I've never done a true quarantine, but I've taken many trips to Chicago where I just holed up in my room for a couple days so I could get some work done while also feeling like I was on vacation.What have been some of your experiences doing a 24 hour "quarantine" in a Chicago hotel in recent times?
Many of the hotels have a fridge in the room now. If it doesn't come standard, you can usually request it (particularly with the larger properties, like Hilton).
I often stop at one of the many CVS/Walgreens and pick up some groceries. Most of them have a large selection of fresh sandwiches, salads, fruit, and snacks like celery with peanut butter, pretzels and hummus, etc. I love Chicago's restaurants, but three meals per day adds up pretty quickly.
Also, the front desk may have a list of places that deliver. I've found that to be pretty common in every place I've stayed. If they don't have a list, I've found that the desk clerks usually have a pretty strong opinion about the best place to order from.