Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Toronto airport operates with numerous flights and connections around the globe, so it is frequent to see many passengers inside the enclosure at night, waiting for their flight departure. Because of the crowd, it is recommended to have earplugs or headphones, and blankets or a sleeping bag for the cold.
Where to rest: There are several seats with no armrests throughout the enclosure, especially on the Departures level of Terminal 1. Another option (by paying or with a credit card providing the service) is to access one of the VIP lounges, where you will find more amenities. None is open at night, though. For a longer rest, you can check into the hotel directly connected to Terminal 3.
Baggage: The airport's left-luggage service only operates from 5:00 am to 1:00 am.
Eating and drinking: There are several options that remain open throughout the night.
Restrooms: Showers inside the VIP lounges and the gym.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, convenience stores, pharmacies, baby changing facilities, children's playgrounds.
The Sheraton Gateway Hotel (Tel +1 905 672 7000) is connected to Terminal 3 through a climate-controlled walkway. Near the airport there are other alternatives, some of which provide shuttle services for their guests. Alt Hotel Toronto Airport (Tel +1 905 362 4337), Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport (Tel +1 905 678 1400), Comfort Inn Toronto Airport (Tel +1 905 677 7331), Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Toronto Airport (Tel +1 905 671 4730), Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites (Tel +1 905 677 9900), Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Toronto Airport (Tel +1 905 673 9800), Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Airport (Tel +1 905 678 0041), Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport (Tel +1 416 675 7611), The Westin Toronto Airport (Tel +1 416 675 9444).