Thursday, May 27, 2010

Sweet Costa Rican Layover

Taking upcycling to the extreme, this retired Boeing 727 has been converted into a deluxe two-bedroom accommodation in Costa Rica. Formerly part of South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines, this airplane has received a second life as a luxury suite perched 50 feet above the beach at the edge of Costa Verde II’s National Park.
Stripped of all its former interior components, the two-bedroom suite is now paneled in floor-to-ceiling locally sourced teak, and complete with a kitchenette and dining foyer. Guests can relax on the covered patio while mingling with native wildlife such as sloths, toucans, and monkeys.

And the view…

Not too shabby.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow! That's a nice place, and I like all of that place in the picture especially the retired Boeing 727 that has been converted into a deluxe, its like you are having a relax on a paradise. The beach is also nice especially the water inside the surrounded tree those are really a cool place to spend vacation.


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