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Review of sleeping pods at Abu Dhabi Airport

by web-administrator (December, 2014)


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(email submission) Do not trust this service provided by GoSleep and their sleeping pods! They did not wake me up me in time for my flight, as was promised by their website and staff - they even keep your boarding pass to keep track of your flight and make sure you're on time. The clerk told me, after checking online on the airport hotline, that my flight was one hour late for next morning - have in mind she told me this in the middle of the night when I arrived from a connecting flight. I trusted the reliability of her information. She then woke me up next morning and I unknowingly proceeded to have breakfast and saw my plane leaving as I approached for boarding. There was nothing to be done. By the way, this was Christmas Day. I had to spend an extra 24h at the airport and they didn't pay or take any responsibility. When there is continued >>

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Abu Dhabi

by web-administrator (September, 2014)


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(GUEST) Abysmal customer service from almost everyone, crowded concourses, very little seating until you are in the gate lounge, but most of these don't have toilet facilities so not very useful for a long stay!

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Abu Dhabi

by web-administrator (September, 2014)


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(guest s2014) There was a ridiculous line to get to the next terminal in order to transfer - i was literally cuing for hours not to mention we had security guards yelling at us! also the airport was dirty with very little suitable seating near departure gates that travelers were actually able to sit in. I ended up sitting on the floor.

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Not too bad

by Wends (December, 2013)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Airside
Pros: safe, recliner chairs, electric points, free wifi
Cons: arm rests, cleaning crew, a lot of people


I recently had a 13hour stop over in Abu Dhabi on my way to Europe and a 15hour stop over returning. For the flight there we arrived in terminal 1 and departed the next morning from terminal 1. Terminal 1 was really busy (not sure if this was because it was just before Christmas) but there wasn't enough chairs for everyone up until 02:00 when it got less busy. Terminal 1 also don't have a lot of recliner chairs so when people got them they hung on to them. The free wifi was excelent and there was more than enough electric points to charge phone and tablets. There are also a number of pc's. The range of duty free shops are not that great. There is also a really expensive transfer hotel or the alternative you can opt to pay for a aiport hotel for 4hours. I got some shut eye in terminal one but the normal chairs have these annoying arm rests continued >>

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Quiet places with comfy chairs

by apw456 (December, 2011)


Reason for Stay: Connection between flights
Where: Airside
Pros: clean, safe, lounger chairs, quiet places, free internet station
Cons: A bit stuffy


I had a long transit in Abu Dhabi. I initially found a lounger in a crowded hall near someone who was unhelpfully playing a loud computer game in the middle of the night. After some searching I found a deserted area with a nice lounger. The lighting was dim and it was great for a nap. My only concern was that it was such a good spot I might fall asleep and miss my connection! It was a bit stuffier than other airports though. But there was a free internet station.

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