It's fun....at least by 2020 standards.
If you can snag this resort at under $150 per night — and you often can — you are getting one of the best bargains in Orlando.
There are plenty of times when the Disney hype machine can spin out of control. But when it comes to Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, every bit of hype you've heard is true. All of it.
Room upgrades and the availability of the Disney Skyliner have greatly improved Disney's Pop Century Resort, but there are still areas where guests will feel nickel-and-dimed by Disney.
Universal's first "value" hotel has Disney and neighboring I-Drive hotels beat in some areas, but not when it comes to the lackluster food court.
From expressive animatronics to jaw-dropping coaster tech, it’s the greatest ride Universal has ever built — and arguably better than Disney’s best.
Of all the descriptions Disney executives have used to hype Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, once I saw it for myself, all I could manage was silent, wide-eyed wonder.
The only operating attraction inside Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is less than what you were promised and less than you wanted it to be.