For the OVERNIGHT travelers, there is a quiet zone in Terminal 1. It’s very close to the Delta Club lounge in concourse F. Just going up the stairs , on the second floor, it’s the quiet zone for the travelers with sofa and some pads .
It’s bright and safe with security cameras around , but maybe not too good for sleepers. It’s quiet between 10pm-4am.
Some small guys (mice) come out for food at night .
Gets a little confusing at night when they close certain escalators and stuff, but for the most part nicely laid out. Definitely non smoking and pricey as airports always are. The moving sidewalks are a plus and help you get where you need to go quickly. There are also trams that are helpful! Lots of great options available for shopping and food!
Nice down home family restaurant. Nothing fancy just great comfort food. Bacon was excellent! Meals reasonable. Wait staff memorized orders and were quick and efficient. I'll bee back.
Very clean and very busy! At least on the weekends. Arrived midday and there were a nice amount of stores and eateries open. For our first time here it wasn't bad at all. And the area to get picked up by ride-share wasn't a nightmare like some airports so that was a plus.
#1 Airport in my eyes. So convenient. Check in and security so easy and smooth. Restraint and snack options are great. Best restrooms of any airport I travel through. Great experience!
The airport is beautiful but if you're ever in Terminal C I would beware for a bar/restaurant called Blue Door Pub, they have no problem making excuses for serving skunked beer that should have been pulled in April 2020 when it's September 2020. I still can't take that disgusting taste out of my mouth.