If you’ve seen Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and you want to get a closer look at those exotic locations, we’ve got you covered.

Booking.com has delved into its database of one million properties to find the perfect accommodations for the travelling Star Wars fan.

Here are six Jedi-approved destinations that’ll make you feel like you’re in a galaxy far, far away…

Jedha (Jordan)


Rogue One introduces fans to a few new planets in the Star Wars universe, including Jedha. According to StarWars.com, Jedha is home to one of the first civilizations to explore the nature of the Force, and even though it’s now occupied by the Galactic Empire, it’s still home to many from the Rebel Alliance.

Image: Salman Zwaidh Camp. Supplied.

Image: Salman Zwaidh Camp. Supplied.

The Jedha scenes in Rogue One were filmed in Jordan, so why not embrace your inner Force with a stay at Salmon Zwaidh Camp? Located in the protected area of Wadi Rum, this authentic Bedouin camp is surrounded by orange-coloured rock mountains, which you’ll instantly recognise from scenes in the movie.

Image: Salman Zwaidh Camp. Supplied.

Image: Salman Zwaidh Camp. Supplied.

Scarif (Maldives)


Jedha is not the only new planet Rogue One will explore for the first time; the movie also introduces fans to Scarif, a tropical planet that used the Maldives as its filming location.

In the movie, the island is the base used by the Empire to store the plans to the Death Star, a destructive weapon designed to take out whole planets. Luckily on this planet you won’t need to pack your lightsaber as the Maldives’ turquoise waters and white sandy beaches aren’t being heavily defended by Stormtroopers.


Image: Olhuveli Island in the Maldives. Supplied.

Instead, relax at Six Senses Laamu, an eco-friendly luxury resort with world-class service.

Image: Six Senses Laamu, Maldives. Supplied.

Image: Six Senses Laamu, Maldives. Supplied.

Imperial Military Base (London)

Canary Wharf

Once the Rogue One rebels get to Scarif, they begin targeting the Imperial Military Base, a place where important Imperial military training and research takes place.

Filming of the inside of the Imperial Military Base took place in the Canary Wharf tube station in London, but there is so much more to explore in London than just this one site. Check out Star Wars Identities – The Exhibition, in London until 3 September 2017, and get to know the Star Wars characters on a whole new level.

Image: London, England. Supplied.

Image: London, England. Supplied.

After a day of exploring the expanded Star Wars universe, stay at Simply Serviced Apartments, a Duinarbulon Stone’s throw away from the Canary Wharf station, with a refreshing city and river views from the apartment balcony.


Image: Simply Serviced Apartments. Supplied.

Lah’mu (Iceland)


Rogue One introduces us to another new planet in the Star Wars universe, Lah’mu, where heroine Jyn Erso (portrayed by Felicity Jones) grows up. The filming took place at Myrdalssandur Beach on the southern coast of Iceland. This area is known best for its black sand beaches, steep sea stacks and subpolar oceanic climate, so it’s easy to see why it was used as a setting for another planet.


Image: Iceland. Supplied

Warm up with a stay at the Icelandair Hotel Vik, which is only a short walk from the beach and offers out-of-this-world views of the sea, cliffs and Reynisdrangar sea stacks. To really feel like you’re in a different galaxy, you might even get lucky enough to glimpse the Northern Lights, and there’s not much that’s more galactic than that!


Image: Icelandair Hotel Vik. Supplied.

Iceland was also the setting in Star Wars: The Force Awakens for some of the snow scenes for the Starkiller Base.

Jakku (Abu Dhabi)


Who can forget the previous film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which was filmed at amazing locations all over the world, including Rub’ al Khali desert just outside Abu Dhabi.
Here is where Rey’s desert home planet is set and where Poe Dameron and Finn crash-land after escaping from Starkiller Base.


Image: Rub’ Al Khali Desert, Abu Dhabi. Supplied.

This location is popular with motor sport enthusiasts with the incredible sand dunes everywhere, as well as camel riding and falconry shows. After an active day in the desert retreat for a bit of luxury at the St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort which features five pools, spa, private beach and a golf course next door.

Takodana (Lake District, UK)


You might think the beautiful and tranquil Lake District is an unusual spot for a fight but it actually made for a great setting for some of the battle scenes in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Derwentwater Lake

Image: Derwentwater Lake, England. Supplied.

Derwentwater Lake in Cumbria is home to Derwent Island, which is only open to the public a handful of times a year and best reached by canoe. The area is popular with hikers, artists and those looking for a relaxing getaway. Set in the Lake District National Park is LakeSide House, a great stay right on the lake and guests can enjoy breakfast with views of the countryside and walk into town for shops, pubs and restaurants.

Lakeside House

Image: Lakeside House, Lake District National Park. Supplied.

The UK was a popular place for the film as the Royal Air Force Greenham Common in Berkshire was the setting for D’Qar and the woods surrounding Maz Kanata’s castle were filmed in the Forest of Dean.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is in cinemas now.