Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Fort Myers airport is open 24 hours a day, but most facilities are closed at night. In addition, layover passengers will have to remain in the public area, as the security checkpoints close at night. It is recommended to have earplugs or headphones so the announcements do not bother you.
Where to rest: Benches inside the terminal are pretty uncomfortable, as they are either made of wood or they have armrests. This is why it is ideal to have blankets or a sleeping bag and lay on the floor. In this case, it is best to go to the ticketing area, which is darker. There are no hotels inside the airport, but several accommodations in the surroundings offer shuttle services for their guests.
Baggage: The terminal does not operate luggage storage offices.
Eating and drinking: Eateries close at night. Have some snacks ready in advance.
Wi-Fi: Access is free.
There are no hotels inside the airport. In the baggage reclaim area there are courtesy phones to make reservations and ask for information. Four Points by Sheraton Fort Myers Airport (Tel +1 239 322 1399), Hilton Garden Inn Fort Myers Airport/FGCU (Tel +1 239 210 7200), Comfort Inn & Suites Airport (Tel +1 520 505 2489), Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport at Town Center (Tel +1 239 561 1550), Homewood Suites by Hilton Fort Myers Airport/FGCU (Tel +1 239 210 7300), Drury Inn & Suites Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center (Tel +1 239 267 1340), Residence Inn Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center (Tel +1 239 332 7001), Courtyard Fort Myers at I-75 and Gulf Coast Town Center (Tel +1 239 332 4747), Days Inn & Suites Fort Myers Near JetBlue Park (Tel +1 239 791 5000), Travelodge by Wyndham Fort Myers Airport (Tel +1 239 561 1117).