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Long layover at Gdansk airport (GDN) or in nearby hotels

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Possibility to spend the night at Gdansk airport (GDN), if open 24 hours. Services available, places to rest (free resting zones), or look for the list of nearby hotels and vip lounges.

Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area

Spending the night at the airport

Gdansk airport is small, safe and quiet, and generally there is little movement at night. It is recommended to have a sleeping bag or blankets, as the place is usually pretty cold.

Where to rest: You will find plenty of benches and sofas in the main hall, where you can lay down to get some rest. Next to gate 22 is situated a children's playground where you can lay on the floor. In addition, in Terminal 2 there is a VIP lounge with more amenities, although it closes at night, and a hotel is located next to the main building.

Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices. You will have to keep your bags with you until check-in time.

Eating and drinking: Most food shops are closed during the night, but there is an icecream store that remains open 24 hours a day.

Wi-Fi: Free for 15 minutes.

Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby care facilities, children's playground.

Booking accommodation

Nearby Hotels

The Hampton by Hilton Gdansk Airport is found next to the enclosure. You can find other options nearby, among them:

Airport Motel GDN (0.5 km/0.3 miles)
Hostel Lotniskowy (0.6 km/0.4 miles)
Hotel Faros (1.1 km/0.7 miles)
Home&Slow Life (1.4 km/0.9 miles)
Sleepinn Gdansk Airport (1.4 km/0.9 miles)

Latest updates: May 19, 2019

  Scoring of Gdansk airport

Overall Scoring:
Scoring in Stay Overnite at The Airport (sleeping conditions):
VIP Lounge Pass