Check This Out: This Hotel in the Costa Rican Jungle Was Built Inside a Vintage Airplane
May 16, 2018
Add this to your bucket list world globetrotters: The Costa Verde Hotel in Costa Rica has added the 727 Fuselage Home to their resort, dubbing it “the most exclusive hotel suite” in the country. Built inside a vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airplane, the two-bedroom, beautifully design hotel suite gives you an illusion of flying. It is placed in the jungles of Manuel Antonio and features beautiful views of the country’s pristine coastline and lush flora.
In its previous life, the airplane once carried world travelers of South Africa Air and Columbia’s Avianca Airlines across the Pacific. Today, it is a “jumbo hotel suite” in the National Park of the Costa Verde Hotel and is lifted 50-feet above ground.
“Our refurbished Boeing 727 home is not the only such dwelling in the world. We were inspired by a Forbes Magazine article about a company offering hurricane-proof living via surplus Boeing 727 airframes! We were intrigued and found some new ways to introduce convenience and luxury to this very prosaic bit of aluminum scrap,” shared Costa Verde hotel in a press release on their official website.
All furnishings in the hotel are hand-carved from Java Indonesia. Starting rates off season begin at $500 +13% tax dollars a night, with high season (Christmas) reaching a rate of $787.50 daily +13% tax. With that price, you can enjoy two air conditioned bedrooms. The smaller room having two queen sized bed, the master’s suite having only one. Each room has a private bath room and flat screen televisions. Common areas include a kitchenette with microwave, dining area foyer, an ocean view terrace, a private entrance up a river rock, spiral staircase, and a terrace with panoramic views of the Costa Rican jungles where you can sit and watch out for sloths, toucans, monkeys, and other fauna.
For more information visit https://costaverde.com/accommodations/727-fuselage-home/