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Long layover at Palm Springs airport (PSP) or in nearby hotels

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Possibility to spend the night at Palm Springs airport (PSP), if open 24 hours. Services available, places to rest (free resting zones), or look for the list of nearby hotels and vip lounges.

Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area

Palm Springs airport (PSP)

Spending the night at the airport

Palm Springs airport is small, but it is open 24 hours a day, so it is a practical and safe place where to spend the night if you have a flight early in the morning.

Where to rest: As there are not many comfortable places, it is best to have a sleeping bag or blankets in case you have to lay on the floor. Near the car rental counters, there is a dark and secluded nook where you can escape the noise. Although there is a VIP lounge inside the enclosure, this is only available for the military. In the airport surroundings, you may find numerous accommodations, and some of them offer shuttle services to and from their facilities.

Baggage: The enclosure does not operate left luggage services.

Eating and drinking: Commercial stores close at night.

Wi-Fi: The service is free.

Other services available around the clock: Children's play area, nursing room.


Booking accommodation

Nearby Hotels

There are no hotels inside the grounds, but in Palm Springs and the surroundings, you can find several options.

Ingleside Inn (1 km/0.6 miles)
Extended Stay America - Palm Springs - Airport, CA (2.1 km/1.3 miles)
Courtyard Palm Springs (2.2 km/1.4 miles)
Vista Mirage Resort (2.4 km/1.5 miles)
Cimarron Golf Resort (2.5 km/1.6 miles)

Latest updates: February 09, 2020

  Scoring of Palm Springs airport

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Scoring in Stay Overnite at The Airport (sleeping conditions):
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