O'Hare International Airport is located 18 miles northwest of downtown Chicago. It's core mission is to provide outstanding service and amenities to customers.
Visit Hoy Poloi. Lots of cool stuff to see and maybe find the perfect unusual gift. Helped me kill time as I waited for me flight...
Nowhere to sit and eat if you buy food from McDonald's or Pizzeria Uno. Take your food to the waiting area + eat there (no tables)
There is a nice quiet hallway between E and F with benches and power.
Not enough seating at the gates/bars or restaurants. Worst terminal I've been in in a while.
Cramped crowded and many power outlets don't work.
Gates will be switched without notification - stay alert or you will get left behind!
There's a water bottle fill station next to the restrooms adjacent to Chili's. Go green!
The hallway to the United Club (between E&F) is nice and quiet, has seating, and lots of outlets. It's where crew and airport staff come to chill as well. There's a similar hall between H&K.
Opened in Dec 2012, the new United Club is an island of sleek modernity and brightness in an otherwise drab and dim Concourse F.
If going to Ottawa, request for an "A" seat .. It sits alone on the right side of the plane.
Power outlets in floor in F4a... To the right of the gate door podium
If you like good coffee, skip the national chains & grab some @Intelligentsia coffee, a fantastic local roaster here in Chicago, at the Sky Bridge bar & grill near F7
Water bottle filling station across from Gate F1
Easy way to get free wifi!! Click on the free wifi for American express members.. Click a random card, then google on ur phone the customer service number, enter it and BAM. Free wifi :)
Argo tea has pretty decent sandwiches and quinoa meals. Macdonalds coffee was heinous.
It's called f'd for a reason.
Power outlet on the right side on F9. Against the perpendicular wall.
With only fifteen seats per gate be prepared to do a lot of standing around.
SkyBridge cafe gyros are greasy and fries soggy.
The buss is in this terminal
F11 has got to be the oldest part of O'hare, don't come with high expectations
Bring a laptop.