Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
The new Dakar airport is open 24 hours a day, so passengers with a connecting flight early in the morning or whose flight is delayed can spend the night inside the enclosure. Have earplugs and a mask handy for a better rest.
Where to rest: In the baggage reclaim area, there are a few benches, but you will probably have to sleep on the floor. The Departures area, on the other hand, has a few carpeted sectors if you are allowed inside. Inside the terminal, there are also a few VIP lounges with more amenities, and some of them are open around the clock. A few hotels in the city offer shuttle services for their guests.
Baggage: There are no left luggage services inside this airport at the moment.
Eating and drinking: Eateries in the terminal are closed at night.
Wi-Fi: Free access.
Although there are no accommodations inside the grounds, some of the nearby hotels operate shuttle services for their guests.
Ker Lep Jamm (11 km/6.8 miles)
Begue Pokai (11.1 km/6.9 miles)
Le Rothie (11.4 km/7.1 miles)
Iris Hotel (11.5 km/7.1 miles)
Hotel Mimosa Airport (11.6 km/7.2 miles)