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Hilton and Voyager Space to Design Crew Lodging and Hospitality Suites Aboard Starlab

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Hilton will move into a future Earth-orbiting space station called Starlab. The hotel giant will work with Nanoracks, Voyager Space and Lockheed Martin. Starlab is one of a set of private space stations that NASA hopes will replace the International Space Station.
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Hilton and Voyager Space to Design Crew Lodging and Hospitality Suites Aboard Starlab

/PRNewswire/ -- Voyager Space ("Voyager"), a global leader in space exploration, today announced Hilton will be the official hotel partner of Starlab,...

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Hilton hotels will design astronaut suites on private Starlab space station

Hotel giant Hilton is extending its operations to orbit with a new partnership on the Starlab private space station, which may be operational in 2027.

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Hilton and Voyager Space to Partner on Improving Stays in Space — Designing Crew Lodging, Hospitality Suites for Starlab Space Station

When you’re going into outer space for an extended period of time, Hilton and Voyager Space want astronauts and space tourists to know it matters where you stay. Voyager, a global leader in space exploration, today announced Hilton will be the official hotel partner of Starlab, Voyager’s planned free-flying commercial space station.

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Hilton Hotels to Develop Astronaut Suites on Starlab Private Space Station › Geeky News

Hilton is ready to take its hospitality beyond the planet. The hotel giant will move to a future orbital space station called Starlab along with Nanoracks, Voyager Space and Lockheed Martin, which first announced the orbital facility in 2021. "Hilton will bring its renowned hospitality expertise to support the design and development of the crew

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