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The airplane hotel room which is nestled in the jungle of Manuel Antonio, Quepos, Central Pacific, has captured much attention.

Among those interested is a British press agency who devoted a lengthy report that was published.

The note of the Daily Mail talks about the old fuselage of a 1965 Boeing 727 turned into a luxurious suite, the night costs just over $450 per week.

The plane, which belonged to Colombia’s Avianca fleet, is now part of the Hotel Costa Verde Resort, of which the English publication notes:

[quote_center]”The tropical hotel charges guests the same price they would pay at the Ritz in London.”[/quote_center]

The plane-today-suite offers two comfortable beds, kitchen, TV, a dining room and terrace overlooking the sea.[quote_box_right]Looking for more unique lodging? Stay in a Costa Rica Tree House.[/quote_box_right]

A curious detail is that the aircraft was moved in pieces that were distributed in five containers from the Juan Santamaria International Airport to Quepos.

There, a group of workers had the delicate task of resetting it and placing it on elevated platforms 15 meters above the hotel. Its official opening was three years ago.

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