Abandoned Boeing 737 to be Converted Into a Luxury Vacation Villa in Bali

This Boeing 737 once flew the skies for commercial air travel. Now, it is being transformed into a luxury villa complete with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an infinity pool, a side terrace and helipad.

Led by entrepreneur and travel enthusiast Felix Demin alongside investor Alexander Lebedev, the retired aircraft was carefully transported and positioned on a cliff overlooking Bali’s Nyang Nyang beach, where it was stripped of all seats and flying equipment to make room for the luxe transformation. When complete, the jet will be a one-of-a-kind hotel destination available to rent for about $7,300 a night.  

Renderings of the finished project show a bright, airy interior featuring a spa-like bathroom with a circular stone bathtub where the cockpit once was, light-toned wood work throughout the space, a kitchen and dining area, two spacious bedrooms and an additional soaking tub. 

Outside, guests will be able to enjoy the luxury of an infinity pool and lounging area, as well as be able to walk out onto one of the plane’s wings that has been transformed into a terrace facing the amazing ocean views. 

Additional amenities include free Wifi, a 24-hour front help desk and self-parking. And for those who won’t be using on-ground transportation, a helipad is also on the property. 

Learn more and stay up to date on this luxury escape by visiting the Instagram account @privatejetvilla.

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