Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Edmonton airport operates with many flights and connections, so movement is usually constant, even at night. There is a lot of noise and bright lights, so it is best that you have an eyemask and earplugs.
Where to rest: You will find plenty of places where to lay down throughout the terminal. Between gates 56 and 58 there are comfortable seats, while next to gate 16 you will find reconfigurable benches. Another option (by paying or through a credit card providing the service) is to enter one of the VIP lounges, where you will be able to access more amenities and privacy. Keep in mind, however, that these are closed at night. SEE VIP LOUNGES If you wish for a longer rest and your budget allows it, a hotel is connected to the terminal.
Baggage: 24-hour left luggage service between gates 5 and 7.
Eating and drinking: In the Arrivals Hall there are two eateries that remain open during the night.
Wi-Fi: Access is free.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's playrooms, chapel.
The Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel (Tel +1 780 488 7159) is connected to the terminal through a covered walkway. Other options in the vicinity, some of which operate courtesy shuttles, are: Ramada by Wyndham Edmonton International Airport (Tel +1 780 900 8045), Executive Hotel Alexandra Edmonton Airport (Tel +1 780 986 1760), Super 8 by Wyndham Edmonton International Airport (Tel +1 780 986 8898), Executive Royal Hotel Leduc-Nisku (Tel +1 780 986 1840), Stars Inn Edmonton International Airport (Tel +1 780 739 2121), Crystal Star Inn (Tel +1 780 986 7166), Western Budget Motel Leduc 2 (Tel +1 780 986 3316), Western Budget Motel Leduc 1 (Tel +1 780 986 1920), Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Edmonton Arpt - Conference Ctr (Tel +1 780 979 0839).