Boeing 727 Airplane Converted into Hotel Room
This 727 Fuselage Home is part of Hotel Costa Verde in Costa Rica. In its previous life, the vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe shuttled globetrotters on South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). The hotel salvaged this airplane, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place and carefully transported the pieces to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite.
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Boeing 727 Airplane Converted into Hotel Room
This 727 Fuselage Home is part of Hotel Costa Verde in Costa Rica. In its previous life, the vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe shuttled globetrotters on South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). The hotel salvaged this airplane, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place and carefully transported the pieces to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite.
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Boeing 727 Airplane Converted into Hotel Room
This 727 Fuselage Home is part of Hotel Costa Verde in Costa Rica. In its previous life, the vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe shuttled globetrotters on South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). The hotel salvaged this airplane, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place and carefully transported the pieces to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite.
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Boeing 727 Airplane Converted into Hotel Room
This 727 Fuselage Home is part of Hotel Costa Verde in Costa Rica. In its previous life, the vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe shuttled globetrotters on South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). The hotel salvaged this airplane, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place and carefully transported the pieces to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite.
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Boeing 727 Airplane Converted into Hotel Room
This 727 Fuselage Home is part of Hotel Costa Verde in Costa Rica. In its previous life, the vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe shuttled globetrotters on South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). The hotel salvaged this airplane, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place and carefully transported the pieces to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite.
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Boeing 727 Airplane Converted into Hotel Room

This 727 Fuselage Home is part of Hotel Costa Verde in Costa Rica. In its previous life, the vintage 1965 Boeing 727 airframe shuttled globetrotters on South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Colombia). The hotel salvaged this airplane, piece by piece, from its San Jose airport resting place and carefully transported the pieces to the jungles of Manuel Antonio where they have been resurrected into a unique jumbo hotel suite.

Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong – the highest hotel of the world.

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong dominates the skyline as the world’s “highest” hotel. Located at the very top of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in Hong Kong, occupying floors 102 to 118, the hotel is the very pinnacle of luxury and a beacon of contemporary style and excellence in Asia’s World City.

Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.
Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.
Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.
Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel
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Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.
Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.
Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.
Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel
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Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.
Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.
Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.
Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel
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Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.
Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.
Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.
Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel
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Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.
Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.
Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.
Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel
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Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.
Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.
Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.
Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel
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Located in Harads, a village in the northern part of Sweden, with only 600 inhabitants, the hotel has made the forested region a tourist attraction.

Designed by some of Scandinavia’s leading architects such as Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham as well as Mårten & Gustav Cyrén, the hotel promises to reconnect its guests with nature. The hotel, which first opened in July 2010, consists of five tree-rooms and the owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, expect to build a total of 24 tree-rooms by 2012.  All of the rooms harmoniously blend into the natural environment with the aim of making a minimal ecological footprint.

Each room is located four to six meters above the ground and they all share the magnificent views of the surrounding natural environment. The rooms themselves vary in size from 15-30m2.

Photographs by Peter Lundstrom, WDO | TreeHotel

Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge,  is a beautifully constructed hotel on the privately owned natural  reserve of Huilo Huilo in Chile. It offers a mystical getaway on natural  grounds.
The lodge, which is built to look like a volcano, spouts a refreshing  waterfall in place of actual lava. If you’re interested in seeing a  real volcano, Chile’s Arenal Volcano can be viewed right from the hotel
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Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge,  is a beautifully constructed hotel on the privately owned natural  reserve of Huilo Huilo in Chile. It offers a mystical getaway on natural  grounds.
The lodge, which is built to look like a volcano, spouts a refreshing  waterfall in place of actual lava. If you’re interested in seeing a  real volcano, Chile’s Arenal Volcano can be viewed right from the hotel
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Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge,  is a beautifully constructed hotel on the privately owned natural  reserve of Huilo Huilo in Chile. It offers a mystical getaway on natural  grounds.
The lodge, which is built to look like a volcano, spouts a refreshing  waterfall in place of actual lava. If you’re interested in seeing a  real volcano, Chile’s Arenal Volcano can be viewed right from the hotel
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Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge,  is a beautifully constructed hotel on the privately owned natural  reserve of Huilo Huilo in Chile. It offers a mystical getaway on natural  grounds.
The lodge, which is built to look like a volcano, spouts a refreshing  waterfall in place of actual lava. If you’re interested in seeing a  real volcano, Chile’s Arenal Volcano can be viewed right from the hotel
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Montaña Mágica Lodge, also known as Magic Mountain Lodge, is a beautifully constructed hotel on the privately owned natural reserve of Huilo Huilo in Chile. It offers a mystical getaway on natural grounds.

The lodge, which is built to look like a volcano, spouts a refreshing waterfall in place of actual lava. If you’re interested in seeing a real volcano, Chile’s Arenal Volcano can be viewed right from the hotel

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UFO Treehouse Hotel 
in Harads, Northern Sweden that allows guests to stay in tree house  rooms, each with their own theme. So far there are five unique tree  rooms available and twenty-four planned to be built. The five tree rooms  that are currently available for booking are the Cabin, the Mirrorcube,  the Bird’s Nest, the Blue Cone and the UFO.
The UFO room, wich is built to house four people, is particularly  unique. From the outside the unit looks out of place in the forest  environment. But then again where would a UFO blend in with its  surroundings? Nevertheless, the UFO looks realistic, like a spaceship  you would only see in the movies or your imagination. Beyond the  futuristic exterior is a modern and comfortable interior with celestial  accents. This UFO room is no doubt the perfect place to take the family  for a futuristic camping trip. What better way to escape reality and  relive your childhood? Tree Hotel Website via [Colossal]
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UFO Treehouse Hotel 
in Harads, Northern Sweden that allows guests to stay in tree house  rooms, each with their own theme. So far there are five unique tree  rooms available and twenty-four planned to be built. The five tree rooms  that are currently available for booking are the Cabin, the Mirrorcube,  the Bird’s Nest, the Blue Cone and the UFO.
The UFO room, wich is built to house four people, is particularly  unique. From the outside the unit looks out of place in the forest  environment. But then again where would a UFO blend in with its  surroundings? Nevertheless, the UFO looks realistic, like a spaceship  you would only see in the movies or your imagination. Beyond the  futuristic exterior is a modern and comfortable interior with celestial  accents. This UFO room is no doubt the perfect place to take the family  for a futuristic camping trip. What better way to escape reality and  relive your childhood? Tree Hotel Website via [Colossal]
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UFO Treehouse Hotel 
in Harads, Northern Sweden that allows guests to stay in tree house  rooms, each with their own theme. So far there are five unique tree  rooms available and twenty-four planned to be built. The five tree rooms  that are currently available for booking are the Cabin, the Mirrorcube,  the Bird’s Nest, the Blue Cone and the UFO.
The UFO room, wich is built to house four people, is particularly  unique. From the outside the unit looks out of place in the forest  environment. But then again where would a UFO blend in with its  surroundings? Nevertheless, the UFO looks realistic, like a spaceship  you would only see in the movies or your imagination. Beyond the  futuristic exterior is a modern and comfortable interior with celestial  accents. This UFO room is no doubt the perfect place to take the family  for a futuristic camping trip. What better way to escape reality and  relive your childhood? Tree Hotel Website via [Colossal]
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UFO Treehouse Hotel

in Harads, Northern Sweden that allows guests to stay in tree house rooms, each with their own theme. So far there are five unique tree rooms available and twenty-four planned to be built. The five tree rooms that are currently available for booking are the Cabin, the Mirrorcube, the Bird’s Nest, the Blue Cone and the UFO.

The UFO room, wich is built to house four people, is particularly unique. From the outside the unit looks out of place in the forest environment. But then again where would a UFO blend in with its surroundings? Nevertheless, the UFO looks realistic, like a spaceship you would only see in the movies or your imagination. Beyond the futuristic exterior is a modern and comfortable interior with celestial accents. This UFO room is no doubt the perfect place to take the family for a futuristic camping trip. What better way to escape reality and relive your childhood? Tree Hotel Website via [Colossal]