Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
You can spend the night or early morning at the airport, as it remains open 24 hours and has all kinds of amenities to make the wait pleasant, including a yoga room, outdoor gardens, spa facilities, VIP areas, hotels, restaurants and a wide range of shops.
Where to rest: It is suggested to bring earplugs or noise-cancelling headphones to sleep on the benches of closed areas (although most seats have armrests). You can have blankets handy to rest on the floor. If you have a bigger budget, there are private cabins and two hotels inside the grounds, where you can rent rooms by the hour, or rest in a more comfortable space like the VIP lounges.
Eating and drinking: There are options open 24 hours a day on the second and fifth floors.
Luggage: Left luggage service on the east side of the Domestic Arrivals Hall.
Showers: Only available inside some of the VIP lounges.
Wi-Fi: Free, unlimited and fast (5G) access. To connect, you have to receive a code via SMS or find one of the self-service terminals.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's play areas, yoga room, convenience and duty-free shops.
In the International Arrivals Hall of the first floor, there are private cabins from Naphubs, while the Aerotel Beijing is found on levels 1 and 2 of the northeast pier. On the other hand, on the second floor of the Domestic Arrivals Hall is located the Mumian Beijing Daxing International Airport. Other accommodations in the vicinity include:
GreenTree Inn Beijing Daxing District Yufa Town New Airport Express Hotel (9 km/5.6 miles)
Shell Langfang Guan Bus Station (13.6 km/8.4 miles)
Four Points by Sheraton Langfang, Gu'an (13.8 km/8.6 miles)
GreenTree Inn HeBei Langfang Guan Xinyuan Street Express Hotel (14.7 km/9.1 miles)
JUN Hotels Hebei Langfang Guangyang Wanzhuang Town Wancai Road (15.6 km/9.7 miles)