Airport Hotels With Unexpected Perks

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The Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport elevates customer service to (literally) new heights at its Angels' Wine Tower Bar.
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Once you make a selection, bar "angels" strapped into harnesses gracefully glide up the side of the illuminated tower to retrieve your bottle.
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An indoor suite at the Om Spa within Hong Kong's Regal Airport Hotel.
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As planes crisscross high overhead, guests at the Regal Airport Hotel can get a massage in one of the Om Spa's alfresco bamboo cabanas.
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The resort-like outdoor pool and garden at the Regal Airport Hotel.
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Executive chef Jean-Claude Plihon—a globe-trotter who's lived in Barbados and Egypt—helms Grand Hyatt DFW's Epicurean Studio, where you can prepare alternatives to typically lackluster airport and airplane food.
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Guests at the Fairmont Vancouver Airport hotel are treated to complimentary use of adult- and child-size BMW Cruise Bikes.
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Pedal-friendly trails at the Fairmont Vancouver Airport hotel lead to the riverfront McDonald Beach Park, where the hotel keeps beehives that produce Fairmont's signature honey.
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The Fit4Flight fitness center at the Radisson Blu in Oslo's Gardermoen Airport is equipped with more than just weights and machines. There's a golf simulator programmed with 32 virtual courses.
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Guests flying solo can rent the golf simulator by the hour to perfect their swing, while groups of up to 14 can band together for a serious game.
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