Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Managua airport is small and facilities are limited, but you can spend the night inside the enclosure if you have a flight early in the morning.
Where to rest: There are few benches inside the terminal, and these are generally uncomfortable, so it is best to have a sleeping bag or blankets and lay on the floor. By the boarding gates there is a VIP lounge offering more amenities and privacy, but this closes at night. Opposite the airport, on the other hand, you will find a hotel for a longer rest.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices nor lockers inside the enclosure.
Eating and drinking: Eateries usually close around 9:00 pm.
Wi-Fi: Access is free.
The enclosure does not provide accommodation, but in the International Arrivals Hall there are reservation desks. On the other hand, the Best Western Hotel Las Mercedes (Tel +505 2255 9900) is situated across from the airport. Some alternatives nearby are: Hotel Camino Real (Tel +505 2255 5888), The Flying Hostel (Tel +505 8663 5530), Hostal Monte Cristi (Tel +505 8711 9069), Airport X Managua Hotel (Tel +505 2225 4430), Guesthouse Casa de Vinos (Tel +505 2251 8431), Balcón Real (Tel +505 2233 2009), Hotel Agualcas (Tel +505 2233 3119), Hotel Posada de Paz (Tel +505 2263 0101), Hotel Casa Mía's (Tel +505 2280 3171).