Called Aurora Station, it will be certainly be an out-of-this-world destination and will most certainly feature a room with a view.
To experience the Aurora in person, guests will first need to complete a three-month training program.
Orion Span, a private USA space tourism company, has ambitiously announced it will open a luxury space hotel by 2021.
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There has, however, been no discussion of which launch services provider - SpaceX, United Launch Alliance, Blue Origin or others - would lift the station's parts to orbit.
If you're still interested, you can contact Orion Span to put down your refundable $80,000 deposit.
"The goal when we started the company was to create that innovation to make simplicity possible, and by making simplicity possible, we drive a tremendous amount of cost out of it", he told Space.com.
Deposits are now being accepted for a future stay on Aurora Station, which is slated to launch in late 2021 and host its first guests in 2022.
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Most people looking to vacation among the stars head to Hollywood, but a USA -based startup has announced the development of the world's first luxury space hotel.
"Every 90 minutes we complete an orbit, meaning you'll see day and night over Earth hundreds of times during your 12-day stay, with ample opportunity to photograph your hometown from space". Adding a cherry to the pie, the company said that its guests will be treated to a hero's welcome back home. The press release announcing the hotel promises that along with being able to fly about the cabin and enjoy the benefits of zero gravity, you'll also be able to peer out at the Earth below, grow your own food, and participate in some virtual reality experiments.
Some skeptics believe the startup's lofty four-year time frame may be a ruse to assess the market - and whether people are really that eager to get space-wasted.
If you have ever wanted to experience what it feels like in zero gravity, there is some good news for you, provided you have a few million dollars set aside as travel budget.
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A statement on Orion Span's website said: "Believe you were meant for a less than ordinary life?"