Airplane From Cold War-Era Turned Into A Luxury Hotel

Residing in a luxury hotel made inside an aircraft will definitely give a whole new experience that’s not just flight specific.

Residing in a luxury hotel made inside an aircraft will definitely give a whole new experience that’s not just flight specific. Located rather grounded at Teuge Airport, Netherlands, the hotel makes use of a 120-seater German plane of the 1960 to confer the residents with luxurious jacuzzi, sauna, 24/7 hostess, 3 flat screens, Blu-Ray player and etc.

Earlier serving as a restaurant for 15 years, the Cold War-era plane has now has now become a luxury hotel suite. The clean, modern white interiors and luxury facilities, installed by Dutch company HotelSuites, open the untouched cockpit to take the guests back into the Cold War-era. If that’s not enough for you, you can enjoy parachute jumps or stunt plane rides to make their vacation unforgettable. [HotelSuites via WeHeart]

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