Amazing or what?! Yes, that's right.....it is actually an old Boeing 747 - the first in the world to be converted into a hostel with more than 30 rooms. It sits on a disused runway at Stockholm airport, and is a 15 minute walk from the main terminal, or via a shuttle bus which takes just 5 minutes.
The plane was previously used by various airlines including Pan Am and Singapore, and has certainly been given a new lease of life! Some spaces are multi-occupancy dorms, while others like the flight deck (see photo below) are en-suite double bedrooms, so don't be put off by the term 'hostel'. The Cockpit suite has its own bathroom with shower.
The first class cabin has been converted into a 24 hour cafe, and there are plans to convert the engines into rooms, and also utilise the wings. The fixtures and fittings of the jumbo have mostly been retained (the signs notifying you where the emergency exits are still exist); however on renovating the aircraft, they added things like wi-fi and flat-screen TVs to make the experience more pleasant.