Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Although the terminal closes one hour after the last flight (approximately 11:00 pm) and reopens two hours before the first flight, if you arrive before closing time and show your flight reservation stating that you have an early morning flight, the authorities will let you spend the night on the premises. This way, passengers on a budget can avoid extra costs for transfers and hotels.
Where to rest: There are plenty of comfortable seats without armrests and sofas ideal for sleeping. Floors are carpeted and usually very clean. When all activities cease before midnight, the place is usually very calm and quiet, allowing for a good night's rest. According to many passengers, Tallinn airport is one of the best airports in Europe for this purpose. If you are on a larger budget, there are a number of accommodations nearby. Another option is to access the Business Lounge for a fee at the door (€35.00) or with different memberships, which has more amenities and sleeping cabins, although it closes at night and the maximum stay is 3 hours.
Baggage: Lockers are available on the ground floor, at hourly or daily rates. Note that the public service closes at the time of the last flight and opens the next day.
Eating and drinking: Shops close after the last flight and reopen two hours before the first flight, but a 24-hour self-service counter is available between gates 4 and 6.
Restrooms: Showers only inside the VIP lounge.
Wi-Fi: Unlimited free Wi-Fi is available at the airport.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, library, children's play areas, baby changing facilities, prayer room.
Due to the airport's proximity to the city centre, numerous accommodation options can be found in the surrounding area.
Mercure Tallinn (0.5 km/0.3 miles)
Ülemiste City Residences (0.6 km/0.4 miles)
Ülemiste City Student Hostel (0.7 km/0.4 miles)
Majaka Hostel (1.3 km/0.8 miles)
RevalHome Airport Studios (1.5 km/0.9 miles)