Update — April 22, 2019: Rooms are now available in some of the Disneyland Resort hotels for the night ahead of the opening of Galaxy’s Edge. Hotel availability often change as guests and travel agents book and cancel reservations.
Those looking to stay on Disney property before they head to the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge better try a different hotel location — or another weekend entirely.
All Disney properties at the Disneyland resort are completely booked the night of May 30, the day before Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens. Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Paradise Pier, and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel are all full. A booking agent confirmed this with Polygon, and mentioned that partner hotels still have availability.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will be the biggest expansion to the Disney parks in years. Opening up May 31 in Anaheim’s Disneyland and Aug. 29 in Orlando’s Hollywood Studios, the new land will feature rides, themed food, and interactive experiences, fully transporting visitors to a galaxy far, far away.
As evidenced by the booking situation, hype for Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is intense. The full hotel situation comes not only from the excitement, but from how Disney hopes to manage it.
From May 31 to June 23, not only will visitors have to purchase tickets for Disneyland, they will also have to make reservations to enter Galaxy’s Edge. While Disney has yet to release the information on how to make those reservations, thay have said that each registered guest staying at the Disneyland resorts will receive one reservation.
Polygon has reached out to Disney PR for comment and will update accordingly. In the meantime, check out our updated explainer on everything you can expect from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.