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Which Airports Have a Hotel Attached?

August 8, 2007 at 10:30 AM | by | ()

If there's a group of people that knows airports inside and out, it's the posters on the FlyerTalk.com forums. This thread-- On airport grounds hotels--is looking for, "hotels where you can walk to the gate from your room, no shuttle, so I can get the most amount of sleep."

Turns out there are quite a few abroad and in the U.S., including this Marriott at Houston Intercontinental Airport. Others that get the nod are in Marriott Hotels in Tampa and Philadelphia, a Sheraton in Paris, a Hilton in London, a Fairmont in Vancouver, plus two Hyatts in Dallas and one in Orlando. And who knew that the Huntsville, Alabama airport had a Sheraton in it?

Here's a bonus if you have a short stop in Boston's airport: "The Hilton is nice and frequently available on Priceline."

We're not so sure about some other airport hotels though, like the Yotel and the Ramada at JFK. And let's just hope most of these hotels have invested in superb soundproofing, otherwise, guests won't get the "most amount of sleep" at all.

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Archived Comments:

Re: Which Airports Have a Hotel Attached?

The Marriott pictured above is actually at Houston Intercontinental airport, not Hobby. The Marriott at Hobby is an off-site hotel.

Re: Which Airports Have a Hotel Attached?

There are also the following hotels attached to airports which didn't make your list:

Hyatt @ PIT
Westin @ DTW
Four Points @ BGR
Sheraton @ BDL

good eye

thanks for letting us know. i'm updating it now.

Re: Which Airports Have a Hotel Attached?

The Marriott at  Tampa airport looks so inviting as you're trudging by with your luggage to go to Ground Transportation to wait, and wait.  What a smart idea.

Hotels Attached to Airports

Pierre Trudeau International Airport in Montreal has a really snazzy new Marriott on top of the US terminal.  

YVR has one attached too.