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by Zach225 (August, 2015)


Reason for Stay: Too cheap for a hotel room
Where: Airside
Pros: Designated sleeping area
Cons: none


flew into Midway at midnight and had a meeting at 8am. My company is in startup mode so I try be be frugal when traveling. I cozied up in Concourse C on the ground and at 1am was woken up by a police officer, letting me know that they would be cleaning the concourse soon and that it would be a good idea to go to concourse a, where there was a designated sleeping area. I walked down to Concourse A and another polite officer pointed me to a massive room with 100ish cots/pillows and blankets, about 20 of which were occupied. I cozied up and would have fallen right to sleep but there was a dude snoring so loud it was comical. Like seriously I couldn't have snored louder if I tried. Lots of people were laughing at the dude, a few were annoyed. The cop told me that they'd wake us at 4:30 when more passengers start arriving, but I slept past fiv continued >>

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sleeping in Midway Airport on provided cot/blanket/pillow and free sundries

by web-administrator (June, 2015)


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(Guest Review) What a pleasant surprise when i found myself at Midway at 12:30 am in the morning waiting for my 5:30 am flight and was told of the pm travel assistance program. As i ticked passenger I was allowed a cot, blanket and pillow in a semi-dark room. Also provided was a guard while I slept! In the morning the guard handed me a zip lock block with lotion, toothbrush, toothpaste and alcohol wipes! Got some shuteye! Thank you Chicago!

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Comfortable for a quick overnight

by chopperman (August, 2014)


Reason for Stay: Just for the fun of it
Where: Airside
Pros: Clean, little noise, toilets, water fountains, 24 hour food/drink available
Cons: Light not turned off, no bench seats


Concourse A and B are the busiest, so use Concourse C. Only infrequently used by Suncountry and Allegiant, it is very quiet and clean. The overhead lights stay on all night so bring a mask to cover your eyes. No bench seating so I used a foam mattress on the floor, along with a borrowed airline blanket, and I was pretty comfortable. Got some good rest. Some of the food court is open 24 hours so there is food/drink when needed. Some security and cleaners wandering around at night by no-one bothered me for my 6 hours there.

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by web-administrator (July, 2013)


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(email submission from Benjamin) Decided to stay overnight after arriving to Midway around 11:00 PM and finding the outrageous prices of hotels in the area. THEY ARE NOT WORTH IT! STAY IN CONCOURSE 'C'! Later in the night they set up cots with blankets/pillows provided. No, they aren't the best or most comfortable items but they do the job. The airport had 2 security guards watching over us all night long. At 4 or 4:30 AM that same security guard wakes everyone up and let's you know they're taking back the cots because 'the airport is now open'. I moved down about 25 more feet into the waiting area of Concourse C which is nearly a private concourse separate from all the madness of the A and B concourses of Midway. Outlets, benches and a bathroom are all right there and little to no flights coming in and out. I highly suggest Concourse continued >>

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Pleasant surprise

by dhammer53 (June, 2013)


Reason for Stay: Too cheap for a hotel room
Where: Landside
Pros: Plenty of seats to spread out.
Cons: No food stands or machines.


I arrived landside at MDW (Midway) just after midnight. You could hear a pin drop. There are a few seats mid-terminal, but a run of seats on either side of what reminded me of a football field, as I walked from one end to the next. Plenty of single seats if you enjoy sleeping and nodding out. There were plenty of people (me included), that were able to lay across several seats and take a nap. MDW does have bathrooms landside. Passengers started arriving around 3:30 am for the morning flights. Don't forget to set your alarm, just in case.

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