|"Large room, clean and friendly staff"||(in 160 reviews)|
|"Staff very helpful and friendly."||(in 136 reviews)|
|"Great location and friendly staff"||(in 147 reviews)|
|"Beds very uncomfortable, hotel very dated."||(in 54 reviews)|
|"The room was not clean."||(in 87 reviews)|
|"not advertised free wifi"||(in 26 reviews)|
Sound proofing between rooms could have been better.
The pool and location.
Guest in the next room complaining.
Location was great! They fixed the broken fridge in our room *right* away. Friendly responsive staff, overall good stay
Nothing majorly negative to report. Pool and gym are very small- (has basic cardio and like 3 weight lifting machines total). Soda machine was cash only.
Modern euro feel - roomy , good service
Modern, euro feel, roomy, friendly , clean - good service - it was very convienient walk for me to the piers at 50th where I was going to an art fair - also convienient to w42nd street where lga bus drops you off ! I also got a freaky great price on kayak
No coffee pot in room and breakfast place downstairs had nothing I wanted all for a high price - there is a fridge in the room and lots of little breakfast places within less then a block - I simply brought a hot water heater with me , a cup and a bagel ! The management was so nice I bet if I had asked them they might have provided ....
I liked how the staff waa very friendly and helpful also the hotel is in a great location right by time square and central park which waa very convenient, i would definitely reccomend to others.
No Coffee in the AM in the Lobby.
The pool hours are weird.
Good hotel - great location
We were in NYC to see some friends and go to a concert at Terminal 5, and we picked Skyline based on its proximity to the venue and the fact that it had $10 parking! It was a 10 minute walk to the venue, and about a 10 minute walk to the park or Time Square. The rooms were exactly what you would expect for a reasonably priced hotel in New York City, they were slightly smaller and a little old, but perfectly clean.
The rooms were exactly what you would expect for a reasonably priced hotel in New York City, they were slightly smaller and a little old, but perfectly clean.
Pool was nice, cool setting on the top floor. Close to major attractions, not a bad price for Manhattan.
No coffee maker in the room, cold showers both days, rude pool staff.
10 min. walk to Times Square Great surrounding restaurants Affordable parking
I originally asked for a room with a king bed as it was just myself and the upgrade was pretty expensive considering the room would have stayed unoccupied. Room also significantly smelled of new paint which was not remedied.
Very accommodating, and very spacious rooms
Everything about our time here was excellent and we stayed here for 2 weeks. Would definitely come back again and would really recommend this hotel.
There wasn't anything we didn't like
close to up town,
I found the bed linen in poor condition. The bed blanket was brown in colour did not look fresh laundered . No bed bugs I did check.
Good location, near Time Square.
I come here a lot. The front desk saved my night. I bought a pair of size small booty shorts for my new transexual gurlfriend only to realize, when she tried them on, that she is a size extra small. The front desk provided some pins to cinch in the waist. What a night!!
Some people complain about lack of coffee makers. There are delis at every corner.
For the price it is very good. It;s not in a heavy traffic area like Times Sq, Parking is easy. Nearby delis, liquor stores and transexual clubs that I go to find gurls.
Loved seeing Remy, the conseierge, our friend from 10 years ago. Also appreciated the referrals to a great place for breakfast. All staff are very friendly and helpful.
Pricey compared to more upscale hotels. Room was next to exercise area, so it was noisy at some times of the day.
The location was great for us. (We went to the Jon Stewart Show which was a block away and then to Times Square, which was 3 or 4 blocks away. It is in a fairly quiet part of town and still quite accessible to everything. Rooms were very large, by NYC standards and clean and modern. The staff was excellent and parking was cheap.
The rooms were fairly warm at night
. Close to the heart of Manhatten . Fair value for money . Kingsize bed was fantastic
. Airconditioner unit leaked and left a wet patch on the carpeted floor . Furniture was old . No coffee making facility in room
comfortable and quiet.
no tea coffee facilities in room or lobby.not suitable for people who cannot walk long distance.breakfast choice which was expensive very limited
Quoted price did not include or indicate taxes
The Skyline Hotel is located right in Hell’s Kitchen, New York. Guests here enjoy a quiet and relaxed location with easy accessibility to Times Square, Central Park, and other famous New York attractions.
Guests at the Skyline Hotel can choose from 232 guest rooms and suites. Each room has a spacious floorplan and provides an elegant yet comfortable ambiance. In-room amenities include a refrigerator, air conditioning, room service, and paid WiFi. Property amenities such as the fitness center, pool, bar/lounge, and restaurant are available for guests.
A plethora of diverse cuisine surrounds the Skyline Hotel. Totto Ramen, La Bergamonte, and Taboon are located just steps away from the hotel. Guests can be transported to different countries by exploring the delicious offering of nearby restaurants.
Nightlife can be easily enjoyed while staying at the Skyline Hotel. On the Rocks offers incredible whiskey options for single malt connoisseurs. Guests can hop on over to The Press Lounge for a rooftop bar experience that offers a panoramic view of the city and Hudson River. What better way to end a night on the town than across the street at 123 Burger Shot Bar where pub food and beer are served?
The Skyline Hotel allows guests to experience the key attractions of Manhattan while offering an opportunity to escape the excitement for a great nights rest. The location is great for foodies and sightseers alike. The hotel offers amenities to ensure that each guest leaves Hell’s Kitchen feeling well-rested and fulfilled even after a fun-packed weekend.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
For a room that is spacious yet affordable, make a reservation for the Superior Room, as it spans over 300 sq ft, has a large workspace, and contains a bathtub and shower. If you will be staying at the Skyline Hotel with your family or a group, the Family Suite is a convenient option that has a separate living room, a sofa sleeper, and large windows that overlook the city. For a particularly luxurious stay, there is the Executive King that also contains a sofa sleeper and is 410 sq ft.
When booking a meeting or workshop at the Skyline Hotel, there are two ballrooms for you to choose from, with the largest being 3,400 sq ft and able to hold up to 265 guests. An on-site catering team can work with you to customize either buffet or plated meals and audiovisual equipment is available for rental, including sound systems, projectors, televisions, laser pointers, and computers.
Placed directly in front of the Skyline Hotel, the W 49 St & 10 Av bus stop is convenient for guests that need to grab the M50 line. If you are hoping to take the M12 line, head to the 11 Av/ W 47 St stop that is just a 3min walk from the hotel. For those that are interested in using the local metro, the 50 Street Subway Station is less than a 5min walk away and can be used for lines A, C, and E. Both bus and metro tickets cost $2.75 each and a 7-day pass can be purchased for approximately $33.
To see a musical performance during your stay at the Skyline Hotel, go to the Irish Arts Center, a cultural building that is just a 6min walk away. If you would like to see a Broadway show in a theater that is particularly famous, go to the Gershwin Theater, which is less than a 10min walk from the hotel. A jazz bar that is popular among locals, the Swing 46 can be reached on foot in 8min.
If your primary goal is to travel to the Skyline Hotel as quickly as possible, it will be best for you to drive from LaGuardia Airport, which will take you between 23 to 30min if there is no additional congestion on the roads. For those that plan on booking an Uber, a regular vehicle will cost you $45, while a larger UberXL will cost you closer to $57 to $60. Public transportation is a convenient option for those hoping to travel on a budget and if you take local metro lines E and F in addition to the local bus, you will arrive at the hotel in approximately 1h 10min. (Prices checked 15/08/19).
Skyline Hotel is located at 725 Tenth Avenue in Hell's Kitchen, 0.9 km from the centre of New York. Broadway is the closest landmark to Skyline Hotel.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Skyline Hotel.
No, Skyline Hotel does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Skyline Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Skyline Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Skyline Hotel is 10.1 km from New York LaGuardia.
Yes, Skyline Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Skyline Hotel has a pool on-site.