Airbnb has partnered with KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to convert a retired airplane into luxurious overnight accommodation.

The remodeled jetliner is decked out with a master bedroom, two children’s beds, seven bathrooms, two kitchens and play areas.

Also included in the novelty accommodation are a library, private cinema and plenty of legroom!

Parked close to Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, the plane will serve as a pop-up hotel for a few days, from November 28 to November 30, 2014.

Three lucky Airbnb competition winners will get the chance to spend a night in the pimped up plane and will receive a round-trip ticket from KLM, as well as a $500 gift card.

The competition is part of Airbnb’s ‘Night At’ initiative that unlocks places around the world where it’s never before been possible to stay.

So far, this has included an IKEA store in Australia, the French Chateau Chenonceau, and a Waterstones bookstore in the UK.

Courtesy Inhabitat