Singapore Airlines Hotel Rooms

Nov 6, 2017

Category: Living

As if coach wasn’t bad enough, now passengers in the back of Singapore Airlines’ Airbus A380 flights will fly with the knowledge that 6 of their fellow travelers are enjoying what are essentially air-borne hotel rooms.

Yeah, you read that right. The newly redesigned cabins not only boasts spacious and private business class seating, but single or double suites for first class passengers. These suites will each have a fold out flat bed, a luxurious leather chair, mood lighting, and a large 32-inch touch screen television. Traveling with two? Suites can be combined to accomodate couples. And for those who want to freshen up before stepping off the plane and onto another continent, private wash rooms are available. Don’t feel too sorry for the business class passengers, either. Adjacent seats can be folded out into a full sized bed.

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