People are now making the trip to Florida to get their fill of Star Wars at Disney World. If you are making such a trip with your family or a group of friends, you might want to check out Airbnb for a massive Star Wars-themed option.
Twelve Parsecs House, which is owned by Loma Homes property is only 17 minutes from Disney. On the inside of the property, you will find plenty of room for you and a group of your friends or family, with nine bedrooms and five bathrooms available. Each of the bedrooms is designed specifically for one Star Wars location, such as Hoth, Mustafar, Cloud City and Naboo.
“Twelve Parsecs is a completely immersive experience designed from the ground up to impress even the most dedicated Star Wars fans,” writes the company on their website. “Whether you’re getting in touch with your inner Jedi or soaking in the sun at your private pool, this villa has every amenity you need to create unforgettable memories with your family.”
The description goes on to promise that “your experience at Galaxy’s Edge doesn’t have to end when you leave the park.”
If this sounds like a dream come true, it does come with one problem. There are too many awesome rooms to choose from! For example, check out the cloud city room with a bed that looks like it is actually floating.
The swamps of Dagobah, which is where Yoda spent his time during retirement, is covered in this room full of gnarled trees.
Would you like to sleep in a bed that looks like the Millennium Falcon cockpit?
If you like to sleep in the cold, check out the ice cave from a Hoth-inspired room.
Walking down the hallway is like walking through the corridors of the Millennium falcon.
Even the pool accessories are inspired by a Star Wars theme.
Not every day is likely to be spent at Disney, but there’s no need to worry as there are plenty of things to do at this Airbnb location. They have board games, an Xbox, WiFi, a DVD player, a pool table, and a ping-pong table waiting for you.
You will spend around $430 per night for this Star Wars villa and the prices do vary.SKM: below-content placeholder