Spending the night at the airport
Prague airport is comprised by two main terminals, but it is small and easy to navigate. Have your ticket ready in case the security personnel asks for it. Lights remain on and the place can become quite cold, so it is recommended to have a mask, blankets or a sleeping bag.
Where to rest:
Throughout the enclosure you can find many seats, but most have armrests. On the first floor of Terminal 2, between concourses C and D, there is a rest area which is pretty quiet and has comfortable couches. Another option (by paying or with a credit card that provides the service) is to use one of the VIP lounges, where you can access more amenities and privacy. The only problem is that they close at night. SEE VIP LOUNGES
On the other hand, in the transit area of Terminal 1 there are private rooms, while in the vicinity of the airport grounds there are several hotels.
Baggage: There is a left-luggage service operating 24 hours a day in Terminal 2 so you can forget about your bags until check-in time.
Eating and drinking: Inside both terminals you can find a couple of options that remain open during the night.
Restrooms: There are showers only inside some of the VIP lounges.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, duty-free store, prayer room, children's playgrounds, baby changing facilities.
Passengers in transit can use the rooms in the Rest & Fun Center (Tel +420 220 115 958), located in Terminal 1. Besides that, you can find many accommodations nearby, among them: Courtyard Prague Airport (Tel +420 236 077 077), Holiday Inn Prague Airport (Tel +420 236 161 111), Ramada Airport Hotel Prague (Tel +420 220 111 250), Hotel FBA (Tel +420 220 372 678), Hostel Modrá (Tel +420 220 112 850), Penzion V Mastali (Tel +420 604 820 561), Pension Sárka (Tel +420 233 310 002), Sporthostel Scandinavia (Tel +420 606 648 909), Hotel Meritum (Tel +420 235 007 711).