many) days on that specific site?
I must admit this is not an appealing vacation concept for me, but I do understand why others would be excited.not sure how they intend it, but i think leaving and going to the parks kinda ruins the immersion
would be cool to go on a "space mission" where you feel like your actually leaving earth for a few days
though really would take some serious creativity and money to make something like that really work and be fun
would be bad to feel "trapped"
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