What could you do with an old aircraft? You can convert it into a hotel of course! Also, why not place it on the edge of the jungle - awesome experience guaranteed.
In its previous life, Boeing 727 carried passengers from South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). It now serves as a two-room, beautifully restored hotel. You will find it in Costa Rica, and more precisely on the edge of Manuel Antonio National Park and the Pacific. Among the branches of trees at a height of 15 metres there is a red plane, from the terrace there is a view of the jungle and the ocean, and from the vicinity you can hear monkeys. Let's not forget about sloths and flying toucans - you're in the tropics after all!
The rooms are equipped with king size beds, private bathrooms, air-conditioning, TV, kitchen, panoramic terrace, private entrance and access to the garden.