Disney Cruise Line’s initial reveal of the Disney Wish showcased a Star Wars-themed lounge that offered views into space. In honor of May the 4th, a Star Wars holiday, Disney has released some new information on this galactic space.
The lounge on the Disney Wish will be officially called the Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge. It appears the Hyperspace Lounge will act in a hybrid role where families may enjoy it during the day before it transforms into an adults-only space at night.
Theming on the Hyperspace Lounge will be similar to Dryden Vos’ ship seen in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Virtual windows will look out to locations on Batuu, Tatooine, Mustafar and Coruscant. Familiar ships will even make an appearance.
Disney describes the experience as follows:
While you sip your galactic concoctions, this space-faring voyage will transport you to iconic locations from the eras of the Republic, Empire and First Order, employing hyperspace jumps to travel from planet to planet while sensational scenes unfold just beyond the ship’s panoramic viewport at each stop.
Guests familiar with Disney Cruise Line will recognize the Hyperspace Lounge as a twist on the Skyline Lounge seen on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. There, guests are whisked around the world and look out on iconic destinations while enjoying drinks from all over the world. The Hyperspace Lounge takes that concept and adds Star Wars flair.
Disney hasn’t released menu information at this time, but we’d imagine it will be similar to the offerings found at Oga’s Cantina in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. It’d make sense to see the Hyperspace Lounge serving family-friendly drinks during the day before becoming adults-only at night.
We look forward to learning more about the Disney Wish in the near future.