Everybody Say Hotel, Motel, Airplane?

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Thank you for flying... I mean staying with us

Thank you for flying…I mean staying with us.

Can you imagine?
This is some hotel…


Near the edge of Costa Rica’s Manuel Antonio National Park is a 1965 Boeing 727 once operated by South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines. The plane his a wing of the Hotel Costa Verde. The fuselage has two air-conditioned bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining room and a kitchenette. You will enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean and jungle from the deck, which is over what was the right wing. For $250 a night from May to November, or $500 a night from January to April, vacationers can land this lofty pad.

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