Airbnb Wants You To Sleep In A Plane… Instead Of In A Hotel
Photo Credit: Anthony Intraversato | Unsplash

Photo Credit: Anthony Intraversato | Unsplash

Airbnb Wants You To Sleep In A Plane… Instead Of In A Hotel

France
Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Aug 29, 2019

For those with an adventurous spirit and “willing to try anything” attitude, airbnb.com has a once in a lifetime experience worth checking out. With a 5-star rating and rave reviews for host, Guillaume, maybe sleeping in an airplane isn’t so bad. If you are looking for unique accommodations for your next vacation to France this could be it.

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This airplane home listed on airbnb.com is located in the village of Le Haut in St. Michel on the western coast of France just two minutes from the sea, next to the beaches of Tharon, Pornic, and Saint Brévin.

The completely remodeled airplane can accommodate up to four guests and includes a double bed, two single beds, kitchen, shower, and living room. There are also swimming pools on site for the warmer summer months.

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You will enjoy many of the same amenities you would find in a typical hotel room with AC, heating, hot water, TV, washer and dryer, and WiFi. Long-term stays are also offered if you find yourself not wanting to leave.

Guillaume has managed to create warmth and comfort inside a very unexpected space with simple design details and even a bit of French charm. He is also listed as an airbnb.com “superhost” ensuring that the space will be clean and your experience will be just as advertised.

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It will cost around $99/night depending on your travel dates to spend the night in this renovated airplane. But the memories (and Instagram photos) will be priceless.