You can stay in a hotel shaped like a plane in Turkey – with private beach and four swimming pools
IF YOU fancy a taste of the jet-set lifestyle, then you’ll take the opportunity to spend the night in a hotel shaped like an airplane.
Inspired by the world’s fastest passenger plane, the Concorde De Luxe Resort is a must for aviation enthusiasts.
The hotel’s exterior has a curved, aerodynamic roof with a “cockpit” at the top of the building that faces a Blue Flag beach.
Though the private beach is less than a five-minute walk away, the hotel has four outdoor pools and one indoor pool, all on-site.
There is an adults-only pool, a splash park, a hydrotherapy pool, and a water park.
Other outdoor amenities include several tennis courts, a miniature golf course, a bowling alley, a kids’ club, and many other daytime games.
Guests can also use canoes and pedal boats on the hotel’s private beach.
The hotel has seven types of suites that guests can stay in, including a deluxe sea view room.
The Concorde-inspired hotel also has 12 restaurants (including six with a la carte menus) and 16 bars serving coffee, pastries, and alcoholic beverages.
In the evening, vacationers are invited to watch a live show, use the microphone for a karaoke session, or let off steam in a disco.
Other amenities include a spa with a steam room, whirlpool, and gym.
Guests can also book a manicure or pedicure or go shopping at the hotel’s gift shop.
Located on Lara Beach in Antalya, Turkey, all-inclusive stays can be booked from £73 per person for two people sharing a room.
This isn’t the only airplane-shaped hotel that vacationers can stay at.
In Bali, a Boeing 737 has been converted into a luxury hotel and guests are invited to spend the night.
The Private Jet Villa is now perched on the cliff and will officially open to guests in March 2023.
Here are some other Boeing 747 conversions including hotels, party booths and cafes.
There are plenty of other quirky hotels that Brits can stay in too, including a wine bottle shaped hotel or one shaped like an asshole
A number of hotels in Britain are also unusual, having been converted from old prison buildings.
HMP Bridwell in Liverpool and Malmaison Hotel in Oxford are now luxury hotels built into old prison cells.
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