North America : USA : North Carolina : Raleigh : RDU


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I could certainly go back without problems

by dtrader98 (August, 2010)


Reason for Stay: Too cheap for a hotel room
Where: Landside


I arrived in Terminal 2 and stayed there. The facilities are well-lit, and clean. There are chairs without armrests, so it is possible to sleep flat without having to sleep on the floor. I certainly would mind having to back and sleeping over again.

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Thank God I have a military ID

by aflip6602 (July, 2008)


Reason for Stay: Waiting for for friends or family


Hidden away on the 2nd floor, only reachable by a service elevator (Between terminals) is the USO which has a neat little room for soldiers & family members traveling through: comfy recliners to stretch out in, free computer access, large TVs, video games, food, and always a friendly attendant. They will wake you up if you ask them to, or try to help you find a free ride to Ft. Bragg or Camp Lejeune. I am not sure how open they would be to let non-military people snooze in the recliner, especially late at night, but it wouldn't hurt to ask?!?

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Can not ask for more

by dolinloop (December, 2007)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Airside


I slept overnight in the chapel between two connection flightsDThere're chairs without arms put in line, worked well for me. It was very quite. Just 2-3 few other people came in and out during the night. It was good and i couldn't ask for more from a night in the airport.

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by web-administrator (January, 2000)


(Contributed by Roxanne) - "When I boarded a plane in Wichita, KS, on Wednesday afternoon to travel to Pittsburgh, PA, via Atlanta, I never expected to end up sleeping in Raleigh-Durham (NC). The plane left Atlanta, was unable to land in PIT due to ice, and abandoned its 100 or so passengers in Raleigh-Durham. Not one chair in this airport comes without arms (no stretching out) or with a high back (no slumping over). The lights are on all the time. However, the vending machines are not locked up and are located in a cafeteria-style restaurant with accessible tables and chairs. The book store has two floor-to-ceiling book shelves outside the lockup with a donation box marked "Honor System" so we could all buy paperbacks to get ourselves in the ready-to-go-to-sleep mode. No chapel that I saw. No people at all between 2 am and 5 am, so you c continued >>

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by web-administrator (January, 2000)


(Contributed by Chris) - "If it weren't for having memorized CNN Airport after watching it continually for 9 hours and the fact that I think they are trying to generate the first indoor snow storm with the air conditioning of doom it would still be bad. Seats are very uncomfortable, although running laps in the airline provided wheelchairs kept the blood flowing."

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