The final frontier may have arrived. Ready to book a room with a view of the entire Earth?

The race for space continues, and we may be seeing our very first luxury space hotel courtesy of a new company called Orion Span. Robb Reports says the 455 square foot orbiting station called Aurora Station will have four guest suites. A two-person crew will host guests on120day trips. Okay, "luxury" may be a bit of stretch...

They hope to take flight by the mid-2020s.

If you were expecting something like the Greenwich Hotel, you might be disappointed. Orion Span CEO Frank Bunger says...

The premise of Aurora Station is for guests to live, feel, and breath what it’s like to be an astronaut. That means 24/7 weightlessness—and plenty of freeze-dried food and Tang, too. “It’s not going to be five-star dining”

Orion is apparently in talks with SpaceX and Blue Origin when it comes to transport from the earth's surface to the floating hotels.

Anyone hoping to join will have to undergo some rigorous training in advance. And we say training, we mean about three months of it. And of course, there's the price. You have $9.5 million dollars available? That's how much it will cost per person according to Robb Report. 

On second thought...