Stuck on a layover at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) in Ohio? The airport is the main hub for Continental Airlines and is located roughly 9 miles of Cleveland’s main business district which makes the city an accessible destination for those on long layovers. If you’re trying to figure out if you can leave the Cleveland airport during your layover, click here for useful tips.
If you’re stuck in the airport during your Cleveland layover, you can check out the shops and restaurants listed here. There are also banks and ATMs, currency exchange, an Interfaith Chapel in Concourse B, Medical care, Lost and Found services (216) 265 6030) and a Post Office.
As far as lounges, there’s a Continental Airlines President’s Club located at gate C14. The lounge is open from 6a.m. to 10p.m. Call (216) 501-5108 for more information.
If you arrive at night or are looking for some rest in between flights, the Sheraton Airport Hotel is located at the airport. In addition, here are hotels specifically near the airport, and for a list of Cleveland hotels at varying price points, click here.
If you have additional questions, an information desk is located in the main terminal between the ticket counters for Southwest Airlines and USA3000 Airlines, near the B checkpoint. To speak to someone in advance, call (216) 265-6030.
If you’re planning on leaving the airport during your layover, you can grab a taxi at the south end of the Baggage Claim Level (next to carousel 11). Taxis are based on flat rates – to check out the rates and taxi contact information, click here. The airport also offers rental cars, Regional Transit Authority (RTA), Public Transit bus services and limos & shuttles for hire.
Layover Guide’s Suggestions Of Things To Do In Cleveland:
Want to catch the sights in as short of time as possible? Well, a tour might be the way to go. There’s many to choose from including Lolly the Trolly tours, Haunted Cleveland Ghost Tours, and Walking Tours.
Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
Cleveland is home to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, which is a museum dedicated to the history of Rock & Roll music. For exhibit highlights, click here and for visitor information and tickets click here.
Playhouse Square Center
Considered to be the largest performance complex second to Boradway, the Playhouse Square offers musicals, shows, comedy, dance and more. For performances and events, click here.
Tower City Center
With over 100 shops, six restaurants and entertainment including an 11-screen theater. Here at Tower City Center, in the heart of Cleveland, you’re minutes away from everything including the lake.
Need to unwind in between flights? Spa West is a European style luxury spa with virtually every type of service you can imagine from hair and make-up to massages and facials.
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