The terminals remain open 24 hours a day, therefore those passengers with a canceled flight or a connecting flight at night or with a departure very early in the morning have the alternative of not moving from the airport and thus avoid extra hotel expenses and transfers.
The public area of the second floor of Terminal A is one of the most used areas. Terminal B, being not operational yet, is usually the quietest, although it does not have enough infrastructure yet. Terminal C presents similar conditions to Terminal A. It is always advisable to bring some eye covers and earplugs, since the airport (in particular terminals A and C) has a lot of life even at night and is usually a bit noisy. If you have to sleep on the floor, have some blankets on hand, as it is pretty cold. Those passengers who have a pass for the VIP rooms have the possibility of enjoying greater comfort. For a good sleep, passengers have the alternative to book into a nearby hotel. Below are the accommodation alternatives.
No left luggage services are available at the moment.
Terminals A and C have bars, cafés, fast food outlets and restaurants open 24 hours a day.
Duty free stores available 24 hours a day in terminals A and C, so if you cannot sleep you will have something to entertain you.
There are showers inside the airport's VIP lounges.
The airport offers free and unlimited Internet Wi-Fi access.
currency exchange desks are available 24 hours.
Pharmacies and drugstores are open 24/7
In the enclosure's surroundings it is possible to find several accommodations. Some of them provide complimentary shuttle services for their guests.
Eze Inn Boutique Hotel (3 km/1.9 miles)
Posada de las Águilas Hotel Boutique (3.2 km/2 miles)
Bernie's Bed & Breakfast (3.3 km/2.1 miles)
Hospedaje El Nagual (4.6 km/2.9 miles)
Posada Quinta Pata (4.9 km/3 miles)