Thinking of taking a trip to Endor for a night, or traveling to Toshie Station for power convertors? You're going to want to make sure you have a place to crash for the night. Luckily Starbnb, from the digital agency Viget, can help.

The parody site includes room listings for popular locations in the Star Wars universe, like the Wampa cave on Hoth, a private room with "excellent security" aboard the Death Star, and a luxury apartment in Cloud City. The website is also filled with references that fans of the films will find comical. For example, the listing for a night inside a Tauntaun is advertised as having "limited availability" and the space is described as being "pretty tight, but is sure to keep you snug as a bug in a … larger, dead bug."

Another listing for an entire townhome on Alderaan is no longer available, but that hasn't stopped visitors from enjoying the reviews. One "customer" named Ben left a one-star review of the listing that 19 people have found helpful so far. "Weird experience," Ben wrote. "Was on my way here when I heard millions of voices cry out in terror, then suddenly go quiet. Pretty off-putting, to be honest. Luckily the nearby small moon looks promising. Headed there now. Will update my review once we land."

Unfortunately, you won't be able to complete your Starbnb reservation. Trying to book a room on the site will lead you to Twitter, where you can tweet a link to the site and the message "I just booked a night in a galaxy far, far away."

Screenshots via Starbnb
[h/t: Mashable]