Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Atlanta airport operates with numerous flights and connections not only inside the United States, but also with the rest of the world, so movement is constant, even at night. Flights are commonly delayed or cancelled because of inclement weather. For a better rest, it is recommended to have a sleeping mask, earplugs and blankets.
Where to rest: Most seats have armrests. The best location for catching some sleep is concourse F of the International Terminal, although you can also find a few comfortable benches in concourse E. In addition, if you have a sleeping bag you can take advantage of the carpeted corridor between concourses A and B. Inside both terminals there are also VIP lounges with more amenities, a couple of which are even open 24 hours a day. As for hotels, muchas opciones en las cercanías ofrecen traslados para sus huéspedes.
Baggage: The terminals do not operate luggage storage offices.
Eating and drinking: Several eateries around the enclosure remain open throughout the night.
Restrooms: Showers only inside the VIP lounges.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, commercial stores, chapels, nursing rooms.
The Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel (Tel +1 404 209 9999) is located adjacent to the terminals. Some alternatives, most of which provide courtesy transport for their guests, include: Atlanta Airport Marriott Gateway (Tel +1 404 763 1544), SpringHill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway (Tel +1 770 907 8880), Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Atlanta Airport-North (Tel +1 404 305 9990), Solis Two Porsche Drive (Tel +1 470 466 3300), Best Western Plus Atlanta Airport-East (Tel +1 404 763 8777), Maison LaVigne (Tel +1 404 754 5137), La Quinta Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport North (Tel +1 404 209 1800), Drury Inn & Suites Atlanta Airport (Tel +1 404 761 4900), Hilton Atlanta Airport (Tel +1 404 767 9000).