There's no hotel at Brasília Airport. The nearest hotels are located in the southern districts of the Brazilian capital, like the Hotel Pousada Brasil (Tel. +55(0)61 3443 9000) and the Hotel Pousada do Pescador (Tel. +55(0)61 3323 8441). You have more choice in the city center, for example the Hotel Mercure Brasília Lider (Tel. +55(0)61 3426 4000) and the Carlton Hotel (Tel. +55(0)61 3224 8819).Golden Tulip Brasília Alvorada (Tel. +55(0)61 3424-7018) is a popular choice among both business travelers and tourists, because of the excellent facilities (including a conference center). For more hotels and to book online you can go to Booking.com. They offer a large range of hotels at competitive internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
Brasília Airport has many restaurants, cafés, (snack) bars and shops. Most restaurants close at night, but two snack bars are open 24 hours a day. With over 140 shops you don't have to be bored at Brasília Airport.
There are lockers to store your baggage. There's a lost-and-found office near the baggage claim area.
Both in the Arrivals and Departure Halls there's an information desk for inquiries about the airport, flight schedules and airport services. There's also a tourist information center (Tel. +55(0)61 3364 9488) in the Arrivals Hall offering leaflets, brochures and maps. Apart from consulting employees you can also use a touch screen.
Apart from a VIP lounge Brasília Airport doesn't offer business facilities. At the post office you can copy and fax, but for more extensive business facilities you need to turn to one of the business hotels in Brasília's center, like Blue Tree Park (see Hotels).
Brasília Airport has excellent accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted elevators and toilets and also low-hanging telephones.
There are two banks, of which Banco do Brasil also serves as an exchange office. In addition there are six ATM's, a First Aid station, a post office and some travel agents.