Singapore (CNN) -- Singapore Airlines is offering a whole new level of luxury for some first-class international travelers.
It is now offering in-plane "suites" that look more like hotel rooms.
They can be individually closed off from the aisle with half-height sliding doors.
Travelers in the suites can get work done on high speed internet or dine on Wedgwood china.
There's also a 32-inch, HDTV, leather-lined storage nooks, and a touchscreen control tablet for lighting and the entertainment system.
The upgrades can be found on a total of 19 A380s used by singapore airlines -- they're part of an $850 million investment in aircraft interiors by the company.
You can already buy tickets for the new suites if you're flying from Singapore to Sydney, Australia, but they're expensive, starting at $6,600 for a round trip.
Even in business class, two seats together can convert into a double bed.