Sleep In a 747 Cockpit For $420

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I loved the Swedish 747 Jumbo Hostel, not because it was Swedish, but because it's funky to have a hotel in an airplane. Here is how it looks inside, including its $420 cockpit suite—which, incidentally, it's awesome:

But as much as I like it, it is just way too expensive for what it is. The rest of the rooms are supposed to be low cost, but they are quite expensive too: $45 to share a room with other male or female guests, or $122 for an individual room. In both cases, you have to share toilet and shower. You know, it's like having all the inconveniences of flying—and more—but without the possibility of crashing.


And here you can see it in a video:

I'm curious, but for those prices, I would rather go sleep in a hotel room with its own bathroom—and keep having sex in actual flights. [Jumbo Hostel]