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Minute Suites Open New Location at Salt Lake City Airport

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Minute Suites has opened a new location at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), now the 10th airport to feature the service. Minute Suites are a great in-airport location to nap or relax before your flight, paid for in hourly or partial-hour increments as needed. With Salt Lake City being a Delta hub, this location is likely to be used quite frequently!

What Is Minute Suites?

Minutes Suites are located in 10 different airports, with 15 different locations (some airports have more than 1 location). Inside Minute Suite locations, you’ll find individual suites with a day bed, television, and desk — the perfect place to catch up on work or take a nap.

Some locations (excluding SLC) feature showers where you can freshen up, too. The key is that you have your own private room where you can work or rest, and it is charged with a minimum of a 1-hour usage with additional time charged in 15-minute increments. You can even stay overnight, too, which is a great use if you have a super early flight.

It’s worth noting that these suites don’t offer food or beverage amenities like a traditional airline lounge, and are primarily focussed on privacy.

New Minute Suites Location at SLC

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The new location at SLC is located in Concourse A near gate A33. The location features 7 suites, a relatively small number of rooms compared to other locations.

If you have a Priority Pass membership that comes with select credit cards (excluding Capital One), you may be eligible to receive a 1-hour free stay in a suite, which for most travelers will be plenty of time. You can purchase additional minutes if you wish to stay longer.

Regular pricing is as follows:

1 hour (minimum)$48
15-minute increments$12
Extended 8-hour stay (after 9 p.m.) to Overnight (after 9 p.m.)$175

You can book a stay on the Minute Suites website or app (iOS, Android).

Hot Tip:

Since there are only 7 suites, and guests are required to purchase a minimum of an hour stay, you may find suites booked up! Book your suite in advance to avoid disappointment when you arrive.

Final Thoughts

If you’re transiting through Salt Lake City, take advantage of the new Minute Suites location in Concourse A. It’s the perfect place to grab a snooze before your flight or take a conference call in the privacy of your own room.

About James Larounis

James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.


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