Disney released more conceptual images Thursday for the Star Wars-themed hotel and land coming to Walt Disney World.
- Disney releases more concept art of upcoming Star Wars hotel
- Hotel will be attached to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, set to open in 2019
- Disney hopes guests will stay for several days in 'immersive' area
- RELATED: Disney: ‘Star Wars’ hotel to be immersive, multi-day experience
The hotel will be connected to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, the new Star Wars land being built at Disney's Hollywood Studios slated to open next year. Disney is calling the hotel a "Star Wars-inspired resort" that will "immerse" guests in the blockbuster movie franchise's universe.
Guests staying at the resort — who are encouraged to cosplay in Star Wars garb — will be able to view "space" from hotel windows, where Star Wars fans can spot familiar ships and planets.
The new concept art includes what appears to be a peek inside one of the hotel's guest rooms. A child is sitting in a capsule-like bunk bed, while other members of the family look out the room's "window" to see their "ship" is in orbit over a planet. Another image shows four guests gazing up at a space ship through a cupola in the ceiling.
Plans for the Star Wars hotel were first announced during last summer's D23 Expo in Anaheim.
A conceptual image released Thursday by Disney depicts guests looking through a "window" at upcoming Star Wars-themed hotel, which will be attached to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, a new land being built at Disney's Hollywood Studios. (Disney)
Disney on Thursday also posted a picture of an X-wing starfighter that will be in Galaxy's Edge. The picture shows the side of the iconic Rebel ship.
X-wing starfighter. (Disney)
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