A 5-day vacation in the space hotel, which will house 7 guests in 4 cabins, will cost £100,000 plus £500,000 for the journey.
The Commercial Space Station, which is due to commence operations by 2016, would have massive windows for clear views of the Earth spinning below.
Besides, in the weightlessness of space, space tourists can opt to have either horizontal or vertical beds, while showers would be sealed to prevent water flowing where it should not.
Experienced crew will accompany visitors, and in place of freeze-dried food given to astronauts, space tourists will dine on braised veal cheeks with wild mushrooms, potato soup, white bean puree and plum compote prepared on earth & sent up on the Soyuz rocket, to be warmed in microwave ovens.
Fruit juices, iced tea and mineral water will be available; however, alcohol would be strictly prohibited.
The Commercial Space Station will have toilets that use flowing air in place of water to flush waste through the system.
The waste water would be recycled, while the air would be filtered to eliminate odor & bacteria & then sent back to the cabin.
In case of a crisis, astronauts aboard the International Space Station can use the space hotel as an emergency bolt hole, rather than returning to Earth.