Aviation Themed Hotels

Aircraft Hotels

Converted Boeing 727
Costa Rica

 

Holland - The Netherlands

The plane is an Ilyushin 18 and was built in 1960. In its first years, it served as a government plane for the DDR top dogs, including Erich Honecker. From 1964 to 1986 Interflug, an East-German airline company, used it for flights to countries like Cuba, Russia, China and Vietnam. It could accommodate a total of 120 passengers and a four-man crew in the cockpit. After the German unification the plane served as a restaurant for 15 years until it was acquired by Hotelsuites.nl in 2007.

Jumbo Jet Hotel/Hostel Stockholm

 

Near the famous Waitomo Caves in New Zealand

Promoted as "one of the last allied planes out of Vietnam", this 1950s Bristol freighter now serves as themed accommodation for travellers on rafting and spelunking trips in New Zealand. While amenities are light, the plane sleeps four in two separate rooms, one of which is located in the cockpit and accessible only by ladder.

 

Litchfield Hills Connecticut U.S.

Amenities do not get more thrilling than this: a 17,000 pound meticulously restored 1968 Sikorsky Sea King Pelican HH3F awaits your arrival in this cottage which resembles a hangar. Climb into the cockpit for a "flight of fancy", enjoy a drink in the fuselage or cozy up by the wood burning stove. This cottage evokes a genuine sense of wonder and amazement.

Housed in a charming red cottage, this restored Sikorsky Sea King helicopter contains a wood-burning stove, a kitchenette, a bar, and even a TV. The sleeping quarters, however, are in the cottage itself.