10 Airport Hotels Where You’d Want To Be Stranded
We’ve all been there – bad weather, flight delays or overbooked planes leave that you stranded at the airport for several hours, or even days. While getting where you need to go is important, there is a silver lining to being grounded: new and improved airport hotels.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts first introduced the airport hotel concept in 1959 and today has an expansive portfolio of next-generation properties across some of the largest travel hubs in the world. Whether you check-in on a day rate, spend the night or plan an entire trip around visiting these properties, we can guarantee that you’ll be delighted by Hilton’s hospitality at these unique and upscale hotels.
Designed by the acclaimed Dutch Architects Mecanoo, the hotel is an impressive landmark with an iconic cubic structure, diamond shaped windows and spacious atrium featuring a 42-metre high glazed roof. The hotel’s Axis Lobby and Cocktail bar also is home to one of the largest collection of Dutch gins and jenevers, the Dutch national drink from which gin itself evolved.
A foodie’s dream, this hotel has six distinctive food and beverage outlets and is one of the only international five-star hotels in Beijing with a Sichuan-style restaurant. The property’s Long Bar venue also has one of the longest L-shaped bars in China and is designed to offer live music along one side and a quieter lounge environment on the other. The hotel also features 30 private dining rooms which allow privacy after a long meeting or flight.
Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon offers resort-style amenities, including an Olympic-sized heated, outdoor pool, a modern fitness center, featuring tech-savvy equipment, tennis courts, a basketball court and a scenic jogging path along the lagoon, perfect for guests looking to maintain a healthy, daily routine.
This hotel is housed in THE SQUAIRE building, which is often referred to as the “tallest lying skyscraper in the world” with a length twice the height of the Eiffel Tower. Within THE SQUAIRE, guests can find a high-speed train station in addition to a range of restaurants, shops, supermarket and even a children’s daycare.
Located between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of Munich Airport, this modern hotel welcomes guests with its stunning, full height glass atrium. Loosen up before (or after) your flight with a spa treatment at the hotel’s Fit & Fly Spa, which boasts a broad range of massage and wellness treatments as well as a steam room, sauna, whirlpool and heated indoor pool.
Styled after a 19th century summer palace, this Mumbai hotel offers an upscale escape from the airport with its outstanding design and expansive guest rooms. Unwind with a walk around the hotel’s garden or treat yourself to one of the many treatments offered at the hotel’s spa.
Convenience and comfort is the name of the game at this hotel, which offers a 24-hour courtesy bus to all airport terminals and several transport links to downtown Boston, located just a ten-minute drive from the hotel. The hotel also puts a personal concierge in your pocket with a 24-hour text line.
Hilton Tokyo Narita Airport has everything you need to relax from its indoor pool and hot tub to its traditional Japanese baths. The hotel is also home to the majestic, on-site Chapel Fontaine, featuring angled windows that bathe the space in natural light, for an unexpected yet beautiful wedding destination.
Escape the terminal and travel back in time to the hotel’s Gaslight Club – an authentic speakeasy, which has offered live music, fine dining and class for more than 55 years. Echoing the tradition of the roaring 20s, the Gaslight Club offers the finest prime, aged steaks and chops, fresh seafood, classic cocktails and lively entertainment.
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