Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Taipei Airport is a good place to rest if you have an early morning flight or if your flight is delayed. There are plenty of comfortable seats and quiet places. There are also a variety of activities to do while you wait.
Where to rest: The enclosure is relatively quiet at night. You'll find plenty of private corners to lie down, plus reclining chairs by the boarding gates, especially by gate B7. Another option (either for a fee or with a credit card service) is to use one of the VIP lounges, although these are closed at night. In terms of accommodation, there is a capsule hotel on the fifth floor of Terminal 2, and there are several other options in the surrounding area.
Baggage: 24-hour left-luggage services are available in both terminals.
Eating and drinking: There are 24-hour food outlets only in Terminal 2. Inside Terminal 1, you'll only find vending machines at night.
Restrooms: Showers are available at various locations throughout the terminals.
Wi-Fi: Access is free of charge.
Other services available around the clock: Currency exchange bureaux, ATMs, convenience stores, baby changing rooms, children's play areas.
The CHO Stay Capsule Hotel is located in the public area, on the fifth floor of Terminal 2. In addition, there are booking desks in the Arrivals Halls for reservations at various hotels in the vicinity.
TY Motel (3.4 km/2.1 miles)
Novotel Taipei Taoyuan International Airport (3.7 km/2.3 miles)
City Suites - Taoyuan Gateway (5.1 km/3.2 miles)
Freedom Design Hotel (6.8 km/4.2 miles)
Monarch Skyline Hotel (7.1 km/4.4 miles)