Staying at a hotel in space could be entirely possible by as soon as 2027, according to the team at Orbital Assembly, a space construction company.
The design looks like a giant wheel, like those you'd see in London, Singapore, Melbourne or Las Vegas - except this one is in space.
Orbital Assembly says it expects construction to begin within just a couple of years, if it can get enough investment.
When it comes to putting your life in the hands of strangers - which is exactly what you'd be doing by staying in a space hotel - you'd want to be able to trust the team who built it. According to the company's website, it's only three years old and so far doesn't appear to have any previous space construction work to show off.
"We will build structures for NASA," it says.
"We will build structures larger than what can fit in rocket fairings.
"We will build rotating space stations with artificial gravity."
The hotel room concepts themselves are impressive. The windows are quite small, but they have to be in space. The designers appear to have not figured out a way for guests to lay in bed and gaze into space through the windows.
There's also a sports area onboard, but the basketball area's designer may have forgotten that the space hotel will have artificial gravity - making it very difficult to jump like people are in the concept image.
No hotel stay rates have been announced yet, but the investment team is said to have reached their goal of raising US$1 million in capital. That doesn't really sound like anywhere enough to begin construction of a space hotel.
The concept of space hotels is out of this world, but there are a lot of red flags around this particular experience. It may be better if the venture itself, rather than members of the public, ends up lost in space.