Minute Suites provides a private retreat at the heart of Atlanta airport. Available by the hour, the individual suites are equipped with a sofa that doubles as a day bed, pillows and blankets, a flat-screen TV with complimentary audio programs and DirecTV/Netflix service, and bottled water. The suites also include a desk, Wi-Fi, a network outlet, and a computer.
Priority Pass and Lounge Club members benefit from the first hour for free, and a substantial discount on subsequent hours.
Customers can bring guests at no cost.
Note that while very private, the suites are not bedrooms—the sofas are smaller than beds and do not have sheets. Also, there are no food and drinks besides bottled water.
Minute Suites at Atlanta, GA - Hartsfield-Jackson Intl (ATL) welcomes all travelers, regardless of airline or class of service, for a fee:
- One hour: $42.00; complimentary for Priority Pass and Lounge Club members.
- 15-minute increments (first two hours): $10.50
- Two hours: $84.00; $28 for Priority Pass and Lounge Club members.
- 15-minute increments (after two hours): $8.00
For more detailed pricing information, go to minutesuites.com.
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- 4.0Based on 59 ReviewsBill S.2019-09-13 15:43:15Good concept. However, the airport is loud, even with white noise. The room I was placed had a door that didn't lock. And you are charged for snacks.Don C.2019-08-30 03:09:19Its better than sleeping on the benches at ATL airport, but don't expect it to be like a hotel. I had to ask for a pillow, there are no sheets available on...Meagan G.2019-05-25 10:52:56My boyfriend and I were able to take a nice mid morning nap in a Minute Suite in the Atlanta airport-- a complementary perk to his Priority Pass. The little...Deborah C.2018-07-21 13:46:16After realizing I was going to be stranded in the Atlanta airport for 12 hours... (This being a huge deal for someone who is traveling in a wheelchair...Ryan P.2018-05-29 11:11:02Airports can be so hectic and with the changing rules of what you can and can't carry or pack and the size of luggage, cost of water/food, etc and heaven...David F.2018-03-16 23:47:13Who doesn't love a haven for rest after a long flight? Transit hotels exist more in Asia than in the US and when one needs one of these places, they are...