For $74,000 an hour, you can wine, dine, sleep and fly aboard the world’s very first 2,400-square foot private Boeing 787.

Designer Jacques Pierrejean and consulting firm Kestrel Aviation Management merged forces to create this stunning interior for the richest rich. It took two and a half years to design a one-of-a-kind aircraft, featuring a living room, master bedroom, bathrooms, dining room, guest room, walk-in closet and kitchen.

Owned and operated by Deer Jet, a Chinese aviation company, this $300 million jet is a dream that most of us will never get to experience. Nonetheless, thanks to the airplanes caretakers and blogger Sam Chui, we can now take you on a journey through the inside.

Lounge

Dreamliner private jet

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As you enter the plane, you are greeted by a lounge that’s large enough to entertain up to sixteen guests. The area features three large 47-inch TV’s, a couch with several soft, leather chairs that can be moved around with a push of a button, and two dining tables to enjoy snacks, drinks or even a meal. The area is so efficient that even the dining table can be converted back into a coffee table with a flip of a switch.

Guest Cabin

Dreamliner private jet

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On the other side of the living room is a guest cabin with eighteen first-class seats that convert into fully flat beds, perfect for those traveling long-haul overnight. Moreover, there are five separate lavatories for all the guests, including the private one located inside the master bedroom. You no longer will need to wait in line to use the loo.

Bedroom

Private Dreamliner Boeing 787 Jet

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Feeling tired? The large master bedroom is equipped with a king bed, sizable TV that can appear and disappear behind a panel (used when needed), refrigerator, coffee maker, as well as a dressing room, walk-in closet and an attached restroom.

Private Jet Boeing 787 Bathroom 

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The bathroom itself is a marvel, with large marble sinks for two people, a shower that’s double in size, and heated marble floors to keep you cozy after washing.

The entire bedroom is completely private with no windows, giving it a very hotel-like feel. If it’s a smooth ride, then you may never even believe you’re 30,000 feet above the ground.

The interior of the private Boeing 787 has been designed with hues of grey, gold, and brown to give it the finest touch of luxury. These colors also help guests feel comfortable while still maintaining chic modernity.

For those of you looking for a visual tour, we recommend you watch the short video below, curtesy of Kestrel Aviation Management. Enjoy!

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