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Abu Dhabi, UAEThursday 19 July 2018

Abu Dhabi Airport's new sleep facility gives new meaning to lay-over

Passengers transiting through the capital can now catch some shut-eye in terminals 1 and 3

The reception at the new facility. Courtesy Aerotel 
The reception at the new facility. Courtesy Aerotel 

If you're travelling through Abu Dhabi Airport this summer and are in need of a sleep during your layover, there's a new facility that's just opened in Terminal 3.

Like its Terminal 1 counterpart, Aerotel’s new 24-hour transit sleep set-up offers beds by the hour. Passengers can also choose between two-hour day packages (available for booking between 9am and 8pm) and the four-hour night package option (available between 8pm and 9am).

“Abu Dhabi Airports’ utmost priority is to ensure a convenient, seamless journey for passengers travelling through the Abu Dhabi International Airport," says Saoud Al Shamsi, Acting Chief Commercial Officer (ACCO) of Abu Dhabi Airports. "With more than 20 million people transiting through the airport, the establishment of Aerotel’s new hotel facility cements Abu Dhabi Airports’ position in providing world-class solutions to best accommodate such demand.”

The interior of one of the rooms at the sleep facility. Courtesy Aerotel
The interior of one of the rooms at the sleep facility. Courtesy Aerotel

The Aerotel Terminal 1 set-up features 38 spacious rooms across three categories - solo room, double plus and double squared. Rooms start from Dh365.50 (based on a six-hour period).

The capital's airport is also home to a more pod-like GoSleep Sleep Lounge within Terminal 3.

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