Spending the night at the airport
Budapest airport has numerous commercial stores and eateries. However, it is not very comfortable for resting, in addition to being rather noisy. Therefore, it is recommended to have earplugs or headphones.
Where to rest:
Although there are many seats for passenger use inside the terminals, these are not very comfortable for sleeping. Generally, the landside area is better, particularly the SkyCourt building, where you can find padded benches. If you have a bigger budget or an adequate membership, you can enter one of the VIP lounges for more comfort. The only problem is that they close at night. SEE VIP LOUNGES
There are several accommodations in the vicinity of the enclosure, and some of them even operate shuttle services.
Baggage: On the ground floor of the SkyCourt building there are lockers where you can leave your bags until check-in time.
Eating and drinking: Most stores close at night, but you can find some options open 24 hours a day in Terminal 2B and the SkyCourt building, including duty-free shops.
Wi-Fi: Free during 2 hours.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, currency exchange bureau, children's play areas, baby changing facilities.
Some accommodations nearby have complimentary shuttles for the transfer of their guests. Airport Hotel Budapest (Tel +36 1688 2000), Hotel Ferihegy (Tel +36 1765 4004), Airport Hotel Stáció (Tel +36 2935 3053), Sarokház Panzió (Tel +36 2935 5033), Ibis Styles Budapest Airport (Tel +36 1296 0060), Tenisz Apartment (Tel +36 203 147 553), Sasszírt Panzió (Tel +36 2935 5555), Apartman 116 (Tel +36 302 228 691), Airport Microstore Panzió (Tel +36 304 087 234), Halász Airport Panzió (Tel +36 2935 2693).