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The Skyline Hotel is handily located in the centre of the Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen neighbourhood of New York City, just a few blocks away from the new Cruise Terminal and Times Square. Head to the trendy restaurants and nightclubs in the area for a memorable experience, see a show in the glittering Theatre District or explore the Intrepid Museum nearby. Alternatively, have a fun day out by going to see the famous Statue of Liberty.
All of the traditionally designed rooms at the Skyline Hotel are perfect for relaxing after a busy day in the city. Each room provides 24 hour internet access (chargeable), ironing facilities, a mini fridge, an in-room safe, on-demand movies, a hair dryer and a private bathroom with environmentally friendly bath products.
With the grand opening of PJ Bricks Restaurant & Bar, guests can sit back and relax whilst enjoying a delicious meal without having to leave the hotel. The hotel is also home to a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool for guests to make full use of.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 232
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- In Room Safe
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Cost: $10.00 Per Night
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: John F. Kennedy International Airport
- Distance: 27.9 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: John F. Kennedy International Airport Distance: 27.9 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2387 reviews
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Stay Date: 02/2017, dorris66 wrote this review.
Finding this hotel and the experience hard to review As was so looking forward to te visiting the big apple but won't return to NY for a long time - The hotel is ok -ish for the price and if you don't mind a 30 min cold walk from hotel to time sq (… See more
Finding this hotel and the experience hard to review As was so looking forward to te visiting the big apple but won't return to NY for a long time - The hotel is ok -ish for the price and if you don't mind a 30 min cold walk from hotel to time sq ( think other reviews have said less time but that's what it took me.) And u don't mind An In- personal hotel u should b fine here . no one welcomes you . No one greeted at all. Just a shabby dressed man taking our bags , then once st room Rudley put hand out for tip I could find My bag so he just rolled his Eyes and left , If you like that sort of silence and rudeness And bad customer service then this hotel is fine The hotel restaurant attached is awful it's expensive and awful food it cost me over $80 for 3 awful ojs A slice of burnt cold toast, 1 cup of tea and 3 breakfast that had 2 eggs 2 slice of burnt bacon and some cold potato wedges ( very very spicy ) That we didn't want but he said they would NOT change anything we felt so un welcomed. It was a tex mex. I had mentioned the appalling breaky and cost to reception and was told coldly it wasn't anything to do with them the restaurant not part of hotel !! Even though ' skyline ' on receipt ! ...snd you walked from reception straight through to it , at this point I really regretted choosing this hotel So that was our first impressions of the friendly city .. not ! After a long long cold day that 30 min walk seemed to much - me and my daughter got a yellow taxis from time sq on 3 different evenings at the same time and got 3 diffent disgusting prices one price being $30 dollars for a very short journey the next night a very reasonable $10 Next it was $25 ..and no there wasn't traffic on any occasion - so again mentioned this to the hotel - to which they said depends what taxi driver u get !!!! O my so YES contrary to what you are told yellow cab drivers do rip you off , so BEWARE !! Always Know what it shud cost and only pay that price. I was gutted. The bell man said just give them $10 as that's the price from here to just outside time sq but we were to scared to do that. The hotel has comfy beds and pillows that's about my only positive, I had wished I'd paid a bit more for a hotel nearer time sq or Central Park. The taxi thing is not the hotels fault but a little understanding would have been Welcome rather the hotel receptionist just shrugging his shoulders and when I walked away laughing with another member of staff I would not recommend this hotel or stay here again The rooms are quite dated too. If you are looking at this review it means your Traveling to NY , if like me you have been before several years ago u will see a big change be prepared to take all your credit cards cash and more . It is soooo expensive not just city expensive I travel into London a lot, NY it's ridiculously expensive and the tipping totally out of control . We had several meals - not posh nosh I'm talking deli style and for 3 of us we never got change from $200 .. and as they annoyingly put it plus tips!!! Good luck ! I've pictured my most expensive breaky and cheese n biscuits ever Plate of cheese biscuits $30 .... plus tips !!! Collapse
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Stay Date: 02/2017, Richard G wrote this review.
Really nice hotel for the money. Everything was clean and smelled fresh. Rooms were large and bright. Short walk to piers, great location to everything on foot. Dogs were allowed during Westminster. Parking onsite. Overall very good experience
Really nice hotel for the money. Everything was clean and smelled fresh. Rooms were large and bright. Short walk to piers, great location to everything on foot. Dogs were allowed during Westminster. Parking onsite. Overall very good experience Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, Chris A wrote this review.
The skyline hotel is clean and the staff are very helpful and friendly. The maid cleaned our room daily and left it spotless each day. The hotel is situated three streets back from Times Square. You could eat and drink in the Hotel restaurant, it is… See more
The skyline hotel is clean and the staff are very helpful and friendly. The maid cleaned our room daily and left it spotless each day. The hotel is situated three streets back from Times Square. You could eat and drink in the Hotel restaurant, it is a little expensive to eat but nothing to bad. The drink was a small glass Pepsi $3.60 or pincher of Bud $15.00... The only bad point about this hotel and it is only one but its probably a communication issue from our holiday company....... Is you have to have a visa card for your room key or $100 cash a room for deposit uncase of damage.. Collapse
Very good except for one thing...
Stay Date: 12/2016, ValerieHolmes wrote this review.
We stayed here for one night when we came into the city to go the The Nutcracker at the NYC Ballet. It was a very pleasant, clean, well-appointed, comfortable hotel, and the staff were all very pleasant and helpful from check-in to check-out. The b… See more
We stayed here for one night when we came into the city to go the The Nutcracker at the NYC Ballet. It was a very pleasant, clean, well-appointed, comfortable hotel, and the staff were all very pleasant and helpful from check-in to check-out. The beds were comfortable. Our room and bathroom were well-appointed and very clean. We ate a snack of homemade chips and guacamole at the restaurant on the first floor of the hotel, which were absolutely delicious! I wouldn't hesitate to eat dinner there. We were able to walk to the ballet, about a 20 minute walk. The following morning the hotel held our bags for us while we went to brunch and to see the tree in Rockefeller Center. There is a parking garage next to the hotel (literally, right outside the door - you check your car in and go in the hotel door), and when you stay at the hotel, you get your ticket stamped by the hotel and get 10 dollar parking for each 24 hours you stay at the hotel. Very nice perk. The only glitch was the overheated room. There seems to be a problem with regulating the temperature. We called the front desk and they sent someone up to try and help. He turned off the valve to the pipe to stop the heat, and said we could turn it back on if/when we needed to. He apologized and said it was difficult to control the temperature because of the design of the system. He said to call again if we needed more help and was very polite. We called for more pillows a little while later and he brought them right away. We either were way overheated or had to turn the valve off and crack the window. We had a baby in our party or we could have just kept it off and kept the window cracked. So this made it difficult. I'm not sure what can be done, but the heating system needs to be renovated or upgraded. Other than that, everything was good. I would stay here again, but hopefully the heating situation will be addressed. I took one star off of my review due to the heating issue. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2016, Kelsey B wrote this review.
We stayed here for 6 nights in June 2016. Our room was always kept clean. We didn't really hear other guests during our stay. Hotel is in a good location, not far from city centre. A few takeaway shops in the area. Only downside was that they didn't … See more
We stayed here for 6 nights in June 2016. Our room was always kept clean. We didn't really hear other guests during our stay. Hotel is in a good location, not far from city centre. A few takeaway shops in the area. Only downside was that they didn't offer free wifi you had to pay for it daily. Would stay again. Collapse
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