Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
You will be able to spend the night inside Memphis airport, but make sure to bring earplugs or headphones, since it is commonly noisy at all times. Security checkpoints close at night, and afterwards you will have to remain in the public area of the terminal until the next day.
Where to rest: There are numerous comfortable seats inside the main building, but there can be fewer in the landside area. Between concourses B and C there is also a VIP lounge for those passengers with a bigger budget, but it closes at night. On the other hand, many nearby hotels operate shuttle services to their facilities.
Baggage: The enclosure does not support a left luggage service.
Eating and drinking: You will find vending machines throughout the terminal.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing facilities.
Many alternatives are available near the enclosure, many of which provide free shuttles for their guests. In the luggage reclaim area there are courtesy phones to make reservations. La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis Airport Graceland (Tel +1 901 791 9200), Knights Inn Memphis at Airways Blvd (Tel +1 901 345 8554), Holiday Inn Memphis Airport - Conf Ctr (Tel +1 901 332 1130), Budget Host (Tel +1 901 396 1000), Extended Stay America Memphis - Airport (Tel +1 901 344 0010), Motel 6 Memphis - Graceland (Tel +1 901 345 3344), Quality Inn (Tel +1 901 312 7000), Magnuson Grand Hotel - Memphis Airport (Tel +1 901 207 7924), Airport Inn (Tel +1 901 398 9212), Comfort Inn Airport (Tel +1 520 257 4029).