Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Philadelphia airport operates with many flights and connections. Therefore, it is common to find many passengers waiting for their flight departure, even at night. For a better rest, it is recommended to have a sleeping bag or blankets, earplugs and a mask.
Where to rest: The most comfortable seats are found in the International Arrivals Hall of the A terminals and in the boarding area of Terminal C. In addition, the information booths of terminals C and F can provide you with sleeping kits. Inside most terminals there are VIP lounges, with options open 24 hours a day. On the other hand, there are private suites between terminals A and B, and a hotel connected with Terminal B.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices inside the enclosure.
Eating and drinking: Commercial stores close at night.
Restrooms: Showers only inside the Centurion Lounge.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's play area, baby changing facilities.
The Philadelphia Airport Marriott (Tel +1 215 492 9000) is connected to Terminal B through a sky bridge. Inside the hallway between terminals A and B there are also private rooms from Minute Suites (Tel +1 215 937 1076). There are many other alternatives nearby, with transfer services for their guests. Embassy Suites Philadelphia Airport (Tel +1 215 365 4500), Hampton Inn Philadelphia-International Airport (Tel +1 215 966 1300), Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd (Tel +1 215 492 6766), Courtyard Philadelphia Airport (Tel +1 215 365 2200), Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Bartram Ave. (Tel +1 215 365 4360), Fairfield Inn Philadelphia Airport (Tel +1 215 365 2254), Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Philadelphia Airport (Tel +1 215 492 0700), Aloft Philadelphia Airport (Tel +1 267 298 1700).