Jumbo Jet Hostel Cleared for Takeoff

In what might be one of the coolest lodging ventures ever, Jumbo Hostel unveiled the world’s first jumbo jet hostel.

Entrepreneur Oscar Diös spent the last four months acquiring and refurbrishing the retired Boeing 747-200.

The hostel features 25 rooms and a total of 85 beds ranging from a ‘cockpit suite,’ to personal dorms complete with shared bathrooms.

Pricing varies from €35 to €40 per night, that’s about $45.


Sources: Jumbo Hostel, CNN, Reuters


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