Boeing 737 converted into unbelievable apartment with a jet engine hot tub

There's a jet engine hot tub to relax in.
  • This Boeing 737 has been converted into an Airbnb property
  • It’s called Marwell Mile High Airbnb
  • It features a jet engine hot tub and a flight simulator

Published on Feb 14, 2024 at 9:15PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 23, 2024 at 1:35PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain

A man has converted a Boeing 737 passenger jet into an Airbnb, allowing guests to rent out his unusual holiday home.

It’s called Marwell Mile High Airbnb and – as you can probably guess – there aren’t many like it.

On board the craft, which has had the back end sawn off, there are places to stay, and outside there’s even a jet engine hot tub to relax in.

You enter the property via the original aircraft staircase, and the attention to detail continues inside.

There are modern conveniences too, with an Xbox and TV in case you need to entertain yourself.

They’ve kept the original seats from the Boeing 737 plane in, as well as a glass floor that leads to the baggage hold.

You can get into the baggage hold too, where you’ll find a double bed.

Then, there’s a kitchen, complete with a beer fridge, and bathroom – making it a spacious and one-of-a-kind place to stay.

The showpiece is the cockpit, which is an aircraft simulator, allowing you to feel as if you’re flying the plane for real without leaving the ground.

All in all, it’s an experience you’ll never forget, especially if you’re into planes and flying.

So, if you find yourself in the Hampshire area of the UK, you know where to stay.

Or, why not check out this converted military helicopter Airbnb, if that’s more your thing.

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