Nestled in the treetops is the 727 Fuselage Home, a hotel room made from an old 727 Boeing airplane. Hotel Costa Verde purchased the plane, which used to operate for South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines (Columbia), and using five big rig trucks transported the plane from the San Jose Airport to Quepos, Costa Rica.
The room itself contains two air-conditioned bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, and a dining area. The interior walls are covered with stately Costa Rican teak panels, and the sumptuous furniture is made from teak wood imported from Java, Indonesia. The room boasts 360 degree views, including vegetation and coastal sights. The plane itself is mounted on a 50 foot pedestal over top a rainforest bluff. Enjoy your stay up in the trees with the company of sloths, toucans, monkeys and more!
Kitchenette Dining Foyer
Ocean View From 727 Balcony
Colorful Night Sky