Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Saskatoon airport is small, but it is open 24 hours a day. Although it is pretty quiet, it may be best to have headphones or earplugs to enjoy a better rest. In addition, as the place can get pretty cold, it is recommended to have blankets or a sleeping bag. Keep in mind that the security controls close at night, so you will have to remain in the public area of the terminal.
Where to rest: Most seats have armrests, but you will find comfortable benches in the observation deck and next to the baggage recollection hall. In the boarding area there is a VIP lounge with more amenities and privacy for those passengers that qualify. However, it closes at night. If you finally decide to go to a hotel, several of the nearby options offer shuttle services.
Baggage: The enclosure does not operate luggage storage offices. This means you will have to keep your bags with you until check-in.
Eating and drinking: During the night there are only vending machines available.
Wi-Fi: Free access.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, children's play areas.
There are no on-site hotels, but several accommodations nearby operate transfer services for their guests. Courtyard Saskatoon Airport (Tel +1 306 986 4993), MainStay Suites Saskatoon (Tel +1 306 986 1514), Comfort Suites Saskatoon (Tel +1 306 955 6565), Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Saskatoon Airport (Tel +1 306 933 1010), Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre (Tel +1 306 242 1440), Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre (Tel +1 306 665 8121), Country Inn & Suites by Radisson Saskatoon SK (Tel +1 306 934 3900), Sandman Hotel Saskatoon (Tel +1 306 477 4844), Travelodge by Wyndham Saskatoon (Tel +1 306 978 6533), Riviera Motor Inn (Tel +1 306 242 7272).