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I just found out that in Sweden there is an old Boeing 747 turned into a hotel. Where else in Europe can I find something like this? The closer to Germany, the better

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possible duplicate of Is there an aircraft hostel in Canada or USA? –  Karlson Jun 28 '13 at 12:44
    
@Karlson related - yes, but no dublicate, since I'm asking for Europe and not for America –  Dirty-flow Jun 28 '13 at 12:46
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Yep. You're right. My bad. Here is another one related: travel.stackexchange.com/questions/6058/… –  Karlson Jun 28 '13 at 12:48
    
Isn't his a list question ... ? –  PERSONA NON GRATA Jun 28 '13 at 16:49
    
Marcel - doesn't it depend on the number of responses? A question that'll only ever have a few should be fine, while one that could have 10s to 100s isn't –  Gagravarr Jun 28 '13 at 16:52
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In Netherlands there is this Airplane suite

The entire airplane has been converted into a single luxury suite for two guests. This means you have the complete craft at your disposal – including its top-flight facilities, which include a Jacuzzi, separate shower, infrared sauna, mini bar, 3 flat screen televisions, blu-ray DVD player with a comprehensive collection of DVDs, a pantry with oven/microwave combination, coffee and tea maker, free wireless internet, air conditioning, etc.

PRICE: An overnight stay for 2 persons including a luxury breakfast costs € 350. The airplane is available to you from 15:00 on the day of your arrival to 11:00 on the day of your departure.

There's also a sneak peak video featured by the BBC

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Just recently (yesterday), a hotel in Vlaardingen (close to Rotterdam) opened, and they also have a plane to stay in.

The website is only in Dutch (so far), but to summarize:

The room is suitable for 2 to 4 people, and the cockpit is equipped with a flight simulator. Pricing starts from €290 for a weekend.

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