Space stations have been envisaged since at least as early as 1869 when Edward Everett Hale wrote "The Brick Moon". The first to give serious consideration to space stations were Konstantin Tsiolkovsky in the early 20th century and Hermann Oberth about two decades later. In 1929 Herman Potocnik's The Problem of Space Travel was published, the first to envision a "rotating wheel" space station to create artificial gravity.
What if there was a new space station that offered access to luxury, to all? The ride, sensations, experience, and view from low earth orbit (LEO) far surpasses anything on Earth. In thinking through the design and comforts of this new space station, we should create an economic plan that can reduce the cost of access drastically, with each iteration. This may require serious leaps in additive manufacturing and advanced systems such as space elevators.