Old Boeing plane ‘modified’ into a unique hotel in the middle of a jungle resort

A night’s stay at a unique aircraft hotel (they call it “the only hotel in Costa Rica”) costs $450 per day in the off season, and $1,153.50 per day in peak season.

The abandoned Boeing 727 took on a second life, having been turned into a luxury resort amidst the Costa Rican jungle with spectacular views of the ocean.

A 1965 Boeing 727 has been reborn as a unique hotel called the Fuselage Home located in the Costa Verde resort.

The level of aircraft is not unprecedented, however few. Aircraft discarded at a low price are a suitable billet to turn into homes.

The biggest obstacle is the difficulty of moving.