Minute Suites: The Traveler’s Retreat

Posted Jun. 30th, 2015 by Tanya Cox

Minute Suites offer travelers a place to nap, relax, and work. Photo: Minute Suites

Minute Suites offer travelers a place to nap, relax, and work. Photo: Minute Suites

Here’s the problem—It’s been a long travel day. You’re tired, or need to work, and stuck in the airport for a few hours waiting for your next flight. Minute Suites: The Traveler’s Retreat has the solution.

Minute Suites offer travelers a private retreat within the terminal to nap, relax, or work in airport terminals. Currently, they are available at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

We travel a lot, (that’s an understatement!) and having a private spot to catch up on work or refresh is necessary.

The Minute Suites look pretty comfortable and well situated…and a nice upgrade from airline clubs when you want to be by yourself.

Minute Suites are set up for napping, relaxing, and/or working.

Minute Suites in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Photos: Minute Suite

Minute Suites in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Photos: Minute Suite

Some of the amenities include:

  • Access to flight information and high speed internet
  • Room temperature controls
  • Sound-masking system
  • Hot towel service
  • Spacious daybed sofa with fresh blankets and disposable pillow cases
  • 32” TV that converts to computer
  • Workspace and office chair
  • Choice of alarm clock or wake-up call

The Suites are inside security, so they are close to the boarding gates.

Has anyone tried them? Let me know what you think in the comments!

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  1. DeanOn Jul. 1st, 2015

    Always the great hostess . . . thinking of ways to make travel more fun than hassle. Of all the photo trips I’ve taken, those with you and Dan have been the best . . . best locations, best logistics, best travel companions. You are truly a gem and this post is further evidence just how much effort you put into making travel with “DanTan” the best in the “industry.”

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      Daniel J. CoxOn Jul. 1st, 2015

      Thanks Dean, you are dead on with your observations about how Tanya works. Thanks for noticing and your support.

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