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Best Place To Sleep At The Las Vegas Airport – Sleep Rooms!

There’s nothing worse than being stranded at the airport. Flight delays, cancellations, and layovers commonly leave travelers in an exhausted state with hours to wait. Unfortunately, there isn’t a hotel within Harry Reid International Airport, which makes getting sleep a difficult proposition.

The good news is, there are two sleep rooms available for rent at ZEROLevel Fitness, which can be found near the baggage claim area in Terminal 1.

I recently rented one out for a test drive and wanted to share my experience!

Where Are The Sleep Rooms in the Las Vegas Airport?

First, you’ll need to navigate to Terminal 1 if not already there. If you need to get there from behind security, you can jump on the inter-terminal tram.

If you’re still pre-security and need to get to Terminal 1, you can leverage the free inter-terminal shuttle, which Stops at Level Zero of both Terminals 1 and 3 every 20-30 minutes.

Once You make it to Terminal 1, head towards baggage claim. Behind carousel 10, there is an elevator you’ll take down to Level 0. The elevator doors open up to ZEROLevel Fitness’ lobby, where the sleep rooms are located.

How Much Do the Sleep Rooms Cost?

Sleep rooms are rented out by the hour, although 2-hours is the minimum block of time you can purchase.

  • 2 hours: $40
  • 5 hours: $80
  • 10 hours: $120

Note that you don’t have to use all your hours in one sitting. You can buy in bulk and any unused time paid for can be used at a later date. The time you purchase does eventually expire, but you have 120 days from your initial purchase to use it up.

While I stopped by and booked at the last minute, reservations can be made in advance by calling (702) 261-6611.

Are Overnight Stays Allowed?

Yes. While overnight stays were eliminated during, and immediately after the pandemic, overnight rentals are again available on days that ZeroLevel Fitness is open 24 hours.

They’re currently open around the clock from Sunday – Friday (they close on Saturday), and you can double-check their current hours of operation on their website, here.

The employee I just spoke with warned that overnight hours can fill up quickly, and in advance, so reserve your spot as soon as possible.

What Are The Airport Sleep Rooms Like?

Basic, but that’s all I needed. Within the room, there’s a twin bed, fan, salt lamp, towels, rule sheet, and instructions for connecting to the WiFi.

The bed was comfortable enough and I had no issues dozing off. Light sleepers will want to note that the clink of weights, music playing in the gym, and even the occasional slot machine ding from upstairs is audible from the room. Earplugs or noise-canceling headphones could be helpful for those that have trouble falling asleep.

Included with your sleep room purchase is access to the fitness center and locker rooms. For some on the tail end of a long travel day, a shower at the airport could be just what the doctor ordered.

Food options are available outside of the fitness center, however, because of ZEROLevel Fitness’ location pre-security, your options are limited. Notably, there is a Starbucks and a Wendy’s nearby.

Here are some pictures of my room:

Twin Bed in a Las Vegas airport sleep room
Simple, yet effective.
Counter space, chair, and fan in the sleep room

Notable Sleep Room Rules

There are some rules you’ll want to be aware of:

  • First, the consumption of alcohol or drugs is prohibited. Could you get away with it in a locked room? Probably. Just know it’s not allowed.
  • Only one person is allowed in the room at a time. I know what you were thinking. You wanted to squeeze in a pre-flight quickie. Not so fast.
  • You can come and go as you please to grab food, coffee, etc.

Although not luxurious by any stretch, I found the sleep rooms at Harry Reid International Airport to be a comfortable place to doze off at a reasonable price.

If I ever have a flight canceled or delayed, this option is 100x better than sprawling out on the floor in the airport terminal. Put this option in your back pocket for use if you’re ever desperate!

Related: Stranded? Check out this rundown of things to do at the airport in Las Vegas!

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Christy

Tuesday 26th of March 2024

I'm curious how many sleep rooms they have. Do you know?

Jake Hoffman

Thursday 28th of March 2024

Hey Christy - I believe it's only 2.

Dan Langton

Thursday 8th of June 2023

Do you have to go through security to get back or can you just take the elevator?

Jake

Thursday 8th of June 2023

@Dan Langton, I don’t believe you need to go through security as it’s near baggage claim.

Renee Hiller

Sunday 5th of March 2023

Hello , look for a place to stay I fly in on the 16 of March a later fight. Just need to get a little sleep.

Are you located right in the airport?

Jake

Sunday 5th of March 2023

@Renee Hiller, they are. The article above tells you where to find it.

As for availability, I would call them directly.

Samuel

Tuesday 29th of November 2022

What about a parent with a child? They cannot be in the same room? Even with additional charge? Sound not right...

Jake Hoffman

Friday 2nd of December 2022

Yea, not sure how strict they are on the policy. I understand why it's in place, however.

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