Spending the night at the airport
Manila airport is open 24 hours a day, but it is forbidden to sleep in some places, so be careful of where you lay down. Depending on the terminal, the place can be cold or hot, so it is best to dress in layers.
Where to rest: Seats are made of metal, but they generally do not have armrests. Inside terminals 1 and 3 there are some VIP lounges with more amenities, including the Sky View Lounge, which opens around the clock (although the maximum stay is 3 hours). On the other hand, you can rent daily rooms in Terminal 1, and there are some accommodation options next to the terminals.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices inside this airport.
Eating and drinking: Eateries close at night. Have some snacks prepared beforehand.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: Currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, baby changing facilities, children's play areas, medical clinics.
On the fourth floor of Terminal 1 there are dayrooms for passengers in transit. On the other hand, across from Terminal 3 are located the Manila Marriott Hotel (Tel +63 2988 9999), the Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City (Tel +63 2908 8600) and the Maxims Hotel (Tel +63 2908 8888), while next to Terminal 1 is found the Manila Airport Hotel (Tel +63 2854 7549). Other accommodations nearby include: Mabuhay Manor Hotel (Tel +63 2702 2700), Belmont Hotel Manila (Tel +63 2318 8888), AAM Transient and Guest House (Tel +63 918 539 4150), DG Budget Hotel NAIA (Tel +63 917 622 1552), Roger's Place Hotel (Tel +63 2851 0667), Siayan Travellers Inn (Tel +63 2851 0115).