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Connected to a terminal or easily walkable (~300m) from the terminal on a safe pathway in a short time by the average person (with luggage) without the need for a shuttle.
Includes use of dedicated free on-airport moving walkways/train/tram/bus for larger multi terminal airports.

Algeria
Algiers (ALG) - Hyatt Regency Airport Hotel

Aruba
Aruba (AUA) - Hyatt Place Aruba Airport (~100m from terminal exit)

Australia
Adelaide (ADL) -Atura Adelaide Airport [hotel web site]
Brisbane (BNE) - Ibis Brisbane Airport [Hotel web site]
Brisbane (BNE) - Pullman Brisbane Airport [Hotel web site]
Canberra (CBR ) - Vibe Hotel Canberra [Hotel web site]
Darwin (DRW) - Mercure Darwin Airport Resort [hotel web site]
Darwin (DRW) - Novotel Darwin Airport Hotel [hotel web site]
Melbourne (MEL) -Parkroyal Melbourne Airport [hotel web site]
Sydney (SYD) - Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel [Hotel web site]

Austria
Vienna (VIE) - NH Vienna Airport Hotel web site
Vienna (VIE) - Moxy Vienna Airport Flyertalk Thread

Belgium
Brussels (BRU) - Sheraton Brussels Airport FT Thread

Brazil
Sao Paulo (GRU) - TRYP by Wyndham Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport (airside, Terminal 3)

Canada
Calgary (YYC) - Marriott FT Thread
Calgary (YYC) - Delta (Canadian-only Marriott chain) [Hotel web site]
Edmonton (YEG) - Renaissance FT Thread
Halifax (YHZ) - Alt Hotel Halifax [Hotel website] - over the road from terminal building, walkway access
Montreal (YUL) - Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel FT Thread
Toronto (YYZ) (T3) - Sheraton Gateway Toronto Airport FT Thread
Vancouver (YVR) - Fairmont Vancouver Airport FT Thread - inside the terminal building, separate entrance. Many rooms overlook runway and apron.
Winnipeg (YWG) - Courtyard

Chile
Santiago (SCL) - Holiday Inn Santiago Airport (on premises, across from terminal building)

Czech Republic
Prague (PRG) - Courtyard Prague Hotel [Hotel web site]

Denmark
Copenhagen (CPH) - Clarion (formerly the Hilton).

Faroe Islands
Vágar (FAE) - Vágar Hotel (250 metres, outside walk on path through field)

Finland
Helsinki (HEL) - GLO
Helsinki (HEL) - Hilton - signed walkway outside main terminal but part of airport complex.
Helsinki (HEL) - Scandic

France
Lyon (LYS) - NH
Paris (CDG) - Hilton, Sheraton (Flyertalk Thread), Hotel Ibis, and Novotel
Paris (ORY) - Hotel Ibis and Novotel

Germany
Frankfurt (FRA) - Hilton FT Thread
Frankfurt (FRA) - Hilton Garden Inn FT Thread
Frankfurt (FRA) - Sheraton
Frankfurt (FRA) (airside) - MY Cloud
Hamburg (HAM) - Radisson Blu - short walk over front short term car park, 100 metres
Munich (MUC) - Hilton

Greece
Athens (ATH) - Sofitel FT Thread

Greenland
Kangerlussuaq (SFJ) - Kangerlussuaq hotel - part of airport building. Interesting characters in bar.

Iceland
Keflavík (KEF) - Aurora Star (200 metres, footpath outside building through car park)

Indonesia
Denpasar Bali (DPS) - Novotel Bali Ngurah Rai Airport

Ireland
Shannon (SNN) - Park Inn (100 metre walk outside terminal across car park)

Italy
Milan Malpensa (MXP) - Sheraton - part of terminal buildings, away from check-in area and up a level. Clearly signed.
Rome-Fiumicino (FCO) - Hilton Rome Airport FT Thread

Mexico
Mexico City (MEX) (T1) - Hilton Mexico City Airport FT Thread .
Mexico City (MEX) (T2) - Hotel NH Collection

Netherlands.
Amsterdam (AMS) - Sheraton Amsterdam Airport Hotel FT Thread, landside. Also Citizen M and Hilton Schiphol slightly further away but walkable.
Amsterdam (AMS) - Mercure Schiphol, which is airside by F pier, non Schengen [hotel website]. Also Yotel option airside, non Schiphol, between D and E.

New Zealand
Auckland (AKL) - Novotel Auckland Airport Hotel [Hotel web site]
Christchurch (CHC) - Novotel Christchurch Airport Hotel [Hotel web site], Outside terminal building inside airport's curtilage. Also Sudima and Jucy slightly further away 550-800 metres.
Wellington (WLG) - Rydges Wellington Airport [Hotel website]

Norway
Bergen (BGO) - Comfort, Clarion - short walk from terminal, next buildings along.
Oslo (OSL) - Radisson Blu, Park Inn - short pathways leading from terminal door, 100 metres
Stavanger (SVG) - Nordic - 200 metre walk up across terminal driveways. On small hill.
Trondheim (TRD) - Radisson Blu

Poland
Kraków (KRK) - Hilton Garden Inn Krakow Airport FT Thread - walk across drop off zone into building next to airport
Warsaw (WAW) - Courtyard Marriott - walk through car park across from terminal door

Singapore
Singapore (SIN) (T1, airside transit) -
Singapore (SIN) (T2, airside transit) -
Singapore (SIN) (T3, airside transit) -
Singapore (SIN) (T3, landside) - Crowne Plaza Singapore Changi Airport FT Thread

South Africa
Johannesburg (JNB, airside international terminal) Protea Hotel Transit O.R. Tambo Airport FT Thread (Africa forum)
Johannesburg (JNB) - InterContinental Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Airport (on airport premises, across from terminal, next to parking structure)

Sweden
Gothenburg-Landvetter (GOT) - LandvetterAirport Hotel [website]. Short walk across short term car park. Unmissable.
Stockholm (ARN) - Clarion [website]--Latest FT Thread
Stockholm (ARN) - Comfort Hotel [website]-- Latest FT Thread (short, uncovered walk across the street from SkyCity)
Stockholm (ARN) - Radisson Blu [website] -- Latest FT Thread
Stockholm (ARN) - Rest & Fly [website]-- Latest FT Thread
Stockholm Skavsta Nyköping (NYO) - Connect Hotel [website] (note some cheaper rooms are very low spec, bunk beds). Short walk across from terminal door.

Switzerland
Zurich (ZRH) - Radisson Blu

Thailand
Bangkok (BKK) (landside) - Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel FT Thread

United Kingdom
Aberdeen (ABZ) - Moxy, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn Express, Leonardo Inn, Premier Inn, Courtyard Marriott - signed pavement from end of terminal building, all around 300 metres.
Belfast International (BFS) - Maldron House
Birmingham (BHX) - Novotel, HGI
Bristol (BRS) - Hampton - short walk across front drive area of terminal. Unmissable.
Exeter (EXT) - Fair Oak House - just over from exit door, but check map first since it's not clearly signed.
Glasgow (GLA) - Holiday Inn Express - across the drop off zone, signed and clear pavement.
Farnborough (FAB) - Aviator Hampshire - inside terminal building, some rooms overlook runway.
Humberside (HUY) - Hampton, Nightel (this is really for oil and gas workers). Hampton unmissable, Nightel look for low long building, both outside main exit door.
Inverness (INV) - Courtyard Marriott - short walk - 300 metres outside building past hire car park, turn right.
Liverpool (LPL) - Hampton - short walk from terminal exit door
London City (LCY) - Travelodge - walk on pavement from DLR station out of airport complex, just over from roundabout outside.
London (LHR) - Sofitel (T5), HGI (T2), Holiday Inn Express (T4), Hilton (T4), Yotel
London (LGW) - Bloc (inside South Terminal), Sofitel next to North, Hilton next building to South, Hampton - inside North, Premier Inn - next building to North.
Manchester (MAN) - Radisson Blu - follow signs on upper walkway towards rail station (DoubleTree, Crowne Plaza and Clayton slightly further off)
Newcastle (NCL) - DoubleTree, short walk from domestic arrivals end of terminal, see photo in thread.
Norwich (NWI) - Holiday Inn, Premier Inn is slightly further off
Southend (SEN) - Holiday Inn (300 metres) - back a few blocks from terminal, away from rail station.
Stansted (STN) - Radissson Blu, Hampton - both attached to terminal building with separate entrances.

USA, California
San Francisco (SFO) - Grand Hyatt SFO FT Thread

USA, Colorado
Denver (DEN) - The Westin Denver International Airport FT Thread

USA, Connecticut
Windsor Locks (BDL) - Sheraton Hartford Hotel at Bradley Airport

USA, Florida
Miami (MIA) - MIA Hotel [Hotel web site]
Orlando (MCO) - Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport FT Thread
Tampa (TPA) - Tampa Airport Marriott FT Thread

USA, Georgia
Atlanta (ATL) - Marriott Atlanta Airport Gateway, Renaissance Marriott Airport Gateway, Springhill Suites Atlanta Airport Gateway (all connected via ATL SkyTrain)

USA, Illinois
Chicago (ORD) - Hilton Chicago O'Hare Airport FT Thread - connected by underground walkway from T1, T2, T3, next building, plenty of signs.

USA, Massachusetts
Boston (BOS) - Hilton Boston Logan Airport FT Thread - walkway from all terminals, head to level 3 Terminal A, or level 4 in Terminal E. Short cuts via the central parking lot.

USA, Michigan
Detroit (DTW) (McNamara Terminal) - Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport FT Thread

USA, New York
New York (JFK) - TWA Hotel — direct access is from T5 (JetBlue); use AirTrain to T5 from all other terminals

USA, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia (PHL) - Philadelphia Airport Marriott FT Thread
Pittsburgh(PIT) - Hyatt Regency

USA, Texas
Dallas (DFW) (Concourse C) - Hyatt Regency DFW Airport FT Thrad
Dallas (DFW) (Concourse D) - Grand Hyatt DFW FT Thread
Houston (IAH) - Houston Airport Marriott at George Bush Intercontinental FT Thread

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Old Dec 15, 20, 1:47 pm
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Hotels on Airport Premises

It would be useful to have a list of all hotels located on airport premises (as opposed to those near or adjacent to the airport), with a Wiki listing the airports by city and airport code. They could be broken down by country or U.S. state.

For example:

Hong Kong
Hong Kong (HKG) --

Singapore
Singapore (SIN) --

United Kingdom
London (LHR) --

USA, California
San Francisco (SFO) -- Grand Hyatt SFO Grand Hyatt SFO REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

USA, Colorado
Denver (DEN) -- The Westin Denver International Airport Westin Denver International Airport [Master Thread]

This list should be limited to lodging actually on the airport property, accessible to travellers by walking over or taking internal airport trains / people movers, rather than departing the airport on shuttles, private conveyances, or public transportation.

If there is enough interest, a separate thread could be opened for "Hotels Near Airports". For example:
​​​​​Philippines
Manila (MNL) -- Manila Marriott Manila Marriott Hotel [Master Thread]
Manila (MNL) -- Sheraton Manila Sheraton Manila Hotel [Master Thread]

USA, California
Los Angeles (LAX) -- Hyatt Regency (Concourse) LAX Hyatt Regency (Concourse) LAX REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

If there is debate over whether a property is safely walkable, such as at LAX, it probably couldn't reasonably be considered "on premises".

Rather than having separate threads in each of the various hotel chain forums, the consensus in the Marriott Bonv°y Sub-Forum was that this thread should be created in TravelBuzz.
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Old Dec 15, 20, 2:19 pm
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Originally Posted by SPN Lifer View Post
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Define "on the premises". For example, you list the Hyatt Regency at LAX but even if it's technically on airport property, it's not directly connected to the terminal and not exactly walkable either for the average person, especially with luggage, which doesn't make it much more convenient than many other hotels right along Century Blvd that are only a few hundred feet beyond the Hyatt Regency.

My personal definition would be connected to the terminal or at least walkable by the average person (with luggage) without the need for a shuttle, which I would not place the Hyatt Regency at LAX in. It may be worth noting those that are connected directly to the terminal via a walkway (DTW, BOS), others that are on the airport property but are walkable but also have shuttles shuttles (Doubletree at JAX and Doubletree at CVG), and those that are technically on airport property but not necessarily walkable (such as the Hyatt Place and Hilton at AUS).

Connected to/right next to terminal:
BOS - Hilton
DFW - Hyatt Regency (Concourse C) and Grand Hyatt (Concourse D)
DTW - Westin (McNamara Terminal)
IAH - Marriott
JFK - TWA Hotel
MCO - Hyatt Regency
PHL - Marriott
ORD - Hilton
SEA - Hilton (technically walkable if you take walkway to the lightrail then across International Blvd)
TPA - Marriott

Walkable and Shuttles:
CVG - Doubletree
ICT - Doubletree
JAX - Doubletree

On property but will probably need to use the shuttle:
AUS - Hyatt Place and Hilton
GSO - Marriott
OKC - Quality Inn
PDX - multiple on main road into terminal: Sheraton, Hampton Inn, Embassy Suites, Marriott Residence Inn

Connected via tram:
ATL - Marriott, Marriott Renaissance
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Originally Posted by SPN Lifer View Post
If there is enough interest, a separate thread could be opened for "Hotels Near Airports". For example:

* * * *

USA, California
Los Angeles (LAX) -- Hyatt Regency (Concourse) LAX

If there is debate over whether a property is safely walkable, such as at LAX, it probably couldn't reasonably be considered "on premises".
Originally Posted by ATOBTTR View Post
Define "on the premises". For example, you list the Hyatt Regency at LAX but even if it's technically on airport property, it's not directly connected to the terminal and not exactly walkable either for the average person, especially with luggage, which doesn't make it much more convenient than many other hotels right along Century Blvd that are only a few hundred feet beyond the Hyatt Regency.

My personal definition would be connected to the terminal or at least walkable by the average person (with luggage) without the need for a shuttle, which I would not place the Hyatt Regency at LAX in. It may be worth noting those that are connected directly to the terminal via a walkway (DTW, BOS), others that are on the airport property but are walkable but also have shuttles shuttles (Doubletree at JAX and Doubletree at CVG), and those that are technically on airport property but not necessarily walkable (such as the Hyatt Place and Hilton at AUS).
I agree. As I wrote, non-walkable (with luggage) hotels should be in a separate thread.

Can a moderator please open a wiki, so we can start transferring data?
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Old Dec 15, 20, 3:14 pm
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Nice idea for a topic and would make a good WIKI for this forum. I can add one to the list above:
HSV - Four Points in the landside part of the terminal.
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Old Dec 15, 20, 3:21 pm
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If there is a thread in one of the hotel sub-forums on the property, we should link to that.

This thread doesn't need to be a sticky, but I believe only a moderator can start the wiki page of a thread.
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Old Dec 15, 20, 3:50 pm
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This thread doesn't need to be a sticky, but I believe only a moderator can start the wiki page of a thread.
I think anyone can create a Wiki page for a thread. I'm not a moderator for this forum, but was able to create a wiki for this thread.
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Originally Posted by ATOBTTR View Post
Define "on the premises".
This isn't rocket science, folks.

If there's not a direct, all-weather pedestrian path (or frequent automated people mover) from the airport terminal to the hotel lobby, it's not an airport hotel.
Originally Posted by SPN Lifer View Post
This list should be limited to lodging actually on the airport property, accessible to travellers by walking over or taking internal airport trains / people movers, rather than departing the airport on shuttles, private conveyances, or public transportation.
The only thing I'd add to that is that it should be walkable via a dedicated path that is at least semi-protected from the elements.

The Doubletree CVG fails the latter test, by the way. So too any airport hotel at KAUS or KLAX. The list of true airport hotels is a pretty small one.

Sheraton at BDL is a true airport hotel and should be on the list.
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Old Dec 15, 20, 3:59 pm
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If we are going international:

Sofitel @ LHR

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I think anyone can create a Wiki page for a thread. I'm not a moderator for this forum, but was able to create a wiki for this thread.
Thank you. I didn't know that, nor how to do it.
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+ YUL (Marriott)
+ YVR (Sheraton)
+ MXP (Sheraton)
+ BRU (Sheraton)
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+ YVR (Sheraton)
+ MXP (Sheraton)
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According to the first post in this thread, the Sheraton Vancouver Airport is actually about a 10 minute drive from YVR, in downtown Richmond.

Sheraton Vancouver Airport [Master Thread]
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YVR - Fairmont
YYC - Marriott and (with encloses overpass) Delta
SIN - Crowne Plaza
SVO - Radisson
CDG - Sheraton (iirc)
MUC - Hilton
ZRH - Radisson
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Thanks to whomever added all the U.K. hotels to the wiki. Are each of them on the airport premises, as opposed to being a short drive away?
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Thanks to whomever added all the U.K. hotels to the wiki. Are each of them on the airport premises, as opposed to being a short drive away?
I used the rule of 300 metres from the main terminal building. Hence Dublin's 2 hotels (Maldron, Radisson Blu) are too far off but are in the car park, as are the Luton hotels, though I've personally would always walk it.
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FRA - Sheraton, Hilton, HGI
BKK - Novotel
KUL - Sama Sama Hotel
PVG - Dazhong Airport Hotel
MEL - Park Royal Airport Hotel
SZX - Hyatt Regency, Hyatt House
CAN - Pullman
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