Airport Hotels offering Surprising Amenities

Apr 2 08:54 2012 Steve Robinson Print This Article

Cheap airplane tickets and discount hotel rooms or cheap vacation packages are usually preferred by many travelers.  However, many a traveler expects less than a stellar experience when choosing to stay at an airport hotel.

The following are airport hotels that offer unexpected perks:

·      The Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport sports an Angels’ Wine Tower Bar which is a steel and glass structure that stands 42 feet tall and holds up to 4,Guest Posting000 bottles of wine and bubbly.  Once a selection is made, bar “angels” strapped into harnesses gracefully slide up the side of the illuminated tower to retrieve the requested bottle.

·      The Grand Hyatt at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport offers an Epicurean Studio, where guests can take three and a half hour cooking classes that include lunch, as well as a DVD with a live recording of the session and recipes for the dishes prepared.  Classes range from “French Cuisine Decoded” to “Destination: Lima, Peru.”

·      The Regal Airport Hotel located at Hong Kong International Airport is where travel weary guests go to be pampered.  Guests can sunbathe by the outdoor pool and garden, get a message in one of the Om Spa’s alfresco bamboo cabanas, soak in a hot tub, or partake in a pedicure at the foot massage salon.  Even travelers with relatively short layovers can swing buy for spa treatment.

·      The Fairmont Vancouver Airport hotel provides guests complimentary use of adult and child size BMW cruise bikes.  Pedal friendly trails lead to Flight Path Park, an ideal setting to view takeoffs and landings, and to the riverfront McDonald Beach Park.

·      The Radisson Blu in Oslo’s Gardermoen Airport offers a Fit4flight fitness center that comes equipped with more than simply weights and machines.  It also houses a golf simulator programmed with 32 virtual courses to challenge beginners and pros alike. 

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