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Hotel inside Incheon, or are there lounges with beds?

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by ezikyle, Dec 2, 2017.

  1. ezikyle

    ezikyle Member

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    Hi all,

    I have a long layover in Incheon coming up (10 hours) and would like to get a room. It seems a little convoluted to book a room outside of the airport going through passport security, baggage claim, etc only to have to turn around and come right back to the airport 5 hours later.

    My question is, I see the airport transit hotel they have inside the airport, but are there lounges with beds available? I have priority pass and would rather use that since it's relatively free. I don't see anything on their site though.

    Any ideas?
  2. Gaurav

    Gaurav Well-Known Member

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    I think it would be unusual to find a lounge with a bed, especially at a priority pass lounge. They do seem to have a few partners though in concourse A and the main terminal so if you can be comfortable without a bed it might be worth a look.
  3. Richard on Dauntless

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    My wife sleep over in the Tinsel Bum a few years ago. But she was used to sleeping Korean style on a mat in a room with other women.

    Here are some links. HOWEVER I see the most recent Trip Advisor says the place is closed for renovation until next year.

    And here is a review of the place:
    "I'd hoped to use the free lounge beds in the terminal but that's only for transit passengers. Since I booked a separate ticket out of Incheon I ended up at the Spa On Air.

    For $20 there's ample showers, several dipping pools and sleeping rooms - your choice of the communal rooms with mats and chairs or the sleeping rooms, mats only. You leave your shoes in a smaller locker before entering the changing room and accessing the larger locker for gear.

    Hard to beat value."
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  4. ezikyle

    ezikyle Member

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    Ha! Of course it's closed when I need it. :)

    Thinking it over, 150 bucks is worth a solid nights sleep with no fuss. I'll use the transit hotel. Thanks for the hep guys!