Arizona March 18, 2019
You Can Sleep In A Vintage 1964 Airplane Right Here In Arizona
aircraft boneyard isn’t the only place where you can see decommissioned planes in Arizona. In fact, this Phoenix Airbnb affords guests the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sleep underneath one! Check it out:
Not only is this unique house built around a 1964 Piper PA-28 Cherokee airplane, but it's also partially underground. Sleep beneath the streets of Phoenix in this post-apocalyptic, steel bunker.
One bedroom sleeps up to two guests, and bathroom facilities are located outdoors. You'll share a backyard with three other nearby Airbnbs.
Childlike whimsy is the theme here, as evidenced by storybook-esque scenes covering the walls. Airplanes do loop-de-loops in the sky, letting you drift into a dreamland high above the clouds.
This is the outdoor shower. Even though it's communal, a locking door ensures maximum privacy.
At just $99 per night, Airplane House is an absolute steal - especially given its close proximity to the Downtown Arts District and the University of Phoenix. Guests check themselves in, and the owner lives right across the street, always eager to address any needs or issues.
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