Take a look inside this Boeing 747 converted into a hotel

Only a few airlines still fly the iconic Boeing 747. Many planes went into early retirement at the start of the corona pandemic, but that does not mean they have become useless. All over the world, units have been converted into bars, discotheques or hotels.

This is also the case in the Swedish capital Stockholm, where a 747 has been converted into a Jumbo Stay hotel with a total of 33 bedrooms. There are very special rooms in the cockpit and the aircraft’s engines, but also standard rooms in the fuselage with great details.

I spent one night in a room above one of the wheels and thought it was a great experience. Are you curious about what the hotel looks like inside? See the slideshow below!

Take a look inside this Boeing 747 converted into a hotel in Sweden

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