4 Types of Sleep Pod Technologies

Getting off a long flight and anticipating a long layover before your next flight can be physically and mentally draining if there are no flexible sleep services located within the airport.  Luckily, there has been an emergence of innovative tech-enabled sleep services such as sleep pods, sleep cabins, sleep capsules, and sleep suites at various airport terminals.

Trust me, these technologies have been a game-changer for travelers who need some rest between flights and don’t want to leave the airport or even leave the security or passport control area. Having experienced layovers in several airports, I know the pain of lacking convenient and flexible sleep options.

Sleep Pod Brands – Overview

There are a total of 15 sleep pod brands available in over 48 major international airports. Brands such as GoSleep, EnergyPod, Jabbrrbox, and Minute Suites offer diverse solutions, from compact pods to luxurious cabins. For instance, GoSleep pods can be found in JFK, Helsinki-Vantaa, and Schiphol airports, while Minute Suites are available in DFW, Philadelphia, and Atlanta airports.

4 Main Categories of Airport Sleep Pods:

There are four main types of sleep pods: Nap Capsule sleep pods, sleep cabins and suites, capsule hotels and premium cabins/suites.

  • Nap Capsule Pods: Compact, standalone units designed for short naps or brief rest periods during layovers. They typically include a mattress, pillows, blankets, USB charging ports, and sometimes WiFi.
  • Mini Sleep Cabins/Suites: Larger and more luxurious spaces offering enhanced comfort and privacy. These are suitable for longer stays and often include amenities like a TV, work desk, and private bathroom.
  • Capsule Hotel Pods: Small individual pods or capsules designed for affordable sleep, often featuring shared shower facilities. Ideal for budget-conscious travelers.
  • Premium Sleep Cabin Pods: Mini-hotels within airport terminals offering high levels of comfort with private rooms, bathrooms, and additional amenities. Designed for longer stays and a comprehensive rest experience.

Nap Capsule Sleep Pods:

Nap Capsule Pods are innovative sleep solution that maximize limited airport spaces and their design is inspired by the comfort and design of airline business-class seats. There are two main brand manufacturers of these nap pods; GoSleep, a Finish Company and RestWorks/MetroNaps, a UK-based company. These state-of-the-art chair transforms into a sleeping pod with a 180° fold-flat bed, offering travelers a private and comfortable space to rest.

Unlike other sleeping pod brands, these pods are recommended for short naps as some of their models including GoSleep Recovery Pro feature Neurosonic mattress which produces low-frequency vibrations to aid in stress relief, sleep improvement, and physical recovery. While excellent for body recovery for weary fliers, they are not suited for long periods of sleep.

The amenities in these nap pods are super basic with charging ports, reading lights, privacy visor and flat surface to lie down. MetroNap’s EnergyPod actually has privacy visor only covering the top part of the body.

GoSleep Pod

  • Design: Features a flat horizontal bed that reclines into a chair with an underneath storage compartment for small carry-on items. The pod has a roll-down screen for privacy.
  • Technology: Equipped with USB charging ports and power outlets.
  • Dimensions: Width 100 cm x Height 118 cm x Length 227 cm (W: 40 in x H: 46.5 in x L: 90 in)
  • Locations: JFK, Helsinki-Vantaa (HEL), Schiphol (AMS), Perth (PER), iGA (IST), Bangalore, Mumbai, Warsaw (WAW).
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GoSleep Pod

EnergyPod

  • Design: Created by RestWorks, the EnergyPod includes a privacy visor, built-in timer, and curated sleep music. The pod gently wakes the user with light, sound, and vibration.
  • Technology: Advanced soundproofing, smart lighting, and ergonomic design.
    Dimensions: 48 x 83.5 x 58 inches (W, L, H).
  • Locations: London’s Heathrow Airport and Singapore’s Changi Airport.
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MetroNaps EnergyPod

Sleep Cabins and Mini-Suites

Larger and more luxurious spaces that may include additional amenities like TV, a work desk, and a private bathroom. These are suitable for longer stays and offer a higher level of comfort and privacy.

NapCabs

  • Design: Similar to Jabbrrbox’s work booths but larger to fit a bed. They feature full beds, work desks, multimedia touchscreens, and fresh bed linen.
  • Technology: Sound insulation, adjustable air conditioning, and customizable lighting.
  • Dimensions: 64.9 x 99.6 x 106 inches (W, L, H).
  • Locations: Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin.
NapCabs Sleep Cabin
NapCabs Sleep Cabin

Minute Suites

  • Design: Provides private suites with daybed sofas that convert into beds, sound masking systems, personal thermostats, and shower facilities.
  • Technology: Equipped with SmartTVs, free Wi-Fi, and a noise-canceling system.
  • Dimensions: Approximately 120 x 120 inches (L, W).
  • Locations: DFW, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Atlanta, Baltimore, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Detroit, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).
Minute Suites
Minute Suites Sleep Cabin

ZZZleepandGo

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SleepBox

SleepBox Sleeping Pods Brand
SleepBox Sleeping Pods Brand
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First Class Cabin
First Cabin

Siesta Box

  • Design: Small, private pods offering basic amenities such as comfortable beds, charging ports, and Wi-Fi.
    Technology: Adjustable lighting, temperature control, and secure storage.
    Dimensions: 55 Sq ft.
    Locations: Campinas Airport
Siesta Box
Siesta Box

Sam’s Snooze at MySpace

  • Description: Small sleep pods with private toilets and showers.
  • Technology: Comfortable beds, charging ports, privacy screens.
  • Dimensions: 7 square meters(75 sq ft).
  • Locations: New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport.
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Sam’s Snooze at My Space

Capsule Hotel:

These hotels offer small individual pods or capsules for affordable sleep. They include comfortable mattresses, pillows, blankets, and often shared shower facilities.

izZzleep:

  • Description: Small stacked capsules with disposable sheets, internet, and TV.
  • Technology: Shared bathrooms with hot water, free WiFi, reading lamps.
  • Dimensions: 2.4 sq meters.
  • Locations: Mexico City International Airport (MEX).
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Single Pod at izZzleep in MEX

Yellow Capsule Hotel

  • Description: Capsule-style hotel rooms for budget travelers.
  • Technology: Private sleeping space, shared bathroom facilities, free WiFi.
  • Dimensions: Varied.
  • Locations: Cancun International Airport.
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Yellow Capsule Hotel

9 Hours Capsule Hotel

  • Description: Modern capsule hotel located inside Narita Airport’s Terminal 2, offering compact and efficient sleeping solutions for travelers.
  • Technology: Features comfortable mattress, pillow, blanket, shared bathroom amenities, showers, luggage storage services, free WiFi, adjustable lighting, and climate control.
  • Dimensions: Capsules designed for single travelers to sleep comfortably.
  • Locations: Narita Airport Terminal 2, Kyoto, Shinjuku, Shibuya.
  • Pros:
    • Affordable: Starting at 1,500 yen ($10.55) for the first hour and 500 yen ($3.52) per additional hour.
    • Convenient: Located within airport terminals.
    • Modern Amenities: Includes essential amenities like comfortable bedding and free WiFi.
    • 24-Hour Reception: Flexible check-in times.
  • Cons:
    • Limited Space: Capsules may feel cramped.
    • Shared Facilities: Bathrooms and showers are shared.
    • Basic Amenities: More functional than luxurious.
  • Expert Insights: Affordable alternative to traditional hotels; suitable for short-term rest; basic but convenient and functional.
  • Additional Information: Complimentary shower use with bookings; flexible hourly pricing; generally positive reviews highlighting cleanliness and convenience.

Other Airports that operate capsule hotels include Bangkok Airport operated by Avagrand Hotels.

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Nine Hours Capsule Hotel

NapHubs

  • Description: Compact, private pods for short-term rest.
  • Technology: Soundproofing, adjustable lighting, secure storage.
  • Dimensions: Varied.
  • Locations: Beijing Capital International Airport.
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NapHubs

Premium Cabins/Suites

Mini-hotels within airport terminals offering high levels of comfort with private rooms, bathrooms, and additional amenities. Designed for longer stays and a comprehensive rest experience.

  • Key Features: Adjustable air-conditioning, secure storage, multimedia connectivity, private showers, SmartBeds, and workspaces.
  • Brands: Aerotel, Darakhyu (Incheon), HelloSky, AirRooms, YotelAir.
  • Locations: Beijing, Cebu, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, Gatwick, Muscat, Qingdao, Singapore, Sydney, Seoul Incheon, Rome Fiumicino, Madrid Barajas, Amsterdam Schiphol, Istanbul, Paris Charles de Gaulle.
  • Pros: High level of comfort, privacy, and comprehensive amenities. Ideal for longer layovers.
  • Cons: Higher cost, requires booking in advance.
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YotelAir Cabin

Benefits of Innovative Airport Sleep Technologies:

  • Pay-per-session: You only pay for the hours you need to rest, which is ideal for travelers on a budget. This makes it cheaper than hotels if you only need a few hours to nap in these nap pods.
  • Flexibility: Most airports have several sleep technology options with varying time packages. If your layover is short, you can choose to nap for an hour or two, and if it’s longer, you can opt for a full night’s worth of sleep.
  • Convenience: No more leaving the airport and going through security and passport control again just to get some shuteye. Sleep pods, cabins, or suites are usually located within the terminal or just a short walk away.
  • Advanced comfort features: With the rising competition, sleep technology companies are continuously upgrading their pods or cabins to offer optimum comfort. Features such as adjustable lighting, smart beds, soundproofing, and even air circulation systems make for a better sleep experience.
  • Privacy: Unlike traditional airport lounges, sleep technology offers a private and secure space for travelers to rest without any interruptions. This is especially beneficial for solo travelers or those who value their privacy.
  • Science-backed benefits: In a study published in the Future Healthcare Journal titled “Sleep is the Best Medicine: How Rest Facilities and EnergyPods Can Enhance Staff Wellbeing,” researchers explored the efficacy of utilizing EnergyPods for rejuvenation. The findings revealed that taking naps in these state-of-the-art pods had significant benefits. According to the study, 81% of participants reported feeling more alert, while an impressive 83% experienced increased energy levels. Additionally, half of the respondents felt more confident in their ability to drive after using the EnergyPods.

In the next section, I have gone into detail explaining the different types of innovative sleep technologies;

Summary of the 4 Types of Airport Sleep Pods

Nap Capsule Sleep Pods

  • Details: Compact, self-contained units designed for short naps or brief rest periods during layovers. They typically include a mattress, pillows, blankets, USB charging ports, and sometimes WiFi.
  • Brands: GoSleep, EnergyPod, Jabbrrbox (Escape Pods).
  • Key Features: Privacy screens, adjustable lighting, ergonomic design, soundproofing, and built-in timers for optimal nap durations.
  • Typical Locations: JFK, Helsinki-Vantaa, Schiphol, various international airports.
  • Pros: Provides a private and secure environment for short-term rest, equipped with essential amenities.
  • Cons: Limited space and comfort for extended sleep periods.

Sleep Cabins and Suites

  • Details: Larger and more luxurious spaces offering enhanced comfort and privacy. These are suitable for longer stays and often include amenities like a TV, work desk, and private bathroom.
  • Brands: Minute Suites, NapCabs, ZZZleepandGo, SleepBox, First Cabin, Siesta Box, Aviserve Sleep Pods, Sam’s Snooze at MySpace, Glo Hotel RestPods.
  • Key Features: Full beds, work desks, sound insulation, adjustable air conditioning, customizable lighting, and multimedia touchscreens.
  • Typical Locations: DFW, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Mumbai, New Delhi, Helsinki.
  • Pros: Offers high levels of comfort and privacy, suitable for longer stays with a wide range of amenities.
  • Cons: Higher cost compared to smaller pods, limited availability.

Capsule Hotels

  • Details: Small individual pods or capsules designed for affordable sleep, often featuring shared shower facilities. Ideal for budget-conscious travelers.
  • Brands: izZzleep, Yellow Capsule Hotel, NapHubs.
  • Key Features: Comfortable mattresses, pillows, blankets, shared bathrooms, free WiFi, and reading lamps.
  • Typical Locations: Mexico City International Airport, Cancun International Airport, Beijing Capital International Airport.
  • Pros: Affordable, space-efficient, and convenient for budget travelers.
  • Cons: Shared bathroom facilities, limited space and privacy.

Premium Cabins/Suites

  • Details: Mini-hotels within airport terminals offering high levels of comfort with private rooms, bathrooms, and additional amenities. Designed for longer stays and a comprehensive rest experience.
  • Brands: Aerotel, Darakhyu (Incheon), HelloSky, AirRooms, YotelAir.
  • Key Features: Adjustable air-conditioning, secure storage, multimedia connectivity, private showers, SmartBeds, and workspaces.
  • Typical Locations: Beijing, Cebu, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, London, Muscat, Qingdao, Singapore, Sydney, Seoul Incheon, Rome Fiumicino, Madrid Barajas, Amsterdam Schiphol, Istanbul, Paris Charles de Gaulle.
  • Pros: High level of comfort, privacy, and comprehensive amenities. Ideal for longer layovers.
  • Cons: Higher cost, requires booking in advance.

Non-Sleep Pod Amenity: Jabbrrbox Booth as Sleep Pod(Escape Pods)

Some travelers have discovered a unique way to take short naps while on the go – using an innovative and comfortable workspace provided by Jabbrrbox. This specially designed work booth offers a quiet environment, perfect for mobile workers who seek a more productive work environment.

Escape pods
Image of Escape pods

As you can see, the booth above is branded ‘Escape Pods‘ which is the name of the company that has sourced these booths from Jabbrrbox, the booth designer and manufacturer.

It is important to clarify that Jabbrrbox is specifically designed to meet the needs of mobile workers who seek a private and comfortable work environment. However, as travelers have discovered, these booths can also serve as a cozy spot for catching some Z’s while waiting for their flight.

With dimensions of 39.5″×39.5″x87″(W,L,H), these Escape Pods challenge your creativity to find a way to sleep on them, because, well, they don’t come with beds or beddings. Sweet dreams in desk dreamland!

Below are some details about these small workspaces that you can utilize to nap.

These Escape pods are meticulously designed airport workspaces, with features tailored to enhance productivity. Each booth is equipped with a 33.5-inch glass door, a solid glass back panel, a spacious 27.5″x11″ surface, and a stool seat with a convenient hydraulic up and down handle. Stay connected with power, data, and aux ports, complete with volume control. Illuminate your workspace with an LED light, and keep your devices powered with the included power cord.

They offer the following amenities:

  • Encrypted Wi-Fi
  • Power Outlets
  • Adjustable Fan
  • Built-In Microphone
  • Built-In Speaker
  • Bluetooth Capabilities
  • USB Ports
  • Adjustable Lights
  • Digital Lock
  • Web Camera

Escape pods can be booked for 15-minute slots, with a maximum duration of 2 hours. For 2 hours, it will cost you $60.

According to Jabbrrbox’s website, these work booths are now in JFK(T4 and T8), Chicago, Oakland, and Pittsburg. See all airport with sleep pods here.

Similar to sleep pods are sleep cabins or suites, which offer a larger and more luxurious space for travelers to rest. These options may include additional amenities like TV, a work desk, and even a private bathroom.

US’s Minute Suites and Germany’s NabCabs emerged as industry leaders in providing these services. In the US Minute Suites is now operating in major airports such as JFK, Atlanta, DFW, and SFO while Nabcabs operates in the German cities of Munich, Frankfort, and Berlin. I have shared more details on Munich Nabcabs here.

Below is an image of a Premium Queen Bed at YotelAir in Boston’s Logan Airport;

Premium Queen Bed at YotelAir Boston
Premium Queen Bed at YotelAir Boston

Aerotel:

Aerotel is an innovative type of airport accommodation that offers travelers private and comfortable sleeping pods directly within the airport terminal. Aerotel stands out for its simple yet functional design, providing basic amenities essential for rest and rejuvenation between flights.

Here’s a brief overview of Aerotel and how it compares to similar pod concepts like Minute Suites and YotelAir.

Aerotel Overview: Aerotel is designed with the airport traveler in mind, focusing on convenience and efficiency. The facilities typically include compact rooms or pods that are rented by the hour, making them ideal for travelers facing long layovers or unexpected delays. These pods are usually equipped with a bed, desk, WiFi, and sometimes a private bathroom, depending on the location.

Key Features of Aerotel:

  • Location: Inside airport terminals, often past security, which allows easy access for transit passengers.
  • Design: Compact, minimalistic design that maximizes the small space for comfort and functionality.
  • Booking Flexibility: Rooms can be booked by the hour, providing flexibility for passengers with varying layover times.
  • Target Audience: Business travelers, solo travelers, and anyone needing a quick rest without leaving the airport.

Comparison with Minute Suites and YotelAir:

  1. Minute Suites:
    • Nature: Minute Suites typically offer private suites within the airport that include a daybed sofa, a television, and a workstation.
    • Services: Offers more than just sleeping arrangements, including entertainment options and a place to work, making it more of a mini-lounge.
    • Design: More focused on a multi-functional space rather than just sleeping.
  2. YotelAir:
    • Nature: YotelAir provides cabin-like rooms that are slightly more spacious than Aerotel and often include smart beds that convert into sofas.
    • Amenities: Often includes en-suite bathrooms, which are sometimes more luxurious than those in Aerotel.
    • Design: YotelAir cabins are designed with a futuristic feel and more high-tech features compared to the straightforward design of Aerotel.

Distinctive Aspects of Aerotel: Aerotel’s primary appeal lies in its straightforwardness and efficiency, focusing primarily on providing a comfortable sleeping environment without the additional amenities that might distract from rest. It’s particularly suited for travelers who need a few hours of uninterrupted sleep without the need for extensive additional services.

In contrast, Minute Suites and YotelAir cater to travelers who might also want to relax and enjoy entertainment, or need a more extensive workspace within their private area. YotelAir, in particular, tends to offer a more upscale experience with additional high-tech features and more space, appealing to those who might want a higher level of comfort and service.

In summary, Aerotel offers a practical and efficient solution for travelers looking for simple and flexible sleeping arrangements within the airport. While it provides fewer amenities than Minute Suites or YotelAir, its streamlined service model efficiently meets the fundamental need for rest between flights.

Read more about Aerotel Pods at London Heathrow’s Terminal 3.

Here are the cities that have airports equipped with Aerotel sleep pods:

  1. Beijing
  2. Cebu
  3. Jeddah
  4. Kuala Lumpur
  5. London
  6. Muscat
  7. Qingdao
  8. Singapore
  9. Sydney

Comparison Table of All Sleep Pod Brand and Types:

Here is the updated detailed table with the additional sleep pod brands:

Sleep Pod BrandDescriptionUnique FeaturesAirport Locations
GoSleep PodCompact pods with flat horizontal beds that recline into chairs.USB charging ports, power outlets, privacy screen.JFK, Helsinki-Vantaa (HEL), Schiphol (AMS), Perth (PER), iGA (IST), Warsaw (WAW).
EnergyPodErgonomic pods by RestWorks with privacy visors and built-in timers.Soundproofing, smart lighting, curated sleep music, gentle wake-up system.Various international airports.
Jabbrrbox BoothWorkspaces that double as nap spots with tech-enabled amenities.Encrypted Wi-Fi, adjustable fan, built-in microphone and speaker, USB ports.JFK (T4 and T8), Chicago, Oakland, Pittsburgh.
NapCabsSpacious pods with full beds, work desks, and multimedia touchscreens.Sound insulation, adjustable air conditioning, customizable lighting.Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin.
Minute SuitesPrivate suites with daybed sofas, sound masking systems, and showers.SmartTVs, free Wi-Fi, noise-canceling system, personal thermostat.DFW, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Atlanta, Baltimore, Nashville, Salt Lake City, Detroit, George Bush Intercontinental (IAH).
ZZZleepandGoSmall private pods offering basic amenities for short rests.Comfortable beds, charging ports, Wi-Fi, adjustable lighting.Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, Vienna Airport, Milan Malpensa Airport.
SleepBoxCompact units designed for short-term rest or work.Soundproofing, adjustable lighting, secure storage.Various international airports.
First CabinPremium sleeping pods with Business and First Class options.High-quality mattresses, TVs, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, multimedia connectivity.Osaka Kansai International Airport (KIX), Haneda Airport.
Siesta BoxSmall private pods with basic amenities for short rests.Comfortable beds, charging ports, Wi-Fi, adjustable lighting.Various international airports.
AerotelCompact rooms/pods with beds, desks, WiFi, and sometimes private bathrooms.Adjustable air-conditioning, secure storage, multimedia connectivity.Beijing, Cebu, Jeddah, Kuala Lumpur, London, Muscat, Qingdao, Singapore, Sydney.
DarakhyuCapsule hotel rooms designed to resemble traditional Korean houses.Single and double rooms, modern amenities, business centers, public showers.Seoul Incheon Airport.
HelloSkyCompact rooms with double/single beds and private bathrooms.High-speed internet, meeting rooms, luggage storage, lounge access.Rome’s Fiumicino Airport (FCO).
AirRoomsCapsule rooms with double/twin beds, private bathrooms with showers.Secure storage, room service, multimedia connectivity.Madrid Barajas Airport.
YotelAirCabin-like rooms with beds, bathrooms, desk space, and TVs.Smart beds, rain showers, multiple USB ports, super-fast WiFi.Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Istanbul Airport, London Gatwick Airport, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Singapore Changi Airport.
izZzleepSmall stacked capsules with disposable sheets, internet, and TV.Shared bathrooms with hot water, free WiFi, reading lamps.Mexico City International Airport (MEX).
Yellow Capsule HotelCapsule-style hotel rooms for budget travelers.Private sleeping space, shared bathroom facilities, free WiFi.Cancun International Airport.
Aviserve Sleep PodsPrivate pods designed for short rests with basic amenities.Comfortable beds, secure storage, WiFi, shower facilities.Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport.
Sam’s Snooze at MySpaceSmall sleep pods with private toilets and showers.Comfortable beds, charging ports, privacy screens.New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport.
MetroNap/EnergyPodsErgonomic nap pods with privacy visors and built-in timers.Smart lighting, soundproofing, curated sleep music, gentle wake-up system.Heathrow Airport, Changi Airport.
NapHubsCompact, private pods for short-term rest.Soundproofing, adjustable lighting, secure storage.Beijing Capital International Airport.
Glo Hotel RestPodsSmall, private pods with modern amenities for short rests.Smart glass privacy, lockable doors, high-speed WiFi.Helsinki Vantaa Airport.
This table provides a comprehensive overview of the sleep pod brands, their unique features, and their airport locations, helping travelers make informed decisions for comfortable rest during layovers.

Innovative Flexible Day-use Hotels:

Regular hotels are not being left out by the new companies innovating in the space.

If the above options don’t suit your preferences or don’t have them at your airport, there are also regular hotels located within or near airports that offer day-use rooms for travelers in transit. These rooms can be booked for a few hours at a discounted rate, allowing you to have a private space to rest and freshen up before continuing with your journey.

A prime example is the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport hotel in Singapore, which caters to travelers with lengthy layovers by offering a day-use room package. Guests can unwind in the comfort of their well-appointed rooms and indulge in the hotel’s facilities from 8 am, for a maximum of 8 hours. The Day Use Room option is available between 8 am to 8pm, with a minimum requirement of 4, 6, or 8 hours of usage. I found that overnight stays are not included in this day-use offer. Read more here.

Another option is the Regal Airport Hotel in Hong Kong, which has a similar day-use room package that also includes access to the hotel’s amenities like sauna and steam rooms, fitness center, and swimming pool. The Day Use Room Package is priced at HK$600 ($76) per room and allows usage for up to 16 hours between 07:00 and 23:00. They also offer free shuttles to the Airport.

Get more details here.

If you prefer the convenience of not leaving the airport, some hotels such as JFK’s TWA are located within the airport terminal itself. This retro-inspired hotel offers “Micro” rooms for travelers who just need a place to rest and recharge during long layovers. Rooms can be reserved on an hourly basis, starting from 6 AM to 8 PM ET, with a minimum booking duration of four hours and a maximum of 12 hours. Get more details from TWA Hotel here.