Airport know how

Sleeping In Airports will help you make the most of your time spent at any airport.

Airport know how

There are many perks of travel, the new sights to be seen, food to be eaten, cultures to be discovered … and then there’s the time spent travelling and, even worse, waiting in airports.

Thankfully there’s a website to help you make the most of your time spent at any airport. Sleeping in Airports is specifically designed to solve all your airport-related issues. Want free wifi? It’s got you covered (excuse the pun). Feel like freshening up with a shower? No problem, Sleeping In Airports lists the locations where you can do so.

As the name suggests, should you also be staying the night at the airport, detailed reviews will help you with everything you need to get the best sleep possible, from the best places to curl up to the optimal sleeping position.

The equivalent of the Lonely Planet for airports, the site features tips and tricks, reviews from fellow travellers, a list of the best and worst airports, and information on airport lounges and hotels.

A must-visit before booking your next long layover, take a look at Sleeping In Airports and tell us what you think. Have you ever slept at an airport before? What tip would you give travellers thinking about doing so?


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    22nd Aug 2015
    Once flying to the UK we had a fairly long stop at Changi so we booked into the Ambassador Transit Hotel for a few hours. The room was ok (but pretty dark) and my husband pulled back the curtains hoping to see planes but it was a brick wall. However we did manage a few hours sleep so would consider doing it again.
    22nd Aug 2015
    Have flown with Qatar Airlines just recently to Europe,had a 9 hr stopover in Doha.The airline put all passengers stopping that long into a hotel(the best I've ever stayed in)free of charge,great service,am flying again with them soon.
    23rd Aug 2015
    no worries sunshine!
    22nd Aug 2015
    I think the above article was meant to ask us if we had slept in the airport itself, like the lady is doing, and you see on TV, not in a Hotel!!
    22nd Aug 2015
    nice of you to correct me Dizzy
    24th Aug 2015
    I've walked past people sleeping in airports and have always found myself thinking that I'd be concerned about being robbed or sleeping past my flights departure time - the combination of these would make it very hard for me to get off to sleep.
    It would be a last resort thing for me - not something I'd plan in advance to cut costs.

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