Checking in at this Flying Luxurious The Dream Jet Hotel Will Cost You $74,000 an Hour
Have you seen this flying luxurious The Dream Jet Hotel? For $74,000 an hour you can stay here!
Boasting heated floors, a master bedroom as well as a full shower this flying hotel is just like any other hotels, except is inside a plane.
When there are so many things you can do with $74,000, staying at this hotel for an hour, might not be in the list.
The world’s first Boeing 787 Dreamliner designer for private charter has been in the air since 2016, but since this May it became a luxurious flying hotel.
Officially unveiled this May, with a high-profile, around the world tour, the plane landed in Shanghai, Hong Kong, London, Dublin, Doha, Riyadh, and Seattle.
Who made it possible?
All possible thanks to the Chinese aviation charter company Deer Jet, which is its owner and operator, the plane toured media and potential clients though the most amazing places.
The plane’s master bedroom, with its California king-sized bed and en-suite bathroom, impressed every one of its guests. In addition, the plane features walk-in closet with safe, art-filled lounge, dining room, and many more.
Consulting firm Kestrel Aviation and French aircraft interior designer Jacques Pierrejean spent more than two years designing the custom interior.
The VVIP, aka Very Very Important Person design, and its seats spread on a total of 2,300-square-foot space.
The place can seat more than 220 passengers if is set up for a traditional airline.
Speaking with Traveler, a journalist who recently toured the jet said: “It would be impossible to get comfortable on a plane like this. You’d have to suspend disbelief of thinking this is a normal way to travel.”
What do you get for an hour on-board of the plane?
An hour on-board means you deciding on your own itinerary, not having to share the plane with other passengers, and enjoying total privacy.
The 787’s ability to fly non-stop for 17 hours now brings almost any airport in the world within range for their clients. And, with all the legroom they could ever want, fliers will barely feel the effects of the lengthy travel time.
They promise “seven-star service,” but on-board of this plane comes with built-in highlights, like advanced filtering and humidifying systems for cleaner, healthier air, and noise reduction.
Where you can go?
If you don’t know where you want to go, the company has got that covered as well. They created “Dream Journey” itineraries.
You can go from Hong Kong to Tahiti for a week’s stay in the presidential suite at the St. Regis Bora Bora.
But that’s not your thing you can go to Paris for four nights at Waldorf Astoria’s Trianon Palace Versailles.
Where you want to go?
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