Be the envy of everyone you know with a stay in this ultra-luxe Boeing 737, perched on a 150-metre cliff in Bali’s southwest corner of Uluwatu.
Inside are two bedrooms, a stone bathtub and private infinity pool. There’s a wing-top terrace, bar, sunken patio, garden and firepit. Minimalist décor gives it an effortlessly ‘chic feel’ – reminiscent of a high-end resort.
Arrive in style, by helicopter, landing on the plane’s helipad, or simply drive up and take advantage of the free parking on site.
With sprawling views across Nyang Nyang Beach, days can be spent lounging around the spacious outdoor relaxation areas basking in the blissful surrounds, or take the short walk down to the beach. When hunger calls, there are multiple restaurants all within a ten-minute drive.
Founder Felix Demi says the former Indonesian airline Mandala Air plane was “taken apart like lego” to be transported to the site and was years in the making. The interior was completely stripped and designed with top-of-the-line amenities. It’s now a permanent fixture on the site.
Reservations are open for stays after April for around A$11,400 per night.