Normally when thinking about airport hotels, noisy small rooms and bad service come to mind but in recent years they have been stepping out of the norm and becoming more and more luxurious. From day spas to swim-up bars airport lodging has definitively taken a turn for the better. Check out these cool hotels.

Dubai International Airport Hotel

Dubai530 rooms make up this hotel located inside Terminal 3 of Dubai International Airport. The higher room categories come with massage chairs. Upon arrival suite guests receive a fruit basket and chocolates, canapés and beverages during their stay. The hotel has a 24 hour fitness center with a sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and swimming pool. 

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

crowne-plaza-singapore-2870988351-4x3It’s located at Terminal 3 at Singapore’s Changi Airport and has 563 rooms fully equipped with the latest technology and modern furniture. The hotel has a tropical vibe to it with it’s open corridors, courtyards and rainforest-style gardens. It’s amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, gym, spa and restaurants.

Langham Place

lpbca-portal-1680-945A five-star luxury hotel, located in Terminal 3 at the Beijing Capital Airport, with 372 spacious guest rooms, several lofts, townhouses and an ultra-luxurious penthouse. Each room has custom bedding and amazing city or lake views. It has an art gallery and a lakefront gym and state of the art restaurants but it’s most incredible feature is the two story 24 hour club lounge that’s split into four separate sections that each offer a different theme depending on your mood.

Regal Airport Hotel

RegalConnected to the Hong Kong Airport by an air conditioned bridge in Terminal 1, it provides it’s guests with incredible comfort. The hotel has 1,171 rooms designed with soundproof windows giving a full view of the airport. Guests can enjoy one of the 19 Thai inspired spas, six restaurants, outdoor pool or indoor heated swimming pool.

Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport

Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi AirportFive restaurants and a thalassotherapy spa, the Novotel Hotel gives you incredible luxury a five minute walk away from the terminals at Bangkok International Airport. It’s 612 rooms and suites are beautifully decorated with impressive colors, fabrics and contemporary Thai art. Outside the hotel you can find a large swimming pool and a gorgeous courtyard.

Sofitel London Heathrow

Sofitel-Heathrow-T5-London-14An a award winning hotel that doesn’t look like it’s in Terminal 5 at the world’s busiest airport, London Heathrow Airport, decorated by Zen gardens, fountains and sculptures. It has 605 rooms with large beds draped in Egyptian cotton sheets and oversized bathrooms. The hotel is known for it’s amazing spa that features an aromatherapy steam room and a hydrotherapy suite. The hotel has three restaurants where you can eat and various bars. Don’t miss the chance to drink top notch champagne at the Perrier-Jouët Bar!

Hilton Munich Airport

Hilton MunichIn the middle of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 in Munich Airport, you will find this incredible five star hotel with a spectacular light filled glass atrium reception. The soon to be 432 Art Deco inspired hotel’s rooms are soundproofed to ensure your maximum comfort. There’s a heated indoor pool, spa and 24 hour gym. 

Fairmont Vancouver Airport

FairmontBreathtaking views of the North Shore Mountains and Gulf Islands welcome you to this hotel. Located directly above the US departures terminal at Vancouver International Airport, it’s rooms are soundproof. During your stay, visit the day spa and enjoy one of the more than 120 procedures. The hotel has been voted #1 airport hotel in North America for the past three years at the Skytrax World Airport Awards.

Next time you travel, try out one of these amazing hotels and discover a new world of luxury.

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