This is a 1965 Boeing 727, which was transported to the jungle and transformed into a hotel that looks like it has landed on the trees!
It has 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room and a comfortable balcony with endless jungle views.
2. A Quinta da Auga, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
An old paper factory turned into a luxury hotel!
The building was completely abandoned but today has 59 rooms in the old warehouse overlooking the river.
3. Ahilya Fort, Maheshwar, India
An old fort, built in the mid-18th century for Queen Ahilya, on the cliffs of the Namada River.
The exterior of the building remains the same, however the interior has become a luxury hotel.
4. Augustine Hotel, Prague Czech Republic
A hotel that offers absolute tranquility, in a building that was a 13th century monastery. It has been operating as a hotel since 2009 and is the newest-oldest hotel in the city!
There are still monks living there but in a separate wing.
5. Henry Jones Art Hotel, Hobart, Australia
On the outside the sign reads “H. Jones & Co jams”, since from 1861 the building housed a jam factory.
Today it is a 56-room hotel with an emphasis on art, presenting more than 300 works of art on its premises.
6. Hotel Re!, Singapore
Judging from the outside, you would not have imagined that the building was once Pearl Hill Elementary School, the tallest school in the country from 1972 to 2001.
Today it is a modern hotel with 140 rooms and 12 floors.
7. Långholmen, Stockholm, Sweden
From 1840 to 1975 the building was a prison!
Today the cells have been turned into rooms with colorful decor and curtains instead of the prison irons!
8. Locanda RosaRosae, Breda di Piave, Italy
A mill of 1570, which when you see it you think is still working!
The interior consists of 4 rooms, decorated with simple and traditional objects.
9. Molja Lighthouse, Ålesund, Norway
A lighthouse hotel! The room is circular, with 2 very small and narrow floors.
They have an impressive view of the movement of ships in the fjord.
10. The Old Railway Station Petworth, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Hotel …. on an old train! Trains began carrying passengers to Petworth Station in 1859. Today you can not travel by this train, but you can stay on it!
The hotel has 2 rooms in the old station but even more beautiful are the 4 rooms – train cars.