Beat the polar vortex with Booking.com’s 5 best airport hotels

2014 has not been kind to travelers. On-time departures, flights and  have been frozen like the rest of us in the insane, polar vortex-level cold that’s gripped most of North America thus far. And it’s not over yet.

With , Booking.com (which I’ve covered before) has offered up at least a little peace of mind to carry with you to the airport—or at least to the airports of five cities. Below are the five highest-scoring airport hotels, by customer review, just in case things don’t go as planned:

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Sofitel London Heathrow

1. , London — 9.0/10

  • Direct access to Heathrow’s Terminal 5 via covered walkway
  • Luxurious health spa
  • 24-hour gym
  • Bars and restaurants
  • Direct train services to central London

 

Kempinski Hotel Airport München

Kempinski Hotel Airport München

2. , Munich — 9.0/10

  • Located between Terminals 1 and 2 of Munich Airport
  • Large, soundproof windows
  • Spa
  • 24-hour gym
  • American buffet
  • Fine cuisine at Restaurant Charles Lindbergh

 

Hyatt Regency O'Hare

Hyatt Regency O’Hare

3. , Chicago — 8.9/10

  • Minutes from Chicago O’Hare International
  • Airport shuttle
  • Easy access to downtown Chicago an entertainment and restaurants
  • Incredible interior architecture
  • Full-service business center
  • 24-hour gym

 

Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel

Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel

4. , Bangkok — 8.3/10

  • 24-hour airport shuttle leaving every 15 minutes
  • Beautiful outdoor pool
  • Massages available
  • Fitness center
  • Thai food at Sala Thai, international dishes at The Square, as well as Cantonese and Japanese options
  • Up to 2 children (15 or under) stay free with parents

 

Westin DFW Airport Hotel

Westin DFW Airport Hotel

5. , Dallas — 8.5/10

  • Airport shuttle service
  • Outdoor rooftop pool
  • Fitness room
  • Business center
  • Authentic southwestern cuisine at The BlueFire Grille
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