Around the world in 24 days, vacationers take to a hotel in the sky

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Four Seasons is bringing its luxury accommodations to the sky. Its extravagant Boeing 757 will start making trips around the world in 2016.

The plane features 52 flatbed leather seats and handwoven carpets.

The cabin crew includes an executive chef, sous chef, concierge and guest services manager.

The first flight will be a 24-day, nine-destination trip starting in Los Angeles and ending in London.

Stops include Hawaii, Bali, Thailand and more with accommodations at Four Seasons Hotels.

The price tag on all that? $132,000 per person.

Caviar and champagne are served anytime on the Four Seasons’ new private jet http://t.co/FVg6eOUr08 pic.twitter.com/zXht2v3Py1

— Bloomberg Pursuits (@luxury) April 24, 2015

SNEAK PEAK: Here’s what you get for a S$160,000 ticket on @FourSeasons‘ new private jet http://t.co/rZIgOcmevM pic.twitter.com/teNNhEKxTg

— TODAY T (@tdy_T) April 23, 2015

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