Lately, an abandoned Boeing 747 jumbo jet was transformed into a 25-room hotel in the Stockholm-Arlanda airport and now, we have the Hotelicopter – the world’s first flying hotel made from a huge Soviet-made Mil V-12 helicopter. (Pics)
Designed with the sophisticated, affluent traveler in mind, the Hotelicopter has 18 lavish rooms for people on the hunt for a truly unique inimitable travel experience. Each soundproofed room comes with a queen-sized bed, fine linens, a mini-bar, coffee machine, wireless internet access, flatscreen TVs and a range of amenities you’d look for in a flying five star hotel. Other lavish features include private entertainment systems, showers, spa treatments, Jacuzzi, yoga classes, arcade gaming, a tea garden, Babysitting & Kids’ Kamp, blackjack/ping-pong table and playground for kids. The flying hotel will take its first flight this summer. The Hotelicopter will be also be available for rent for special events and occasions.