Economy Parking - Chicago-Midway Int'l Airport

Economy Parking - Chicago-Midway Int'l Airport

$15.00 / day
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Good
0.4 miles from MDW
5700 S Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL, US

Overview

3.7

Economy Parking at MDW

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Address
5700 S Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL, US
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Amenities

  • Long Term
  • Valet Parking
  • Uncovered Parking
  • Car Wash
  • Groupon
  • Coupon
  • On Airport
  • Off Airport
  • Online Reservations
  • Luggage Assistance
  • 24-Hour Access
  • Indoor Parking
  • Short Term
  • Oil Change
  • Handicap

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Google Reviews

3.7
Good
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(Based on 4045 reviews)
Stephen McBee
1 2 3 4 5
This is probably my second favorite airport. Listed on my love airport in Dallas. This place was clean. The staff were full of service and professionalism. It was easy to get around good Mabs. It’s a smaller airport so it’s pretty easy to get from one into the other. Nothing like O’Hare. -5 stars on O’Hare. Plus, I’ve got some fun Shops, Chapel, US, all booths for the military people, mom, pods, and many other features that I’ve not seen another airport. Including a how to practice CPR dummy that will train you how to do CPR while you’re waiting in the airport.
Chelsea Nichols
1 2 3 4 5
Airport is Small, comfy, and easy to navigate. Bartenders at the pizza place were great! Quick service. Big city chicken was worth the wait in my opinion. Skip the self serve kiosks though. It was this big dog’s first time flying and all the staff was so nice to him.
Nicodemous
1 2 3 4 5
Chicago Midway is a larger airport, I would say medium to large size, with plenty of food options and a good a out of shopping Available while you wait.



However, if some flights get delayed you'll quickly notice how small it can get especially around the gates and other hot spot areas. Overall it was a decent experience not major complaints.
Marco Barry
1 2 3 4 5
First time in and out of Midway and thought it was great. Easy to get in and out of and compact in size so also quick to get around. Lots of comfy places to sit. Awesome views of the city and lake right before landing and immediately after takeoff.
Ashley Anderson
1 2 3 4 5
It is what it is! Good and bad days. We recently went to New Orleans and had a great experience. No problems even though it was right after Hurricane Ida for a Bachelorette Party. Well worth the time to do.
Teri Curtis
1 2 3 4 5
Super clean airport. Easy access to public transportation Orange line L is accessible near the baggage claim. Getting through security is a breeze. Concourse B has several food options, and Hudson News convenient stores. Everyone that we came into contact with was really friendly. They have done a lot of upgrades since the last time I was here.
A L
1 2 3 4 5
Having visited Midway dozens of times over the last decade or so exclusively by way of layovers, I've always been impressed. Without any hesitation, I can declare that Midway is my ideal midway travel point.



A large amount of varying and good-quality restaurants and other food establishments are present, in addition to numerous seating areas scattered throughout the terminal. With three main wings large in size, Midway features a simple floor plan that is easy to traverse while maintaining one's sense of location. Because of how distant sections are from one another, the moving walkways compensate this issue while also providing a quick alternative for those simply in a hurry.
Karen D
1 2 3 4 5
Drop off and pick up are chaos, but other than that the rest of the airport experience is adequate. Luggage drop off and ticketing are typical, and security lines are standard. Once through into the main terminals, the food and shopping experiences are good. Easy to find places to charge cell phones and computers. Upon returning, luggage pick up is always backed up. However, this is no more than at other airports. Generally an easy in and out when traveling to/from Chicago and suburbs.
Glen Trebilcock
1 2 3 4 5
PROS: Best connection to CTA trains of the two main Chicago airports. Abundant Chicago South Side graphic imagery provides the visitor an accurate glimpse of the city.
Michael Nestlehut
1 2 3 4 5
Flight got cancelled so I had to burn an extra 3 hours at the airport. I was very happy to discover they have a yoga room which allowed me to do a practice to use time and just relax. Thank you so much for having a yoga room, it is amazing!
Bailey Ostrom
1 2 3 4 5
The only time I’ve ever been to Chicago is through Midway Airport. While I do wish there was still a McDonald’s, they are trying make it cater to Chicago as it might be your only experience.



There are a lot of places to sit and eat that are locally owned. There’s also lots of stores to find a great Chicago souvenir. This is the largest base for Southwest and the personnel are VERY friendly and helpful. This one lady was EXTREMELY helpful when I asked where my connecting gate was.



I was also SO impressed to see that the terminal looked exactly the same from the A&E reality series Airline.
MtZ Reviewz
1 2 3 4 5
I am a fan of the fact it’s only a few mins between gates even at their furthest. I see they too have a plane caught inside! Maybe open a giant bay door and it’ll find its way out? You can still find a place from the days of yore, before ye ole reconstruction began taking place, in the corner Irish pub Reilly’s Daughter. The rest will be new to us all in that food court. Otherwise still plenty of shopping, food options, and ways to spend time between flights.
Bailey Ostrom
1 2 3 4 5
The only time I’ve ever been to Chicago is through Midway Airport. While I do wish there was still a McDonald’s, they are trying make it cater to Chicago as it might be your only experience. There are a lot of places to sit and eat that are locally owned. There’s also lots of stores to find a great Chicago souvenir. This is the largest base for Southwest and the personnel are VERY friendly and hospitable. I was SO impressed to see that the terminal looked exactly the same from the A&E reality series Airline.
Bailey Ostrom
1 2 3 4 5
The only time I’ve ever been to Chicago is through Midway Airport. While I do wish there was still a McDonald’s, they are trying make it cater to Chicago as it might be your only experience. There are a lot of places to sit and eat that are locally owned. There’s also lots of stores to find a great Chicago souvenir. This is the largest base for Southwest and the personnel are VERY friendly and hospitable. I was SO impressed to see that the terminal looked exactly the same from the A&E show Airline.
Asif Rehmani
1 2 3 4 5
As far as airports go, the Chicago Midway airport is a good one. Wide open areas, new renovations, a fair selection of restaurants, happy service folks.



This airport is also the hub for Southwest Airlines (unofficially ... since Southwest's real hub is in Dallas). Southwest definitely has had a positive impact on this airport. Lots of renovations, clean up and additions of restaurants in the last few years especially before COVID.



This airport is also a great alternative for O'Hare airport.
Marian Grant
1 2 3 4 5
I had a long layover at Chicago Midway International Airport. The late night staff is so helpful with directions and information. All of the restaurants and stores were closed upon my arrival. This airport was so clean. The bathroom was clean and fully stocked with essentials. The bathroom stalls are unusually large. This is prefect for bringing in your luggage with you into a stall. The Agents at the desk were clear and precise with instructions. Walked all over the airport to locate a vending machines that sold water. All of them were down.
Bailey Ostrom
1 2 3 4 5
The only time I’ve ever been to Chicago is through Midway Airport. While I do wish there was still a McDonald’s, they are trying make it cater to Chicago as it might be your only experience. There are a lot of places to sit and eat that are locally owned. There’s also lots of stores to find a great Chicago souvenir. This is the largest base for Southwest and the personnel are VERY friendly and helpful. This one lady was EXTREMELY helpful when I asked where my connecting gate was. I was also SO impressed to see that the terminal looked exactly the same from the A&E reality series Airline.
Bailey Ostrom
1 2 3 4 5
The only time I’ve ever been to Chicago is through Midway Airport. While I do wish there was still a McDonald’s, they are trying make it cater to Chicago as it might be your only experience. There are a lot of places to sit and eat as well as shop. This is the largest base for Southwest and the personnel are VERY friendly and hospitable. I was SO impressed to see that the terminal looked exactly the same from the A&E show Airline.
Volodymyr Matvieiev
1 2 3 4 5
In a spectacularly identifiable formation - a simple airport, with very typical position indicators - the interior, just a typical architectural formation of an airport terminal, without any variations of additions and features. The airport has one terminal and 3 waiting rooms of different formats
Sanjay Gupta
1 2 3 4 5
At one time, Midway was actually the main international airport in Chicago. While most people naturally think of O’Hare when they think of Chicago airports, Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW) shouldn’t be overlooked, especially because of its convenience to Chicago.



MDW is several miles closer to downtown Chicago, located southwest of Chicago, and about 20 minutes away via the Orange Line rapid transit line. We took the orange line to Our Hotel (near Grant Park).



It's a relatively small international airport with just one main terminal with 40-plus gates that are predominantly spread between two main concourses. Southwest is the main airline that flies in and out of MDW,

Plenty of eating options (None at Concourse C)- it’s all at Concourse B, like HVAC Pub, Billy Goat Tavern, Porkchop, Tabo Sushi, and many more.



It has a selection of typical airport shops, such as Hudson Booksellers, but also shops for Chicago products and gifts like Chicago Sports, Chicago Market, and Discover Chicago.



While coming from the Train station to the terminal - you will pass through a gallery with pictures of Veterans. I stopped for 10 minutes and their stories were so heart-touching- " How war changed their life"



If you have some time to kill, visit this part.
Tommy Lee
1 2 3 4 5
Way better than going through O'Hare but it's alittle further commute to get to the city.

If your flight gets massively delayed head to one of the bars and enjoy a beverage and make friends.

There are a lot of food choices, but not everyone one is worth eating at.
izzy
1 2 3 4 5
it was not a bad airport, but i will say that the lines at the shops and restaurant places were extremely long. other than that it was nice, i was pretty sick while i was there, so i mostly slept and no one bothered me. one other thing i have to say about this airport is that the seats were extremely hard to sleep in because they had bars separating them and were very narrow. the airport was pretty cool looking though and had cool paintings, statues, and this airplane thingy from the ceiling which was rad.
yonarivka kimelman
1 2 3 4 5
I love this airport! So good the fact that there is so little walking to everywhere! Nice mall, quick security, and super clean!perfect!
Nikolai Mannsfeld
1 2 3 4 5
A great airport for Southwest Airlines a lot better than O’Hare. The staff were great, the airport was clean, plenty of restaurants , and easy to locate the gate. We just stayed in the B concourse since we had a connection flight and it was great. Plenty of power outlets and seating as well. If you are flying Southwest, Chicago Midway is the way to go!
Diana Cervantes
1 2 3 4 5
A no nonsense type of airport. Upon exiting the airplane we found our way to baggage very easily- not much walking.



Once we got our luggage we exited and the shuttle to take us to the car rental station was already outside.



Same thing when returning home. We found a good place to eat and wait for our airplane.



Bit airports overwhelm me but this airport is easy to find restroom, restaurants.



TSA was not busy and we passed in no time.
izzy
1 2 3 4 5
it was not a bad airport, but i will say that the lines at the shops and restaurant places were extremely long. other than that it was nice, i was pretty sick while i was there, so i mostly slept and no one bothered me. one other thing i have to say about this airport is that the seats were extremely hard to sleep in because they had bars separating them and were very narrow. the airport was pretty cool looking though and had cool paintings and this airplane thingy from the ceiling which was rad.
Nina H
1 2 3 4 5
Midway Airport in Chicago surprised me with its unique charm. Midway offers a delightful surprise for history enthusiasts—a remarkable war memorial that adds a touch of significance to the travel experience. One of the main highlights is the SBD aircraft, a magnificent World War II-era dive-bomber, gracefully suspended from the airport's ceiling. This captivating display pays homage to the bravery and sacrifices of the past, while also showcasing the incredible engineering of the aircraft.. The sight of the SBD aircraft suspended from the ceiling took my breath away, reminding me of the bravery and sacrifices of the past.



One of the huge benefits of Midway is that it's less crowded, making it a breeze to catch your flight. No long lines or overwhelming crowds here. It's a refreshing change from the usual airport chaos.



The airport may not have an overwhelming number of amenities, but it has enough to meet your needs. The staff is friendly and helpful, creating a positive atmosphere.
Dr. Ravikiran Barigala
1 2 3 4 5
Small airport in southwest Chicago. Mainly services southwest airlines. Parking can be an issue here. Pick up and drop offs are easier but they won't let you wait much.
The KC Guy
1 2 3 4 5
Nice airport that is like Southwest's northern den. It's big, bright, and has moving walkways to make up for the long walking distances. I can tell that they did a wonderful job with the renovations. Security was also quick and smooth.
Carole Bennett
1 2 3 4 5
I was here for a layover between flights. Good amount of restrooms, well spaced and pretty clean. Many of the restaurants appear to be locally-owned, with a few chains thrown in for good measure. There is a tribute/memorial to the Battle of Midway, and a USO - though it was closed when I was there.
L Edwards
1 2 3 4 5
Large airport but clean and seemingly running smooth. I have never had to go through TSA here, but when I have layovers I never hear any complaining, nor do I see people rushing to get to their flights.



Lots of little places to stop and shop during a layover as well as a wide variety of eateries. Most of the seating I have seen has charging areas to keep your electronics going while you wait.



I haven't really had to deal with any of the staff, but everyone seems pretty pleasant as I watch them interact with others. Today is my longest layover yet here (5 hours) so I guess I will visit every nook and cranny by the time I leave. LOL



I didn't take pictures because I figure everyone else has probably already taken all the good shots. If I find something as I wander around this afternoon...



After wandering around for an hour or so, I discovered a lactation area, a pet relief area, a police station, a cannabis amnesty box (🤔🤷🏻‍♀️), and a yoga studio. Some of which is new to me in an airport. And, I saw a lady who was maybe some sort of royalty. 🤔🤷🏻‍♀️ She was dressed to the hilt and had some fancy luggage with her that some man was pushing for her. 🤷🏻‍♀️



All in all, it was an interesting and delightful afternoon.



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Jessica Harris
1 2 3 4 5
The airport was kinda busy. My layover was here on a Sunday. They offer a mass service in the chapel. They restaurants are ok. If you have a layover from 2 hours or more look at the map. Its expensive but hey what are airports for lol. I always enjoy Chicago. Hope this helps!!
Amanda
1 2 3 4 5
While still on the smaller side the Midway airport has upped its game since I’d last been there. More shops and restaurants although the ones I tried weren’t great, it was still nice to see some new options. As for the airport itself it was clean and still hand some unique seating and mini history museum. The terminal seating/carpet could use some updating/cleaning but otherwise it was good.
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