• 727 Fuselage Home recycled out of a Boeing for luxurious green holiday

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    This summers hit off for an out-of-this world holiday in a Boeing 727. I am not hinting that you need to hit the skies and fly to some corner of the world. Allow me to lead you to the Hotel Costa Verde proud newest lodgings – 727 Fuselage Home. Recycled out of a vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe, such a distinctive suite is bound to lure all eco-travelers. Fully outfitted, meticulously detailed, two bedroom, Boeing 727 fuselage suite sits on the edge of the National Park in Costa Verde II area and is perched on a 50-foot pedestal. Though the rest of the details are not that green, read on to know what this Boeing suite packs in. It features a terrace opening up to the edge of the Costa Verde National Park.

    The interior is furnished with handmade teak furniture from Java, and the walls are linked with teak paneling. For $300-$350/day, you can also find two air conditioned rooms with queen-sized beds, private baths, flat screen televisions, and even a secluded river-rock spiral staircase entrance. Step out for dinner at El Avion, a converted C-123 airplane.

    Posted in Topics:Architecture, Tags: , on April 9, 2009