Your Hotelicopter ride isn't going to happen

Want to enjoy the five-star hotel experience while noisily chugging jet fuel in the skies far above the plebian masses? Well, tough, because the Hotelicopter, the "world's first flying hotel," which began appearing in tech blogs over the past few days, was quickly outed as a fake. It's apparently a viral marketing stunt for Yotel, a premium lodging chain located inside European airports. But if you're still in the mood for high-elevation hoax lodging, may I recommend this North Korean monstrosity? Via Presurfer.

—Posted by David Griner

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