Time for another snapshot – this time – we’re going to look at hotels. First up, the Radisson O’Hare
near Chicago O’Hare airport.
The Radisson O’Hare is in Des Paines – around 10 minutes by cab or shuttle bus from O’Hare International airport (depending on traffic). It’s near the All-State Arena, and a massive Target.
It’s a low-rise two-floor building, with a cafe, restaurant and a steak house next door.
Check-in was handled quickly, as the hotel was booked on points. A room change was requested so I was on the ground floor (mainly with the bags I had… I didn’t want to tote them too far).
The room itself is a reasonable room, with a two beds, sofa, desk and bathroom.
Armchair (a relatively good workspace after a long flight)
Bed controllers with “sleep numbers”. No. I don’t do them either.
Moving onto the bathroom, it was well equipped and well presented
WiFi was passable. Local connectivity back to the airport is by a shuttle bus (every half hour) or Uber and co.
A breakfast voucher was included on this booking. It was a buffet style, with the usuals – bacon, eggs, french toast, cereals, etc. Nothing special, but something that filled more than a hole.
Breakfast bar. Note Magical Waffle machine.
Your eggs. Scrambled.
A table, some breakfast and me hungry.
The full review soon!
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