Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Milwaukee airport is open 24 hours a day, but keep in mind that it is usually noisy and cold, so it is recommended to bring something warm and earplugs. You will have to remain in the landside area of the terminal once the security controls close for the night. If your flight is cancelled due to inclement weather, you can get in touch with the airport staff so they provide you with a sleeping cot.
Where to rest: Benches inside the enclosure are uncomfortable and have armrests. If you have a sleeping bag, you can lay down on the floor or beneath the workstations situated at the entrance of concourse C. In addition, in concourse D there is a VIP lounge for those passengers that qualify, but it closes at night. Remember that some of the hotels in the surroundings operate shuttle services for their guests.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices inside the airport.
Eating and drinking: There is a coffee shop in concourse D that is open throughout the night.
Wi-Fi: Free for 60 minutes.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing facilities, children's play areas.
There are no hotels inside the airport grounds, but there are in the vicinity, and many of them provide courtesy transport services for their guests. Best Western Plus Milwaukee Airport Hotel & Conference Center (Tel +1 414 769 2100), Super 8 by Wyndham Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 395 5165), Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 481 8280), Four Points by Sheraton Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 481 2400), Hyatt Place Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 744 3600), Holler Park Lodge (Tel +1 414 257 6100), Holiday Inn & Suites Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 482 4444), Courtyard Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 747 4405), Sleep Inn & Suites Airport (Tel +1 414 831 2000), Home2 Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Airport (Tel +1 414 481 2900).