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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 2626 reviews
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Nice Hotel For Great Price
Stay Date: 03/2018, Joey C wrote this review.
Price was cheaper than other comparable hotels. The room was good, nothing crazy. The TV quality was sort of bad. You also had to pay for wifi which sucked, but the low price made it worth it. Everybody who worked at the hotel who I talked to was ver… See more
Price was cheaper than other comparable hotels. The room was good, nothing crazy. The TV quality was sort of bad. You also had to pay for wifi which sucked, but the low price made it worth it. Everybody who worked at the hotel who I talked to was very nice and professional. Collapse
Reasonably priced hotel not far from Times Sq.
Stay Date: 03/2018, Carol Ann M wrote this review.
Long review alert: My family and I stayed at this hotel for five nights in March 2018. My initial interactions with the reservation staff (Victor and another lady-don't recall her name) were very helpful after we needed to change our reservations t… See more
Long review alert: My family and I stayed at this hotel for five nights in March 2018. My initial interactions with the reservation staff (Victor and another lady-don't recall her name) were very helpful after we needed to change our reservations to add a day (due to an incoming snowstorm where we live) and change our original room (2 queen room to a Junior Suite). They were friendly and accommodating. I asked for a room away from the elevators because we were traveling with our special needs child. We arrived at the hotel at 11:30 at night. The man at the front desk was helpful, he told us where to park and gave us our room keys. The parking attendant in the attached garage was rude to my husband when he asked about the parking. The attendant had misplaced someone's key and was flustered and proceeded to make my husband wait for almost 15 minutes (not an employee of the hotel-but they contract out parking at a $10 a day for small cars, $20 a day for SUV's. Also note: it's a park and leave your car for your whole stay-no in/out or you pay the daily rate which is very expensive). We walked down a hallway to arrive at the elevators which took us to our room 343. It was as requested-away from the elevators. As we exited the elevators, there was a man standing at the hallway entrance to get to our room and as we passed him, there were two other men exiting a room and the person inside the room was loud and there was a very strong smell of marijuana in the hallway. My child kept asking what the smell was and we encouraged him to just proceed to the room. It was a bit unnerving and we all felt uncomfortable about the safety/security of the place. Given that it was late, we decided we would deal with it in the morning. The room (junior suite) itself was 'ok'. I found a bottle cap and wrapper on the floor near the beds-the floor had not been vacuumed properly, there were dirty fingerprints on the desk in the bedroom and there was dust, stains on the wood furniture where drinks had been spilled and not wiped up properly. A throw pillow had a white stain on it and we took them off and put them to the side. The beds were clean and comfortable and the bathroom was also clean. It had minor cosmetic issues, but it was clean. The separate seating area was ok, the table in there also had stains and the glass doors that separate the main room from it had no handles on the doors to close or curtains to provide privacy/quiet. That night, there was also a lot of noise in the hallways but we were tired and did our best to ignore it. The next morning we considered leaving the hotel but decided we would talk to the front desk/management to discuss options. I went to the front desk in the morning and spoke with a lady, who was cordial but did not respond well to my concerns. When I told her about the marijuana smell, her response was "we can't control what guests bring or do in the hotel". She did ask what room it was, but I was not sure the exact number as I was more concerned about getting to my room with my child and being safe. I also told her that the room was not very clean and told her about the stain on the pillow and her response was to tell me that if I had a sheet in my house that was dirty, I wouldn't just throw it away, and sometimes people are picky. I think she could see that I was not happy with that response and backtracked and proceeded to tell me that she understands that it is different in a hotel. I was upset, but I didn't want to lash out. She said she would have the maid service come and clean the room and have someone check out the smell (which was gone by morning). She then asked if I wanted to change rooms. At this point, I told her I would ask my husband as he was still sleeping and said that we would need a better room that was clean and also away from the elevators or we would leave the hotel (expecting no other charge beyond our first night). We ended up with a room upgrade to Room 642. This room was much better than the original room. It was clean, had two king beds in one room and the second area was much more spacious than the junior suite. My guess is that this room is a family suite. So, if you are going to travel to this hotel, you might want to ask for this room or a room that is similar. The beds were clean, comfortable and as expected. Other fyi's....Wifi is free in the hotel lobby, but you have to pay $2.95 per device per day if you want wifi in your room. This is a pain. Why not just offer free wifi throughout the whole hotel? There is a small fridge in the room, and ice bucket and some plastic cups. There are no coffee makers in the room or even coffee in the lobby. Pool hours are limited: 7-10am and 5-10pm (some variations depending on the day) The pool area is warm, the staff there was friendly and will bring you towels that you can use. It is located on the penthouse floor. Fitness room: The facilities are "ok", the elliptical machines are old and noisy, the rest of the equipment is alright. Noise levels: It's New York and you will hear noise, but it wasn't too bad where we were away from 10th street. Unfortunately, there were guests that were VERY noisy in the halls after midnight. One family let their kids run up and down the hall during the late hours, which was loud and I ended up talking to them after the second night. Then there was a group of guests that decided to keep going back and forth between their rooms (across from each other) and they were quite loud. On one of the nights, we smelled marijuana again this time it seemed to be coming through the vents. Overall, I understand that the hotel cannot control what their guests do, but they should have their security patrol the hallways more often and ask guests to keep the noise levels at a minimum and if they find people smoking, then ask those guests to leave. Another note, it seems that the hotel rents rooms to homeless or those from a shelter. While sitting in the lobby one day we witnessed two police taking a man and crying child out of the hotel. Another day, one lady with a baby and toddler was fighting with her boyfriend, screaming obscenities for over 10 minutes while we were waiting for a bus. Conceirge was helpful. Check out was ok..check your bill ours was incorrect, but they corrected with no issue. Staff was overall friendly and helpful. If we return to this area again, we probably would try another hotel. If you are looking for a hotel that is reasonably priced, in a good location and you aren't spending a lot of time at the hotel, this may be an option for you. Collapse
Good for the money
Stay Date: 02/2018, Anthony M wrote this review.
The hotel is quite comfortable and reasonably priced. The staff is friendly and accommodating. It's near many good restaurants and within an easy walk of many of the Broadway theaters. We'd go back there again.
The hotel is quite comfortable and reasonably priced. The staff is friendly and accommodating. It's near many good restaurants and within an easy walk of many of the Broadway theaters. We'd go back there again. Collapse
One night stay, Feb 24th
Stay Date: 02/2018, kath119 wrote this review.
Second time at this hotel. Lots of cons, pool, parking, good size rooms, friendly staff, location, price. No reason not to stay! I have stayed at a number of hotels in the city and this one has made the "stayed more than once" list.
Second time at this hotel. Lots of cons, pool, parking, good size rooms, friendly staff, location, price. No reason not to stay! I have stayed at a number of hotels in the city and this one has made the "stayed more than once" list. Collapse
An ok hotel near to coomunications
Stay Date: 07/2017, OweHo wrote this review.
I spent a couple of nights here before travelling on. Everything was ok. Nice staff and good beds. Not far to the from subway or Central Park. I wouldn't mind stay there again if I come to NewYork. The surroundings were very quiet and you weren't dis… See more
I spent a couple of nights here before travelling on. Everything was ok. Nice staff and good beds. Not far to the from subway or Central Park. I wouldn't mind stay there again if I come to NewYork. The surroundings were very quiet and you weren't disturbed from the traffic. Collapse
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