Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Orlando airport is open 24 hours a day, which means you will be able to spend the night inside the enclosure if you have a flight early in the morning or if your flight is cancelled, and thus avoid extra expenses in accommodation and transfers. It is recommended to have headphones or earplugs and something warm for a better rest.
Where to rest: Seating inside the terminals range from benches with armrests to more comfortable couches (in the food courts and next to gates 70-150, for example). In addition, if you have to lay on the floor, most of it is carpeted. The boarding areas are quieter at night, but you will have to clear the security checkpoints before they close. Passengers with a bigger budget can enter one of the VIP lounges, which offer more amenities and privacy. These, however, close at night. Finally, on level 4 you will find a full-service hotel.
Baggage: Hold My Luggage operates in Terminal B, Level 1, offering Luggage pickup/return, Luggage storage for hour/days and Luggage transport services - hotel to hotel or city to city.
Eating and drinking: Dunkin' Donuts, McDonald's and Starbucks Evenings, in the central area, are open throughout the night.
Restrooms: Showers inside The Club lounges.
Wi-Fi: Service is free.
Other services available around the clock: Baby changing facilities.
On level 4 of the main building lies the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport Hotel. In addition, in the surroundings, there are many options, and most of them provide courtesy transport.
Orlando Airport Marriott Lakeside (2.7 km/1.7 miles)
Ramada by Wyndham Suites Orlando Airport (2.8 km/1.7 miles)
Sheraton Suites Orlando Airport Hotel (2.8 km/1.7 miles)
Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando Airport at Gateway Village (2.8 km/1.7 miles)
Staybridge Suites Orlando Airport South (2.9 km/1.8 miles)