Yes, it is a bit pricey. However, even this small closet of a room is a welcome respite when stuck in Charlotte for a few hours. It's cool, comfortable and relatively private. I was able to get some work done and enjoy a few hours of sleep in a relativity calm environment. Highly recommend if you have a layover and don't have the time to check out and come back through security.
This place is a gift. Aisha was SUPER nice and accommodating, she went out of her way to change our room to make us comfortable without us even asking. Temperature control in each room, large sleeping space, and apple TV you can cast to. Clean, great large bathroom with everything you need. Fair prices when you consider the limited real estate in an airport.
We recently had the pleasure of experience an overnight stay during a 9 hour layover in Charlotte. I travel to Panama for stem cell medical treatment and I use a motorized wheelchair. My 16 yr old nephew and another friend were with me. Usually we would just rest and use the amenities at the American Airline's Admirals Club but they are not open 24/7 at the Charlotte International airport. I booked Minute Suites after calling and speaking with Hilda 2 weeks prior to our flight home. It was the perfect solution for us! I prepaid $175 for an 8 hour stay. The space was fine for the 3 of us. My nephew slept on an air mattress they provided. My friend was comfortable resting on the daybed and I propped my feet up on the pullout trundle. The adjacent bathroom was clean and beneficial for our needs. Our suite was the "Queen City" and fit 3 suitcases, a motorized wheelchair, and all of our carryon stuff with no problem. Blankets and pillows were included in the room. Clean, well appointed, safe, private. A great experience during our long travels home to San Diego.
It was a pretty nice walk in closet sized room. A good amount of sockets for lots of stuff, TV, and was a fairly comfortable bed/couch. Staff wasnt the most friendly though, and the whole place had a shared bathroom that didnt have a lock which I felt was uncomfortable. But with the suites being located right in the middle of the airport, you heard nothing outside. It was completely quiet which I liked. Its pretty pricy though, but hey. It was worth it for how long the layovers can be.
Clean (most times) Expensive Definitely the fastest path to a bed (its a little couch pretty uncomfortable though) They give you a little travel pillow and a small blanket So dont expect a fancy sleeping. But for sure If you need rest or some privacy to work at a computer or whatnot That is the place to go. Ive been lucky most times walking in But I couldnt get a room a couple of times so if it a plan, make it such and reserve a room. The rooms are super tiny. You have a little desk with a computer and the little couch to lay on. There is a white noise regulator so to kill some of the airport noises But if you stay there during the night, The cleaning crews of the airport can get really loud.