Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Where to restAlthough there are hotels nearby, not all passengers are willing to pay for a couple of hours' sleep. This is not a very comfortable airport to spend the night, as few of the seats do not have armrests. Some restaurants and fast food outlets have more comfortable armchairs. Other options are the seats by gates B, D, E and H, and the free lounges by gates A27-31. As the floor is likely to end up being your resting place, it's a good idea to have a blanket or sleeping bag handy. The VIP lounges tend to have more amenities, but are closed at night and the maximum stay is usually 2-3 hours.
BaggageThe luggage storage in Terminal 3 closes at 11:00 pm and reopens at 7:00 am, so you will have to keep your bags overnight.
Eating and drinkingThere are a few alternatives open throughout the night in Terminal 3. Vending machines are also available in all terminals.
RestroomsShowers only inside the VIP lounges.
Wi-FiThe airport provides free and unlimited service.
Other services open around the clockATMs, baby changing facilities.
HelloSky is located opposite the terminals, while the Hilton Rome Airport is connected by a covered walkway. In addition, there is plenty to choose from nearby, and many accommodations are serviced by shuttle buses to and from the airport.
QC Termeroma Spa and Resort (1.8 km/1.1 miles)
Hilton Garden Inn Rome Airport (1.9 km/1.2 miles)
Vegan Inn Airport (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Domus Porto Di Traiano Resort (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
B&B Malù (2.2 km/1.4 miles)