Need A Nap? New Private Suites Open At Charlotte Airport

New private suites opening charlotte airport opened today, and we are excited!

Need A Nap At Charlotte’s Airport? 6 New Private Suites and a shower facility are open today.

Founded in 2009, Minute Suites says its suites — each about 56 square feet — allow travelers to nap, relax or work. The service is already offered at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Philadelphia International Airport and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

What is a Minute Suites room?  It is a small room with a desk, couch daybed sofa, pillows, and fresh blankets. A sound masking system within each suite helps neutralize noise to help deliver recharging power nap, escape from the airport noise and privacy.

This is not a lounge where you can get free snacks or drinks. They are private rooms you can get some peace and privacy in an airport.

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Some features of the new private suites opening Charlotte Airport

Pricing

One hour (minimum): $42.00
15-minute increments (first two hours) $10.50

Two hours $84.00
15-minute increments (after two hours) $8.00

Overnight flat rate (8 hours) $140.00

PHOTO: Vane Airport

Showers

You can pre-book. If it’s a shower only, $30 gets you 30 minutes. If you purchase a suite, you can add a shower for $20.

Neither. The area we are in is called the atrium. It’s the main section everyone flows into before they go to one of the terminals. We have a very prime location.

Nursing Moms

Nursing mothers get 30 minutes free to pump/feed.  There are lactation stations opening up in airports around the country. However, we love the offering Minute Suites have for mom, thumbs up.

Priority Pass members get 1 hour free and a discounted rate of $28/hr after that. They also offer special discount rate for pilots, airline employees, and military personnel

There are so many health and wellness benefits to get some rest and airports.  We know exercising and eating healthy foods help a person achieve good health. But, scientists also say having a nap in the day is good for your health, and can prevent your brain from aging.

It’s not just about delays and cancellations, but feeling exhausted on those long travel days too. The less we derail our health, the more positive we will feel. And we are all looking for some more positive, even at the airport.

Cristina Alcivar

Founder and Editor of Vane Airport Magazine. Passionate about everything well-being, love travel, the ocean and the sun.

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