Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Burlington airport is open 24 hours a day, but you will not find many things to do while you wait for your flight departure. Once the security controls close for the night, layover passengers will have to remain in the public area of the terminal. In addition, it is best to have an eyemask and earplugs.
Where to rest: Next to the baggage reclaim area there are some comfortable seats, but the best place is definitely the upper level, above the ticketing area, where you will find many places where to lay down, such as sofas and benches without armrests. If that does not convince you, at the end of this article you have at your disposal several hotel options in the surroundings, some of which offer shuttle services.
Baggage: The airport does not operate any luggage storage office.
Eating and drinking: Only vending machines available during the night.
Restrooms: Showers inside the toilets located across from the observation deck, on the second floor.
Wi-Fi: Free access.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, relax and yoga areas, baby care rooms.
Minutes away from the airport you can find several accommodation options that offer complimentary transfers. La Quinta Inn & Suites South Burlington (Tel +1 802 865 3400), DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington Vermont (Tel +1 802 865 6600), Best Western Plus Windjammer Inn & Conference Center (Tel +1 802 863 1125), Ho Hum Motel (Tel +1 802 863 4551), Ethan Allen Motel (Tel +1 802 863 4573), Swiss Host Motel & Village (Tel +1 802 862 5734), Trader Duke's Hotel (Tel +1 802 658 0250), Anchorage Inn (Tel +1 802 863 7000), Holiday Inn Burlington (Tel +1 802 863 6363), Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington (Tel +1 802 652 4400).