Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Liverpool airport operates many flights and connections, so there is constant movement, even during the night. It is open 24 hours a day, so it is technically possible to stay overnight at the airport. However, it is not a place designed for overnight stays and there are no overnight accommodation facilities. If you wish to sleep on the premises, you can bring a blanket and pillow, as well as an eye mask and earplugs to help block out noise and light.
Where to rest: If you have an early morning flight or need to wait for several hours before your flight, some of the bars in the terminal have comfortable chairs to lie down on. Alternatively, you can use the edge of one of the airport's huge windows. There is also a VIP lounge with more amenities in the boarding area, but it closes at night. There is also a hotel in front of the airport.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage facilities on the site.
Eating and drinking: There are no options open at night, but there is a 24-hour convenience store in the Arrivals Hall.
Wi-Fi: Free for 30 minutes.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing facilities, prayer room.
Opposite the terminal is the Hampton by Hilton Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Other options nearby and in the city centre include:
Gateway Lodge (0.8 km/0.5 miles)
Crowne Plaza Liverpool - John Lennon Airport (2 km/1.2 miles)
Brook Barn B&B (2.7 km/1.7 miles)
The Barn Bed & Breakfast (3.2 km/2 miles)
Lenox Bed & Breakfast (3.2 km/2 miles)