Away from the bustle of the airport, our lounges offer a space to work in tranquility, enjoy a meal, or simply rest before your departure. Take advantage of Wi-Fi Internet access and office equipment for work. Depending on the time of day and the lounge, we offer pastries, snacks, or meals. Just want to take it easy? Kick back in one of our comfortable chairs and unwind in a relaxing atmosphere.
NOTE: Lounge membership access may be restricted when lounge is at or near capacity.
This is a low-key lounge that draws few visitors. The snacks are fine, but not great (i.e. pre-wrapped sandwiches). The self-serve bar is extensive. Many foreign language newspapers are available too.
This lounge definitely beats waiting at the gate! Though there was a limited food selection when I visited, it was quiet and relatively comfortable.
Great lounge but the desk people were not knowledgeable about the Priority Lounge program and were somewhat severe in admit policies. Loved the lounge itself though;
I like this lounge. Great Tarmac views. Quiet and certainly better snack options than domestic lounges. It doesn't rival foreign carriers abroad but it's fine for what is usually offered.
Nice food options. Comfortable.
I've been to Priority Club lounges around the world and this is the only one that requires that you show your card. Silly. What year is this?
Overall good stop with good selection of food and drinks. Worth the stop if stopping by.
Walk-up day passes available for $40. Good selection of packaged food, sandwiches and snacks w/ a self-serve bar. This lounge has improved over the past few years with minor refurbishments.
I actually like it here. Kinda busy but as soon as KLM boarded, it freed up room. I like the fact that they serve pineapple juice:)
Better than the SAS lounge, with its good selection of drinks and few snacks.
Wi-fi barely worked and I was surprised that this could be a lounge. Very clean, yes, but lack of services. Maybe all the international lounges at ORD should be amalgamated. We just didn't feel special.
Very snippy and strict in hours, frown upon Priority Pass members as second class citizens and will be hard on letting you in.
Very small. Quiet area. No bathrooms. Pre-packaged foods. Limited power outlets. Coffee sub-standard quality. Pretty typical for Chicago-O'Hare departure lounges. Overall disappointing.
Free booze, sandwiches and snacks. Hot soup was done at 5pm today. Good number of seats in the lounge. Bathrooms outside. Good stop to snack load for your upcoming trip :)
No hot food, but good snacks. Comfortable and reasonably quiet once those two women stopped watching home improvement shows on their iPad.
Crowded lounge. Cleared up after KLM departure. Accessed through PP without issues. Bar and snacks good. Very loud - preferred SAS lounge which was much quieter. WiFi super slow.
Lounge hopped from the British Airways First to the Air France Business. Strange to say, but preferred the Air France. Better food, comfortable. Just a bit crowded, but so was BA First.
Crowded, internet goes in and out, very hard to get to.
Very small lounge with small chairs. But it has good snack options and a great view.
Lounge is small but quiet. Great view. Got crowded close to a CDG departure. Food selection is ok. Mostly prepared sandwiches. Beer and wine selection was good. They even had ice cream bars!
Snacks are OK. No cider to drink. I wish they had a few computers to use.
Small but decently stocked lounge.
Best lounge in terminal 5. I just checked out the others and this is the most stylist, best food and enough seating space.
Surprising amount of options for snacks. Some good sandwich options including a pretzel roll sandwich which we enjoyed. Not a ton of seating though and filled up quick.
I am Gold member through Etihad. I had good time here with nice food. It's absolutely free to me as I have Gold card. Thanks to KLM.
Very good selection of snacks, sandwiches and beverages. Good alcohol choices. Was a bit crowded. And there were lots of empty tables that had trash and waste on them that took awhile to be cleaned.
Turned away an hour before close and less than half full; appears to be out of laziness more than anything. Frustrating when waiting for a late departure.
Disappointing food options, broken WiFi, and trash not cleared for at least 3 hours. It beats waiting in the terminal.
Rude staff. Was refused at door with PP as they were 'full' and when I offered to pay, the receptionist pretended not to understand me, granted I have no accent and I have spoken English all of my life.
Crowded but stocked with drinks and snacks.
I mean all things considered this place has a good selection of food and drink. Reasonably roomy, some private areas for working. I don’t mind this lounge, I would say stop in and judge for yourself.
They took away the hot food and nuts right when we arrived at 7:30 pm for a 9:45 pm flight. When we asked if they would bring out more we were told “no”.
Dated and crowded. Service is excellent but they could improve the layout and amenities.
Not crowded but “Not accepting Priority Pass until 5:30 pm.” It’s noon - I won’t be here that long. :-(
Functional basic lounge, no other options anyway. Wi-Fi decent. Hot food is awful dry pasta. Premade rolls in fridge. Basic alcohol. Full of loud Americans who don’t know how to behave in public.
After security, turn right. The lounge is located between Gates M7 and M8 on the left hand side.
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