Travelers sleep in all sorts of places, from traditional hotel rooms to private villas to sleeping bags to tree houses.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has converted one of its planes into a Spacious Airplane Apartment with a view, of the airport that is, the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in North Holland, Netherlands. The converted plane is listed on Airbnb.
Now, three lucky people could get the chance to sleep on a plane in style.
KLM's description of the plane states: "Located right beside the runway of Amsterdam's bustling Schiphol airport, our detached airplane comes with all conveniences and will truly be your home away from home. Inside the bright 366m² plane with 116 windows you will find a large living room, one master bedroom, two children's beds, two kitchens and eight small bathrooms. It comes with Wi-Fi, a toaster, a coffeemaker, comfortable first class chairs, a game console and a giant cockpit panorama window.
Have a look at the photos.
Livingroom inside the KLM converted airliner listed on Airbnb. Image Airbnb
Master bed inside the KLM converted airliner listed on Airbnb. Image: Airbnb
Floorplan inside the KLM converted airliner listed on Airbnb. Image: Airbnb
Thankfully, there are house rules for the winners:
• No flying.
• Don't use the inflatable emergency slide.
• Smoking is not allowed when the non-smoking sign is on.
• No marshmallow roasting with the jet engines.
• Please water our plants and feed our fish.
• The consumption of alcohol is not allowed.
• Please treat our plane like you treat your own plane.
If you are interested, you must enter the contest by November 20, 2014.