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Salt Lake City

by web-administrator (March, 2016)


Where: Airside
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(Guest Review) There is lots of good food and plenty of spaces to pass out on the floor. The staff are overall courteous, and people mind their own business (at least while airside). The chairs aren't overly comfy, but I've come to expect that from airport.

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Bring a blanket

by web-administrator (February, 2016)


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(Guest Review) Slept over night in salt lake to avoid paying for a hotel for 6 hours of sleep. Stayed in February and I think they turn the heat off at night. Be sure to bring a blanket or buy one before shops close. No issues from security cleaning staff was loud and definitely penetrated my bubble. We did not scope very well but slept near a terminal desk under security cameras. If I were to do it again I would find a spot closer to the main building.

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Not bad place to get stuck

by web-administrator (December, 2015)


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(Guest Review by NYVTmaplesyrup) Probably as good as an overnight can be. Airport is officially open 24 hours so no one questioned me or thought it was weird. There was one place open 24 hours for food/coffee/water. I stayed in the gate area within security. Free wifi. No real problems, of course the cleaners need to clean overnight so i just moved when i saw those machines making their way towards me. Moving around is a necessity overnight as you need to move when the loud cleaning crew is near you so they can clean that space but also because its loud and annoying.

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Haven behind A3

by web-administrator (January, 2015)


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(Guest Review by QueenBun) Jet lagged so opted for the airport rather than a hotel. Behind A3 are 3 three seater armless benches that can serve as footrests or as beds. One is squarely behind the service counter and well hidden. One serves a bank of seats with an outlet next to it. Cleaning crew came through at 2:45 a.m. There is very soft CNN in the background, the occasional announcement about keeping track of your luggage, and bathrooms almost directly across. Add the airport's free WiFi and it's home sweet home! Friendly staff!

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Jackpot!

by hs98 (April, 2015)


Reason for Stay: Checking in and had to wait
Where: Airside
Pros: Found something new!
Cons: I live in this city, so I'll never have to sleep here.


At the very end of concourse B is an entire 'room' of armrestless seating. Like 0 people could easily sleep there. And ample outlets.

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