Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
The terminal remains open 24 hours a day, so passengers with a cancelled night flight or with a connection or departure very early in the morning can choose to stay inside the enclosure, avoiding transfer and extra expenses in hotels.
Where to rest: The ground floor of the boarding area has several benches. Since the lights and overhead announcements are still on at night, it is recommended to have earplugs and a sleeping mask. If you cannot go through the check-in process because there are still several hours remaining for your flight, you will have to sleep in the public area. The best option in that case is the food court. Passengers with a pass for the VIP lounges, which are open around the clock, have the chance of enjoying more comfort. If you have a bigger budget, you have the option of staying at the hotel situated opposite the terminal or search for an alternative in the vicinity. Further down you can find more information about accommodations.
Baggage: There is a 24-hour left luggage service in the Domestic Arrivals area, so you can leave your bags temporarily to be more comfortable.
Eating and drinking: The restauration and bar area operates 24 hours a day.
Restrooms: Showers available inside the Hanaq VIP Lounge.
Wi-Fi: Lima airport provides free connection for the first 30 minutes. After that you will have to pay for the time you consume.
Other services available around the clock: Currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, commercial stores, massage room, shoeshine.
Across from the terminal is situated the Wyndham Costa del Sol Lima Airport (Tel +51 1 711 2000). Some alternatives in the surroundings operate complimentary shuttle services. Pay Purix Backpackers Hostel (Tel +51 1 484 9118), Hostal Las Fresas (Tel +51 1 574 4859), Amara Hotel (Tel +51 1 457 0266), Holiday Inn Lima Airport (Tel +51 1 620 6006), Sunset Hostel Airport (Tel +51 910 163 371), Mundo Albergue Aeropuerto (Tel +51 1 739 0616), Hotel Padama (Tel +51 961 775 651), Hotel El Príncipe (Tel +51 1 574 5170), B&B Cusing Wasi (Tel +51 1 594 7484).