Overnight layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spend the night at the airport
The terminals remain open 24 hours a day, therefore those passengers with a canceled flight or a connecting flight at night or with a departure very early in the morning have the alternative of not moving from the airport and thus avoid extra hotel expenses and transfers.
Where to rest: The public area of the second floor of Terminal A is one of the most used areas. Terminal B, being not operational yet, is usually the quietest, although it does not have enough infrastructure yet. Terminal C presents similar conditions to Terminal A. It is always advisable to bring some eye covers and earplugs, since the airport (in particular terminals A and C) has a lot of life even at night and is usually a bit noisy. If you have to sleep on the floor, have some blankets on hand, as it is pretty cold. Those passengers who have a pass for the VIP rooms have the possibility of enjoying greater comfort. For a good sleep, passengers have the alternative to book into a nearby hotel. Below are the accommodation alternatives.
Baggage: No left luggage services are available at the moment.
Eating and drinking: Terminals A and C have bars, cafés, fast food outlets and restaurants open 24 hours a day.
Shopping: Duty free stores available 24 hours a day in terminals A and C, so if you cannot sleep you will have something to entertain you.
Restrooms: There are showers inside several of the airport's VIP lounges.
Wi-Fi: The enclosure offers free and unlimited access.
Other services available 24 hours: Pharmacies, currency exchange desks.
In the enclosure's surroundings it is possible to find several accommodations. Some of them provide complimentary shuttle services for their guests.
Eze Inn Boutique Hotel (3 km/1.9 miles)
Posada de las Águilas Hotel Boutique (3.2 km/2 miles)
Bernie's Bed & Breakfast (3.3 km/2.1 miles)
Hospedaje El Nagual (4.6 km/2.9 miles)
Posada Quinta Pata (4.9 km/3 miles)