The universe's first hotel in outer space could be operational by 2027

Space Shuttle, Space Ship, Space
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As soon as interstellar travel is made available to the public, we'll at least have to place to stay in outer space.

Orbital Assembly is a company that has plans to place the first hotel in outer space, which they believe may be operational by as early as 2027!

Per the NY Post, the Voyager Station will contain "a slew of onboard amenities," including themed restaurants, a health spa, a cinema, gyms, libraries, concert venues, Earth-viewing lounges and bars, and enough rooms for 400 people.

The Voyager Station will reportedly circle the globe every 90 minutes. No construction costs have yet to be revealed.