Many airports now have repositioned airport chapels to be multi-faith, or even no-faith meditation rooms.
Does anyone know the rules for these? Can I just sit quietly in a corner and read a book? That ought not to disturb anyone who is meditating, I hope.
I wouldn't want to push it by playing with a phone or eat or generally using it as a lounge area, but would reading be acceptable? Would it matter what I am reading?
This might sound opinion-based, or the rules may vary by airport, so I would like answers from anyone who has ever done so, or asked officials about doing so.