Japanese hotel fits a First Class airline seat into its rooms with views of the runway

Here's a window seat worth asking for. This Japanese hotel lets you sit in First Class without paying the hefty prices.

Japanese hotel fits a First Class airline seat into its rooms with views of the runway

Likely to be a favourite among plane spotters, the executive rooms at this airport hotel in Japan now offer more than just sweeping views of the runway.

Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu – connected to Haneda Airport’s Terminal 2 – has added a shell-shaped First Class airline seat by the window in its popular “flyer rooms”, so guests can sit back, watch the planes and feel like they are in First Class.

For travellers who want room service, the hotel even goes as far as offering a “cabin-style” meal – presumably served while guests are in their seat.

To celebrate its new flyer rooms, the airport hotel is offering a special two-person only package (Sundays to Thursdays) for JPY 18,000 (£140) per person, including breakfast.

The offer is on until March 31 and includes a few freebies, such as a ‘drink set’ and Boeing 787 merchandise.

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