Weary travelers at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport now have a place to get some shut-eye.
The new business Minute Suites in Terminal D near Gate D23 allows travelers to comfortably take a nap, do work or just relax.
"Where do you sleep in an airport? There's a lot of sleeping that goes on in an airport, and it's not comfortable," said Daniel Solomon, co-founder and CEO.
Thirty-four dollars gets a customer one hour in one of the nine private suites.
Each suite comes with a sofa, pillows, fresh blankets, a high-definition television and access to high-speed Internet. For an extra $25, customers can even take a shower.
"We're all about sleep," Solomon said. "These rooms are engineered to be conducive to get people to sleep in a busy, loud, stressful airport."
Minute Suites is also at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Philadelphia International Airport.
"It's a great idea for an international traveler coming in from a long trip," traveler Carolyn Phillips said.
The company plans to open a second location in DFW Airport's Terminal A in October 2014.