Spending the night at the airport
Warsaw airport operates with many flights and connections around the world, so movement is usually constant. However, at night it is a pretty quiet place, although cold, so it is recommended to have a sleeping bag or blankets.
Where to rest:
You will find plenty of benches inside the terminal, most with no armrests. Another option (by paying or through 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
In addition, there are a couple of hotels right in front of the enclosure.
Baggage: Behind the bus stop there are lockers where you can leave your bags.
Eating and drinking: There are several options that remain open throughout the night.
Restrooms: There are showers inside the VIP lounges and next to the airside food court.
Wi-Fi: Free in 2-hour sessions.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing rooms, children's play area.
The Courtyard Warsaw Airport (Tel +48 226 500 100) is situated opposite the Departures area of the terminal. There are other options in the surroundings, some of which provide complimentary shuttle services. Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Airport (Tel +48 222 041 800), Airport Hotel Okecie (Tel +48 224 568 000), Holiday Inn Express Warsaw Airport (Tel +48 223 733 700), Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel (Tel +48 221 647 000), Sangate Hotel Airport (Tel +48 225 764 600), Executive Suites Mokotów (Tel +48 606 533 550), Executive Suites Galeria Park (Tel +48 606 533 550), Noclegi Susel (Tel +48 228 435 372), Hotel Centrum Barnabitów (Tel +48 225 432 001).