We’re actually inclined to disagree, here. But click the link and read the article yourself. Most of the references are for the Disneyland attraction. However, the same falls true for the same attraction in the Magic Kingdom at WDW. Let us know what you think. Sound off, mates!
The Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The attraction has a timeless appeal, and its greatest strength was its lack of storyline. But then, Disney added Jack Sparrow to the ride in 2006. Sparrow’s inclusion, and the intrusive manner in which it was done, detracts from what made the ride special.
Source: Jack Sparrow Ruined Disney’s Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride
So how do you feel about this one? There are rumors in the wind about a luxury Star Wars resort experience. It would be GREAT!! If you remove the word luxury. There seems to be a disturbing trend of offering luxury experiences like this to those who are willing to pay. And make no mistake, Disney knows that there are plenty who will pay. But will this resort experience fall under the deluxe umbrella of the Polynesian or the Grand Floridian? Does that mean that travelers who can’t afford to stay at that level will never be able to experience this Star Wars experience? We’re interested in hearing your thoughts about this. Let us know what you think.
Source: BREAKING: Star Wars Resort Experience Possibly Coming to Walt Disney World – DisneyDining