These rooms offer the privacy travelers may be seeking, as well as amenities such as daybed sofas, pillows, blankets, sound-masking systems, alarm clocks (or even wake-up call service), HDTVs that convert into computers with access to the Internet and the airport’s flight tracking system, desks, phones, and office chairs. And laptop users can use WiFi or a direct connection port to connect to the Internet. Prices start at $30 an hour, with each additional 15 minutes costing $7.50. However, discounts apply to travelers staying four hours or more, and pilots, airline employees, and military personnel also receive discounted rates.
Internationally, several other providers offer this service as well at locations such as Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London, Schiphol in Amsterdam, Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, Munich Airport, and Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
What do you think of this development in the travel industry? Would you book a suite in an airport terminal to save time and have a little privacy? Or do you prefer an alternative option, such as airport hotels or lounges?