Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Glasgow airport operates many flights and connections. As a result, it is often busy, even at night. Have headphones or earplugs ready. It's also important to note that waiting times at the airport can vary depending on flights and the season, so be prepared for any contingencies.
Where to rest: On the second floor of the Main Terminal, there is a food court with comfortable benches, as well as next to the security checkpoint. As for Terminal 2, there is a carpeted floor in the ticket office area. Another option (for a fee or with a credit card that provides the service) is to use one of the VIP lounges, where you have access to more comfort and privacy, such as reclining seats, Wi-Fi, TVs and free drinks. The only problem is that they close at night. There are also two hotels in the immediate vicinity of the site.
Baggage: You can leave your bags in an office located in the check-in area, but only between 4:00 am and 8:00 pm.
Eating and drinking: There are two coffee shops open during the evening in the public area, plus vending machines.
Wi-Fi: Free for 1 hour.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing facilities, prayer room, children's play area.
The Holiday Inn Express - Glasgow Airport is connected to the main terminal by a covered walkway, while the Holiday Inn - Glasgow Airport is located approximately 30 metres away. A variety of alternatives can be found in the vicinity of the site, some even offering shuttle services for their guests.
Courtyard by Marriott Glasgow Airport (0.4 km/0.2 miles)
Glynhill Hotel & Spa (1.7 km/1.1 miles)
Ashtree House Hotel, Glasgow Airport & Paisley (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Normandy Hotel (2.4 km/1.5 miles)
The Ferry Inn (3.9 km/2.4 miles)