Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
Houston airport is a friendly place where to spend the night while you wait for your flight departure. In the event that flights are cancelled due to inclement weather, the airport staff can provide you with a sleeping cot. Consider bringing earplugs so the noise does not bother you.
Where to rest: In general, benches inside the terminal are comfortable, but they have armrests, so you will probably end up sleeping on the floor. Although there is a VIP lounge inside the enclosure, this is only available for military personnel. You can also make a reservation with one of the hotels close by through one of the courtesy phones in the baggage reclaim hall.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices inside this airport.
Eating and drinking: Eateries close at night, so the only available options will be vending machines.
Wi-Fi: Free access.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, chapels.
Many hotels in the vicinity have free shuttles to transport guests. In the baggage reclaim hall there are courtesy phones for information and reservations. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston Hobby Airport (Tel +1 713 645 3000), Holiday Inn Houston-Hobby Airport (Tel +1 713 946 8900), Four Points by Sheraton Houston Hobby Airport (Tel +1 713 948 0800), La Quinta Inn & Suites Houston Hobby Airport (Tel +1 713 490 1008), Super 8 by Wyndham Houston Hobby Airport North (Tel +1 713 396 5126), A-Z Motel (Tel +1 713 645 9933), Hilton Garden Inn Houston Hobby Airport (Tel +1 346 268 7603), Best Western Plus Hobby Airport Inn & Suites (Tel +1 713 943 2700), Hobby Airport Inn (Tel +1 713 581 7234), Travelodge by Wyndham Houston Hobby Airport (Tel +1 832 962 8640).