Always up for adventurous travel, Jo-Ann's jet set life sees jumping her from one plane to the next in search of interesting people and experiences. So when we told her that her accommodation for her trip to Sweden was going to be abroad a 1976 Boeing 747-212B, she insisted we double check the itinerary. Converted from a grounded plane by innovative hostel owner Oscar Diös, Jo-Ann finds out why Jumbo Stay is not quite your down-to-earth alternative when looking up ‘hostel’ in Stockholm.
Brief facts about Jumbo Stay:
Airplane type: Boeing 747-212B Year of manufacture: 1976 Name: Liv (after owner’s daughter) Number of rooms: 27 Number of beds in total: 76 Number of beds per room: Two bunk beds Room size: Circa 6 square meters, 3 meters to ceiling