Unlike JFK, Heathrow, and Abu Dhabi Airports which worked with GoSleep or YOTEL to provide sleep pods, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has opted to go with a local company, Minute Suites.
The concept of compact sleeping space is similar between Minute Suites and other sleep pod companies. The main differences are the locations of Minute Suites within the airport and the types of amenities they offer guests.
Are there Sleep pods at Atlanta Airport?
Yes, there are sleep pods at Atlanta Airport! Minute Suites is the company that provides them, and they have several locations throughout the airport. Minute Suites provides personal suites for travelers who need a place to rest, work or simply relax in between flights. The suites are located in Concourse B, near the gates.
In August 2018, Atlanta Business Chronicle reported that the City of Atlanta had tapped a local company to provide hourly-rate sleeping pods around Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
About Minute Suites:
Launched in 2007, Minute Suites is the pioneer and leader in providing private, comfortable places for travelers to take a break inside major airports across the U.S. Minute Suites locations can be found in Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston Bush Intercontinental, Denver, Phoenix Sky Harbor, Charlotte Douglas, Philadelphia, Miami International, and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airports.
Minute Suites started first Minute Suites in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on November 18, 2009. The second location was established in the Philadelphia International Airport in March of 2011, joining another site while expanding the concept to 13 suites, following the success of our Atlanta site.
How Minute Suites look like:
Minute suites in Atlanta Airport measure about 5 by 8 feet which is more than enough to fit a daybed, small table, and a chair.
Below is an image of a typical suite.
Where are the Sleep pods Atlanta Airport located?
According to Minute Suite’s website, the sleeping pods or spaces at Atlanta Airport are located in the following locations;
- Concourse B near Gate B24.
- Concourse B near Gate B16.
The map below shows where Gate B24 is on the map;
The image below shows the location of Gate B16 where other Minute Suites are located;
Here is the image of the full terminal
How to book sleeping pods at Atlanta Airport:
You need to download Go Mobile App which is available on both Apple App Store and Google Play Store by following the steps below;
- create an account
- select Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
- select Minute Suites
- choose the date
- number of hours needed
- payment information
What are the amenities offered in Sleep pods at Atlanta Airport?
The pod comes with;
- Linens and pillow
- Reading light
- Curtain for privacy
- TV with DirecTV
- Noise-canceling headphones
- Work table and chair
Cost of Sleep pods in Atlanta Airport:
You can book one of Minute Suite’s sleeping spaces/pods at Atlanta Airport for a minimum of one hour which will cost you $48. For every additional 15-minutes for another 2 hours, you’ll be required to pay $12 – that’s $48 per hour. After 2 hours, you can pay $9.5 for every 15-min increase.
Below is a snapshot of their fee table which I got from their website.
Worth noting that nursing moms get 30 mins free.
Minute Suites Contact info
You can reach Minute Suite via this phone number; (404) 762-7660 to reserve your room.
List of all airports with Minute Suites for sleeping
- ATL HARTSFIELD-JACKSON AIRPORT – CONCOURSE B (ATL-B): (404) 762-7660
- ATL HARTSFIELD-JACKSON AIRPORT – CONCOURSE B (ATL-T): (404) 907-4002
- BWI BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – CONCOURSE C: (240) 720-2158.
- BNA NASHVILLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – CONCOURSE D: (629) 202-6936
- CLT CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT – ATRIUM (CLT): (980) 299-1542
- DFW DALLAS-FORT WORTH- TERMINAL A (DFW-A): (972) 973-7373
- DFW DALLAS-FORT WORTH- TERMINAL D (DFW-D): (972) 973-4235
- DTW DETROIT METROPOLITAN AIRPORT (DTW): (734-442-7016)
- LGA LAGUARDIA INTERNATIONAL (LGA): (718) 554-9570
- PHL PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL (PHL): (215) 937-1076
FAQs on Minute Suites/Sleeping Pods at ATL HARTSFIELD-JACKSON AIRPORT
Q: Can I book a space for more than one hour?
A: Yes, you can. You will be charged for every additional 15-minutes after the first hour.
Q: What if I want to stay longer than planned?
A: You can extend your stay by 15 minutes increments through the Minute Suites App or by visiting the front desk.
Q: How do I pay for the space?
A: You can pay with your credit/debit card, American Express, or Minute Suites gift card.
Q: What if I need to cancel my reservation?
A: You can cancel your reservation up to one hour before your scheduled arrival time with no penalty.
Q: What if I don’t have a smartphone?
A: You can still book a space by visiting the Minute Suites front desk.
Q: What if I need to check-in for my flight?
A: You will need to show your boarding pass to the Minute Suites front desk agent when you arrive to the location.
Q: Do I need to be a member to use Minute Suites?
A: No, you don’t need to be a member to use Minute Suites.
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