Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
A large airport with many things to keep you entertained while you wait for your flight departure. It is always busy, so it is recommended to have headphones or earplugs.
Where to rest: Generally, seating is not very comfortable, but you can find some benches with no armrests throughout the enclosure, for example, by gates A22, A31-32, A39, A56-70, B80-95 and C26-28. In addition, if you have a sleeping bag or blankets, there are many secluded nooks where you can lay down, especially on the upper level, where there are carpeted floors. Another option (by paying or through a credit card providing the service) is to enter one of the VIP lounges, keeping in mind that they close at night. On the other hand, there is a hotel right next to the terminal.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices.
Eating and drinking: The only option that stays open during the night is Einstein Bros. Bagels, in concourse C.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited access.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, prayer room, children's playground, nursing rooms.
The Westin Denver International Airport is situated next to the terminal. Other accommodations in the surroundings provide shuttle services to and from the airport.
Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center (7 km/4.3 miles)
Hyatt House Denver Airport (8.6 km/5.3 miles)
Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Denver International Airport (8.7 km/5.4 miles)
Best Western Plus Denver International Airport Inn & Suites (8.7 km/5.4 miles)
Denver Airport Cornerstay (8.8 km/5.5 miles)