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14 Dec 2014 - 05:12:44 pm

Simplifying Atlanta International Airport

Airports are designed to look beautiful, to be soothing to harried travelers. Some brave souls push their luck with what they can get the hell out of an airport though. You see them sprawled uncomfortably over multiple chairs overnight at any airport when there's a rash of weather-related delays. With its shops, services and entertainment opportunities these days, any airport worth its salt tries to provide the complete experience. It's when people actually try to obtain the complete experience promised that they realize how woefully inadequate it is. No airport experience can be complete until they provide you a place to get some reliable shuteye. In some locations like Miami international, an airport hotel right inside the airport concourse can be a full-blown affair. But most people in the search for a place to rest in an airport are not really looking for luxury. What they're looking for is a quiet bed. And in this part of the hotel industry there is plenty that's brewing.

So far, if you're trying to search for a place to set your head at an aerodrome, resourcefulness (of the kind Tom Hanks shows in the movie Terminal) is your only ally-a little quiet cul-de-sac where you are left alone, the recliner at the spa. If you are prepared to pay a little bit though, a little 7' x 9' 'room' at a one of the new pod hotels by Yotel in airports in places like London and Amsterdam will set you back about $40 for a four-hour stay. For the money, you have a nice bed, a bathroom attached, WiFi, room service, and a flatscreen TV. In short, it's kind of luxurious and kind of affordable. The good news here is that they're looking to open plenty of pod hotels in the US. In the event you would like more related info relevant to this subject, take a look at even more.

Shuttle Services Available at every terminal, that service every 15 minutes and go around the airport and nearby hotels.

But...

The idea isn't lost on other corporations interested in expanding their hotel interests either. Minute Suites is an airport hotel chain that's opened up in Atlanta international Airport about a year old. True to the name, they offer pricing for blocks of 15 minutes. Guests here get similar amenities as at the pod hotels, except that they need to go out to use the convenience. The reason they left the the bathroom out was, that once these amenities are provided, the law could call it a hotel. And then, there are extra taxes to pay. With these left out, Minute Suites is able to charge you more than $7.50 each quarter hour. They just do not want to call themselves an airport hotel even if they're one.

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