Four Season Hotels, the luxury five-star hotel company, is extending its extravagant service to air travel with the launch of private jet service.
The Canada-based hotel company said it is retrofitting a Boeing 757 plane with Four Seasons luxury to give “discerning travelers a distinctly Four Seasons travel experience.”
Translation: Starting in February 2015, the pimped-out jet will take well-heeled travelers to see some of the world’s coolest destinations and stay in swanky Four Seasons rooms. Instead of the usual 233 seats on the 757, the plane will have 52 lay-flat leather seats, handcrafted in Italy.
The tab: A 24-day trip around the world will cost $119,000 per person.
Hotel minibar charges are not included.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times