More Opportunities to Sleep at DOH As Airport Dimensions Opens Second Sleep ’n Fly Lounge

Nov. 22, 2022

Airport Dimensions, a global leader in airport lounges and travel experiences, continues its rapid growth with the opening of a new sleep ’n fly lounge at Hamad International Airport in Qatar. This is Airport Dimensions’ second sleep ’n fly lounge at the airport and the sixth opening in its fast-growing sleep ’n fly network.

Located at North Node, opposite Gates 30-31, the new space spans 420 square meters and can host over 50 guests at any one time, making it Airport Dimensions’ largest sleep ’n fly lounge at HIA. Boasting a range of the latest innovations in sleep technology, the lounge provides the opportunity for rest and relaxation for people travelling through one of the world’s busiest travel hubs. The lounge features a choice of sleep options for guests, including sleep ’n fly’s flagship FlexiSuite pods, bunk and family cabins as well as dedicated power nap and ‘economy pods’. Shower and toilet facilities are also available.

Features also include comfortable seating in a waiting area as well as a dedicated retail space selling travel essentials such as sleep ’n fly’s signature neck pillows, hoodies, eco dental and shaving kits, travel slippers, teddy bears and more.

The lounge is open to walk-ins, with online bookings also an option for guests. Access is also included for Priority Pass members, the world’s largest independent airport lounge and experiences program, as well as LoungeKey – both part of Airport Dimensions' parent company, Collinson.

Errol McGlothan, managing director, EMEA & APAC of Airport Dimensions said: “Demand for our first lounge at Hamad International Airport exceeded our expectations with a great reception from customers. The unique sleep ’n fly concept has been very well received by travelers at Doha and with this second lounge, we will continue to build upon this success to offer travelers even greater choice and innovation. We’re pleased to be able to offer an essential service to the airport at an important time, with travelers from all over the world traveling to Qatar this year for the FIFA World Cup and needing a place to stay.”