Travelers at Chicago’s O’Hare international airport will soon be able to take comfortable naps and even a full-night’s sleep without stepping out of the airport. This will be possible through a new service, called Minute Suites, offering paid “extended-stay suites” with a daybed sofa, HD TV and PC with Internet access inside the airport. A total of 29 Minute Suites will soon be available near the rotunda between O’Hare Terminals 2 and 3 for prices ranging from $30-per-hour to $120 for an overnight stay.
Other features of the service include pillows, fresh blankets and an active “sound masking system” to ensure peaceful sleep.
O’Hare will be the fourth location for the Minute Suite service. There are two currently operational facilities – one at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the other at Philadelphia International Airport as well as another service about to open shortly in Dallas.
A similar service called NapCabs is available at Munich’s airport in Germany.
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