Simulate Space Travel at This New Moon-Themed Las Vegas Resort

A Dubai cityscape is pictured at sunset. The city is illuminated in the bottom portion of the frame by synthetic light, as natural light lights the top half of the photo. A modern skyscraper points up into the sky in the center of the frame. rare view from the address hotel which is no longer possible.
Courtesy Moon World Resorts, Inc.

From billionaires jetting off into space to plans for the world’s first space hotel well underway, it’s an understatement that space travel is trending at rocket speed.

If you’re unable to immediately fly to the moon, Moon World Resorts, Inc. is bringing extraterrestrial living down to earth with a moon-themed resort on the Las Vegas Strip.

Introducing Moon Resorts Las Vegas: A $5 billion, 5.5-million-square-foot hotel that will be constructed as a 1/75,000-sized replica of the moon to house 4,000 luxury rooms and suites.

Guests will be able to enjoy everything from a75,000-square-foot spa, 50,000-square-feet of food and beverage offerings, 75,000-square-feet of retail, and 150,00-square-feet of clubs and lounges; however, the real space-like experience will be achieved at the “active lunar colony.”

“Space flights cost $200,000 to $250,000—so the masses just can’t participate. With Moon [World Resorts], for $500, they can walk on an authentic lunar surface and enjoy exploring a lunar colony in a spectacular way.”

—Michael Henderson, co-founder of Moon World Resorts, Inc.

Located on the upper half of the moon-shaped sphere, guests will be able to explore 10 acres of space over the course of 90 minutes that “precisely mimic[s] those [lunar colonies] now under serious active planning by Nasa, ESA and many others.” Access to the lunar colony will be cost $500 per person.

“People want something unique, something different, something ‘Wow,’” Michael Henderson, co-founder of Moon World Resorts, Inc., told The New York Post. “Space flights cost $200,000 to $250,000—so the masses just can’t participate. With Moon [World Resorts], for $500, they can walk on an authentic lunar surface and enjoy exploring a lunar colony in a spectacular way.”

In addition to Las Vegas, Moon Resorts has plans to open other complementary lunar-themed properties in the Middle East, China and Spain slated to open in either 2026 or 2027.

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