Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area
Spending the night at the airport
O'Hare airport is a very crowded place that operates with numerous flights and connections, so movement is constant. It is recommended to have a sleeping bag, blankets, an eyemask and earplugs. In the case that your flight is cancelled, the airport staff can provide you with a sleeping cot.
Where to rest: Mostly, seats inside the terminal are not very comfortable, although you will find a few padded benches in concourses H, K and L. Inside every terminal there are VIP lounges for passengers with a bigger budget or that qualify to enter for free. In addition, there is a hotel across from Terminal 2.
Baggage: There are no luggage storage offices inside this airport.
Eating and drinking: Throughout the enclosure you will find several options open during the night, although prices can be pretty high.
Restrooms: Showers available only inside the Admirals Club lounges.
Wi-Fi: Free and unlimited.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, commercial stores, nursing rooms, children's playground.
The Hilton Chicago O'Hare Airport (Tel +1 773 686 8000) is located opposite Terminal 2 and is connected to all terminals through covered walkways and the ATS train. There are many other accommodations nearby, among them: Aloft Chicago O'Hare (Tel +1 847 671 4444), DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chicago O'Hare Airport - Rosemont (Tel +1 847 292 9100), Embassy Suites by Hilton Chicago O'Hare Rosemont (Tel +1 847 678 4000), Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare Hotel & Conf Ctr (Tel +1 847 671 6350), Sheraton Suites Chicago O'Hare (Tel +1 847 699 6300), The Rose Hotel Chicago O'Hare (Tel +1 847 260 4770), Hilton Rosemont/Chicago O'Hare (Tel +1 847 678 4488), Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel (Tel +1 847 544 5300), Hyatt Regency O'Hare (Tel +1 847 696 1234).