Should you book an airport hotel?

Jenai Laignel / 02 July 2014

Do you have an early morning departure or a long drive to the airport? Well, we're going to answer that with another question: why not consider booking an airport hotel?

No-one wants to arrive at the airport feeling grouchy and bad-tempered. You're on holiday, after all, so you should start as you mean to go on.

Staying at an airport hotel eliminates all the stress that comes with busy roads or early starts. Imagine relaxing in the knowledge that you can roll out of bed, tuck into a hearty breakfast and make your way over to your terminal, situated only minutes away.

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Avoid traffic jams

It's impossible to predict delays due to traffic, especially if you're heading to the airport during rush hour. By staying at an airport hotel the night before you are due to fly, you don't need to give this a second thought.

Simply make your way to the airport hotel at your leisure the day before your flight, and have a good night's sleep. The few extra hours of rest can make all the difference to your overall experience.

Shuttle Transfers 

Even if your airport hotel isn't within walking distance of your terminal, there will be regular transfers via shuttle, meaning there will be zero risk of getting stuck in traffic and missing your flight.

Cheaper than you'd think

More and more people are seeing the many benefits of booking an airport hotel, wondering why they've never stayed in one before.

They don't have to be expensive either – Holiday Extras even offer a Free if you find it for less guarantee on all of their airport hotel rooms. 

Book yours today and, when you wake up next to the airport feeling refreshed, you'll be glad you did.

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