Long layover at Birmingham Alabama airport (BHM) or in nearby hotels

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Possibility to spend the night at Birmingham Alabama airport (BHM), if open 24 hours. Services available, places to rest (free resting zones), or look for the list of nearby hotels and vip lounges.

Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area


Spending the night at the airport

Birmingham airport stays open during the night, which means you will be able to spend the night inside the enclosure if your flight is cancelled and you have to wait until the next day. Make sure you have earplugs or headphones so the noise does not bother you.

Where to rest: Most seats are uncomfortable, but you can find a few benches without armrests on the ticketing level and in the Arrivals area. Many hotels close to the airport operate shuttles for the transfer of their guests to and from the enclosure.

Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices, so you will have to keep your bags with you until checking-in.

Eating and drinking: During the night, the only available options are vending machines.

Wi-Fi: Free access.

Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's playgrounds, nursing areas.


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Nearby Hotels

Among the closest hotels, you can find: Ramada by Wyndham Birmingham Airport (Tel +1 205 591 7900), Holiday Inn Birmingham-Airport (Tel +1 205 909 1999), Quality Inn Airport-Southeast (Tel +1 205 956 4100), America's Best Inn - Birmingham Airport (Tel +1 205 592 6110), Relax Inn (Tel +1 205 591 5575), Sky Inn (Tel +1 205 925 6828), American Interstate Motel (Tel +1 205 595 4609), Bama Motel (Tel +1 205 833 7141), Motel 8 Inn (Tel +1 205 595 1991), Birmingham Garden Inn (Tel +1 205 951 0700). Most options provide shuttle services to and from the terminal.

Latest updates: March 23, 2019

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