Inside the passenger jet converted into a luxury hotel

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What do you do if you just happen to have the fuselage of a Boeing 727 from the 1960s lying around?

Make it into a luxury hotel, of course.

That's what the owners of this old jet, which was destined for scrap, decided to do - and they now claim to run the most exclusive hotel in Costa Rica.



The hotel can be found in Costa Rica's Manuel Antonio Park and features glorious sea views from the balconies built on each wing, two teak-panelled bedrooms and air conditioning throughout.




Rates to stay here start at around $100 per night.



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