Singapore-Buildt Airplane Turned Into Swedish Hotel

According to Avionnews  a Singaporean Jumbo-jet is now turned into a hotel in Stockholm.
In the Arlanda airport, a B-747/200 has been parked and turned in an hotel. Seats have been all removed, pilots cabin has become a suite and the rest of the aircraft has been divided in rooms, from one to four beds. The hotel rooms will have a minimum price of 108 euros, breakfast included.
The plane is built in 1976 for Singapore Airlines, it than flew for Pan Am and repainted with the colours of Swedish carrier Transjet.