727 Fuselage Home, the Boeing Immersed in the Jungles of Costa Rica
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727 Fuselage Home, the Boeing Immersed in the Jungles of Costa Rica

727 Fuselage Home ,Costa Rica

727 Fuselage Home, the Boeing Immersed in the Jungles of Costa Rica

Nestled in the heart of the Costa Rican jungle, precisely within the large Costa Verde Hotel complex lies an unusual hotel in the large and lush Manuel Antonio National Park. Just in the center of paradise, among the greenery stands the 727 Fuselage Home, an unusual and beautiful hotel converted from an old plane – a Boeing 727 from 1965.



The plane, which once flew for South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines, was recovered from San Jose airport, dismantled piece by piece and rebuilt on a pedestal approximately 50 feet in height to allow a breathtaking view of the ocean. This airplane is a perfect example of recycling at its finest which, despite the high costs, has given life to one of the most evocative tourist facilities in the area.



The aircraft is perfectly integrated with its surrounding environment and can be reached via a spiral stone staircase. Inside the plane are two suites completely covered in teak tropical wood, as well as its handmade furnishings carved from wood from Java and Indonesia. Comfort and functionality are not lacking despite the appearance, so much so that each room is equipped with air conditioning, private bathroom, kitchenette, satellite TV and terrace with sea view.



The 727 Fuselage Home is designed to look like the wreck of an aircraft that has just crashed and got stranded in the treetops It is not the only aircraft in the world that has been transformed into a hotel, however it undoubtedly remains the only one to be immersed in a lush landscape and populated by the wonderful fauna of the jungle. For reservations or more info here.



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