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Sleep Inn Airport in Phoenix, AZ


The Sleep Inn Airport hotel is near Interstate 10 and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport as well as a short drive to University of Phoenix Main Campus, Arizona State University and Sun Devil Stadium and Chase Field. Many attractions are within 15 minutes, like the Arizona Science Center, State Capitol, Phoenix Zoo, Desert Botanical Garden and Heard Museum. Free amenities at this hotel include: 24-hour shuttle service to the airport and METRO Light Rail station, hot breakfast buffet,wi-fi, local calls, newspaper and parking. Enjoy our heated outdoor pool, whirlpool, Fitness center and laundry facilities. Business guests can use the business center with free fax and copy services. All guest rooms include hair dryers, irons with boards, as well as refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers and cable television with extended channels. Be sure to ask about the hotel's Stay and Fly package and other packages.


Established in 1996.

Newly remodeled in 2011 with great amenities!


Company Info:

Rating: 2.46

Address: 2621 S. 47th Pl., Phoenix, AZ, 85034
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Comments (13):

1. Ted R.
Decent rooms which were clean and roomy enough.  Desk personnel were helpful and friendly.  Close to the airport however, not many restaurants within walking distance.  Price was a little higher then expected.  I would stay here again.

19/03/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. The G.
Clean, comfortable, smoke-free, fast service, nice staff.

Also, their complimentary breakfast had a nice variety of food items. There is juice and coffee; bagels, yogurts, waffles and cereals.

The hotel was a lot nicer than I expected, and I would definitely stay here again.

18/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Zentinii T.
Free shuttle van to/from Phoenix airport. The place is located next to The Hilton and Marriott Courtyard along the strip of other chair hotels. You will see airplanes and hear some noise. The hallway can be loud because you can easily hear people walking by or making small converstaion and hear people above you walking (i was on the 2nd floor).Check in was fast, but make sure you tell them what time you need the shuttle the next time and it comes every 30 mins. They have simple continental breakfast with a lemonade stand throughout the day. I gave it three stars because the pool and jacuzzi close at 10pm, not lite, and poor lighting around the fence. It felt unsafe to go there a night. The jacuzzi water temperature was good, however the bubbles are so strong that it splashes water on your face unless you sit at the stairs. It was annoying and sitting in the dark was not fun. You will be LOCK OUT if you do NOT have your room key to go back in, so you have to walk around the building and come thru the front door. I don't mind walking, but the area was dark! Parking is spacious. The room are clean with weak water pressure, however it has a microwave and a refrigerator inside the room. They also have a laundry room and I found out it cost $150 for a weekday stay, but I was compensated from US Airways and they pay the hotel $59. For the amount of $150, I prefer to stay at Aloft Hotel.

28/04/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
4. William F.
I have stayed here many times, and have no doubt that this is the best deal close to the PHX airport.  This is not somewhere to go on vacation, but if you need a few hours of sleep, I highly recommend it.  Sleep Inn is a "value" brand, but this property is far better than most in this bracket.  Clean rooms with real (not built-in) but basic furniture, free wi-fi, 20% off at Hilton restaurant across the street.  Attentive staff, good van service to airport.  If you have to spend any time here without a car, there is easy access to public transportation and during the cooler half of the year it is a pleasant walk to Mill Avenue in Tempe with the associated restaurants etc..  No bathtub, just a modular shower.

11/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Jeff G.
The hotel was nice, but very basic. It was about what I expected.

Check in was efficient and fast. I got a room on the third floor, which was all that was left, but I like high up rooms. The television was horrible. All of the local channels were unwatchable, except ABC 15. The cable channels had a lot of snow in them, but were otherwise watchable. I find I watch very little TV on trips so after flipping through the channels, I turned the TV off for the rest of the night.

Free wi-fi was a tad slow, but not bad. The room was clean and comfortable; like a Courtyard by Marriott, but smaller. The bed was average but good enough.

The shower had two heads on the same nozzle - weird but nice, however the water temperature, when turned all the way up, was lukewarm at best, and started to get cold toward the end of my shower which tells me the hotel's water heating system needs improvement.

The continental breakfast had a below average selection of food, and no peanut butter, which I wasn't happy about, but maybe they were taking precautions because of the peanut butter scare. They had USA Today. I love that newspaper but I only read it on trips. Overall, it was OK, but could have been better.

20/02/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
6. Alexis E.
Gross, do to missed flight we had to stay here, the room is okay and I am using that word VERY losely but I question the cleanliness of the entire hotel! I was laying in the bed and was horrified to see a bug crawling on my shirt, 'nuff said, although the AC truly makes the room chilly which get's this hotel a 2/5 stars.

*When you've been riding on planes for an entire day and this is what you get, all I can say is beggars can't be choosers.

24/06/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
7. R S.
I would avoid this hotel at all costs, unless everything else is full. The "deluxe" breakfast mentioned in their advertising is pretty gross, primarily consisting of microwaved tater tots, microwave canned gravy, and microwaved link sausages. There is also cereal (limited selection), super-weak coffee, imitation apple and orange juice and the ever-present cabinet of refrigerated hard-boiled eggs. I stay in hotels 200 nights a year, and it is the worst hotel breakfast I've ever seen. My room had molding around the bathroom door that looked like it had been installed by a child. There were finishing nails protruding that tore my skin when I walked past. The hotel laundry door, next to the lobby elevator, is usually open, and that room is disgracefully dirty, with cobwebs hanging from the ceiling. It's quite an eyesore! This property should not be allowed to keep the Sleep Inn brand. It reeks of cheapness, and extreme cost-cutting measures. Avoid this one if at all possible. Stay at one of the other economical properties across the street.

30/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
8. Doug C.
Your basic economy lodging: a modest amount of amenities with several flaws.

The rooms are small, but functional with a bed, small desk and a tiny bathroom. A TV sits on top of a number of dressers, although many of the channels had poor reception. Of the more optional items, there was a coffee maker as well as a pool out back.

A continental breakfast is served from 5-10 am which appears to be mostly some pastries, yogurt, cereal as well as a waffle maker. There is a small business office next to the desk where you can use the computer.

The rooms meet basic cleanliness although the walls are on the thin side. Noises from the hall or adjacent rooms can be heard fairly easily. On one night, the noises from an amorous couple could be clearly heard which woke me up: as I rolled over, I sleepily muttered "Get a room." A few moments later it dawned on me that it was, in fact, exactly what they'd done.

The location is convenient next to the airport: there's very easy access to and from Skyharbor. The downside of this is that you can hear planes on their take-off from one of the runways. Not so much of a problem at night, but some of the early morning take-offs could be an issue.

On caveat is that they mention that they are close to the new light rail line. It's actually a fairly long hike: probably near the two mile range to the station near University Ave. There's possibly one that's closer at Skyharbor, but since you'd probably have to hike across the runways, that may be discouraged.

19/01/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
9. Cassandra W.
I forgot to mention that the wifi at this hotel is nonexistent. They say they have it, but it'll show "unstable connection", and you can't pull up anything. When you ask around, other guests say they have the same issue.

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
10. Erin M.
Two words: Bed bugs.
Didn't realize it until the next day...when the bites showed up. GROSS.

Aside from that, the airport shuttle was really convenient.

We stayed here in September 2013, I probably should have posted my review months ago to warn other potential guests. But perhaps they've got the problem under control by now....

In any case, I would never stay here again or recommend that anyone stay here.

07/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
11. Elizabeth C.
Clean but the bathroom only has a small shower stall, no bathtub. Very disappointing. But they have a shuttle to the airport that runs on the top and bottom of every hour so that is convenient. I also could keep my window open all night so that was nice. Doubt I will ever stay here again because of the lack of bathtub.

19/12/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
12. David L.
Awful dirty hotel. Shower door has mold and strange odor in the room. Arrived back at 10.30 pm after long day out only to find room hadn't been cleaned. Called reception and lady couldn't have sounded less interested. Breakfast was a joke with dried up eggs and burned bacon. Coffee was weak and tasteless
Will never stay here again.

12/05/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
13. Little O.
very clean, comfortable new CLEAN beds, CLEAN bathrooms and facility. complimentary breakfast by the lobby, pet friendly, attentive staff. Affordable rates and the Italian restaurant that delivers here had pretty decent food with large portions.

Not a 5 star hotel of course, but for one night it was perfectly decent being so clean and comfortable. Free wi-fi was pretty speedy. We were completely satisfied.

15/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0