Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Boston airport is a large place with numerous shops and eateries. Layover passengers wishing to spend the night inside the enclosure will have to remain in the public area once the security checkpoints close for the night. The place can get pretty chilly, so make sure to pack something warm.
Where to rest: Most seats have armrests, so your best option will probably be to have a sleeping bag and lay on the floor. The quietest spots for this end are found on the third level of Terminal A and in the food court of Terminal C. However, there are a few benches without armrests in the baggage reclaim area of Terminal C, inside Terminal E and in the connecting hallway between terminals A and E. When there are many canceled flights due to inclement weather, the airport staff can provide you with a cot for a better rest. The terminals have several VIP lounges for those passengers that qualify, but keep in mind that they close at night. As for hotels, there are a couple of options next to the airport grounds.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices inside the terminals.
Eating and drinking: Inside Terminal B, you can find a few options that are open during the night.
Restrooms: Showers only inside some of the VIP lounges.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's play areas, baby changing facilities.
The Hilton Boston Logan Airport is connected to terminals A and E through covered walkways, while the Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor is found next to the enclosure. In the vicinity, you can also find accommodations offering courtesy transfers for their guests.
Embassy Suites Boston at Logan Airport (1.2 km/0.7 miles)
Château sur Mer Bed & Breakfast (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Logan Airport (2.3 km/1.4 miles)
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Boston Logan Airport/Chelsea (2.5 km/1.6 miles)
Boston Yacht Haven (2.6 km/1.6 miles)