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A transit hotel is a short-stay hotel that is situated in the transit zone of international airports, where passengers on extended waits between planes (typically a minimum of six hours) can stay while waiting for their next flight. The hotel is within the airside security/passport checkpoints and close to the airport terminals.[1]

No entry visa into the country is required to stay,[1] although some countries require a transit visa.

References

  1. ^ a b "Get sleep during your layover in transit hotels".