Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Baltimore airport is open 24 hours a day and offers several things to do while you wait for your flight departure. Keep in mind that, once the security controls close for the night, you will not be able to walk from the public area to the safe area and viceversa.
Where to rest: There are some padded benches in concourses D and E, and seats with no armrests in concourse C and on the second floor. If you have a sleeping bag you can head for the observation deck, but there may be overhead announcements throughout the night. Passengers with a bigger budget will also find a few VIP lounges, but these are closed at night. Many accommodations nearby operate shuttle services for their guests.
Baggage: The terminal does not operate lockers nor luggage storage offices.
Eating and drinking: As the commercial stores close at night, you will have to get some snacks in advance.
Wi-Fi: Free for 45 minutes.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's playground, nursing rooms.
Within walking distance of the airport is situated the Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport (Tel +1 410 694 0808). There are other alternatives nearby, most of which provide courtesy transport services for thier guests. Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport (Tel +1 410 691 6969), Red Roof Plus+ Baltimore-Washington DC/BWI Airport (Tel +1 410 850 7600), Holiday Inn Baltimore BWI Airport (Tel +1 410 691 1000), BWI Airport Marriott (Tel +1 410 859 8300), Hampton Inn Baltimore-Washington International Airport (Tel +1 410 850 0600), La Quinta Inn & Suites Baltimore BWI Airport (Tel +1 410 859 2333), Country Inn & Suites by Radisson BWI Airport (Baltimore) MD (Tel +1 443 577 1036), Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Baltimore BWI Airport (Tel +1 410 691 1001), Courtyard Baltimore BWI Airport (Tel +1 410 859 8855).