Are you looking for a way to skim a few bucks off your travel expenses? Well, why not consider sleeping in the airport?
Sure, it may sound a little cheap and degrading at first, but read-on and you'll soon discover a travel community that shares their experiences and advice with fellow airport sleepers.
Airport sleeping is no longer just for the cheap young backpacker. Nowadays, early morning flights, long layovers, flight cancellations, snow storms and erupting volcanoes are just a few reasons why you'll see travellers from all walks of life stretched out on airport floors around the world.
Whether you sleep in an airport overnight by choice or you just get stuck in the airport due to a layover or weather delay, let The Guide to Sleeping in Airports help make your travel experience more tolerable.
Our readers rate airports based on the services, facilities.... and their sleep-ability. These airports have been voted the Best Airports in 2014.
Forget sleeping in these airports. In fact, you'll want to get in and out of these terminals asap or avoid them altogether. Worst Airports of 2014.
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How to sleep in the airport:
Airport Sleeping Tips
If you have never slept in an airport before, prepare for your sleepover by reading these tips.
Read traveller adventures and misadventures in the airport and submit your own story.
Airports with Cots
Some generous airports will bring out cots and pillows for stranded travellers.
Did you know that you can now buy your way into a first class airport lounge without having to pay for a Business or First Class ticket?
Not all airport benches are created equal, so have a backup plan - just in case.
Most Viewed Airports in October 2014
2. Manila NAIA
3. Hong Kong
4. Doha Hamad
5. Los Angeles
6. Seoul Incheon
7. New York City JFK
8. Singapore Changi
10. Kuala Lumpur
11. Paris Charles de Gaulle
13. London Heathrow
14. Taipei Taoyuan
15. New Delhi
16. Amsterdam Schiphol
17. Frankfurt am Main
18. Chicago O'Hare
19. Tokyo Narita
20. Toronto Pearson
updated 15 October 2014
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