Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Reno-Tahoe airport operates many US flights (and some international flights). Therefore, there is often movement during the night inside the terminal, which opens around the clock. However, layover passengers should remain in the public area after the security control closes at night. It is recommended to have earplugs or headphones, as loud announcements are frequent.
Where to rest: There are padded seatings next to the ticketing counters, while in the baggage reclaim hall there are large benches situated close to the restrooms. If you have a bigger budget, in the boarding area you will find a VIP lounge with more amenities, although it closes at night. On the other hand, different hotels are available in the surroundings, offering complimentary shuttles.
Baggage: The enclosure does not have a luggage storage service, so you will have to keep your baggage with you until check-in.
Eating and drinking: Although retailers close at night, at least one restaurant will be open in each concourse at least 30 minutes before the first flight of the day and until 30 minutes after the last. In addition, there are vending machines throughout the enclosure.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, slot machines, children's play area.
You can find many options in the surroundings, most of which provide complimentary transport services for their guests.
Aloft Reno-Tahoe International Airport (0.3 km/0.2 miles)
SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Reno Airport (0.3 km/0.2 miles)
Hyatt Place Reno/Tahoe Airport (0.4 km/0.2 miles)
La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Reno (0.7 km/0.4 miles)
Comfort Inn & Suites Airport Reno (0.8 km/0.5 miles)