Boeing 727 Hotel Suite in Costa Rica

May 28, 2014

Category: Living

Had Oceanic Flight 815 not wound up on the beach, perhaps the cast of Lost would’ve just been chillin in the trees like this Boeing 727 Hotel Suite in Costa Rica.

The Phoenix suite at the Costa Verde Hotel is open for anyone who’s looking for a break from the Holiday Inn with a weekend in an actual refurbished airliner. Once a proud 1965 Boeing 727 that carried passengers out of South Africa, this plane is now sitting atop a 50-foot pedestal, serving as a swanky retreat, complete with air conditioned bedrooms, a kitchenette, dining area, and spectacular views of the ocean. With hand-carved, teak furniture from Java, Indonesia, and an interior built from Costa Rican teak paneling, this is the kind of place you wouldn’t enjoying a small bag of peanuts in.

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