Orbital Assembly Corporation‘s first major project will be the Hotel Voyager Station. It will be the first commercial space station with artificial gravity: according to their claim “The Future is in Rotation (™)”.
As we can read on the online-platform archdaily, “the first ever commercial space hotel, Voyager Station, aims to open by 2027. Accommodating 280 guests and 112 crew members, the project is being planned by Orbital Assembly Corporation, a construction company run by John Blincow.” He said in an interview: “”We’re trying to make the public realize that this golden age of space travel is just around the corner. It’s coming. It’s coming fast.” Nevertheless, until then there are still plenty of opportunities to spend a traditional holiday here on earth. Better safe than sorry.
archdaily writes in their article: “Construction of the 50,000-square-meter Voyager facility will start in 2026, and OAC aims to welcome the first passengers to the hotel in 2027. The team explains that the project is made possible by opening up low Earth orbit and beyond to construction, resource harvesting, development, and infrastructure. OAC aims to take advantage of this decrease in launch costs and increase in reliability and safety.”