New Permit Reveals More Info On Star Wars Hotel, Only 68 Rooms To Be Available?

The website California Coaster Kings (thanks to Jedi News readers Glenn M. and Drew D. for the heads-up) has posted details taken from a new permit that was recently filed in Florida for the construction of the new Star Wars hotel that will be going up in Hollywood Studios alongside 2019’s Galaxy’s Edge theme park attraction. The permit contains color-coded schematics of the hotel’s planned design both inside and out.

Two main points that stick out from the content provided in the schematics pertain to the number of guests rooms the hotel will feature, which is probably a lot smaller than you would expect for a project of this magnitude and expected popularity.

Heading towards the back of the hotel now, we get a peek at the guest rooms, appropriately called cabins. It looks like they’ll have two sizes, a regular sized cabin and the larger 1st Class cabin. The first floor has 32 regular cabins and two 1st Class cabins, so if the second floor has an identical layout, this hotel could have as few as 68 rooms!

An area referred to as the “Transport Hall” indicates transportation between the hotel and Galaxy’s Edge will be provided via the use of shuttle buses. Guests will have a specially-designed walkway that will take them from the hotel to the awaiting shuttle buses from drop-off at the park.