Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
The only places that are open around the clock are the International Arrivals Hall and the Access Plaza. The rest of the airport closes between 11:30 pm and 5:20 am. Have headphones, earplugs and a sleeping mask for a better rest.
Where to rest: In the Arrivals Hall of the terminal there are long and comfortable benches where you can lay down. There are also a few VIP lounges with more amenities and privacy, although they close at night. Inside the terminal there is a capsule hotel, while on the airport's island there are two hotels.
Baggage: Inside the enclosure there are both lockers and luggage storage offices.
Eating and drinking: Although eateries close at night, there are some minimarkets that open 24 hours a day.
Restrooms: Showers at the airport's bathhouse.
Wi-Fi: The service is free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, convenience stores, baby changing facilities, children's play areas.
On the first floor of the terminal is located the capsule hotel TUBESq. On the other hand, the Centrair Hotel and the Comfort Hotel Central International Airport are connected to the main building through walkways. Other options nearby include:
Four Points by Sheraton Nagoya Chubu International Airport (0.4 km/0.2 miles)
J Hotel Rinku (2.5 km/1.6 miles)
Spring Sunny Hotel Nagoya Tokoname (3.8 km/2.4 miles)
Hotel Milago Chubu Airport (4 km/2.5 miles)
Hotel Route-Inn Tokoname Ekimae (4.1 km/2.5 miles)