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All reviews pool and hot tub frittata nights midweek pool area is inviting generous continental breakfast thursday through sunday any requests breakfast room the entire hotel hard boiled eggs modernism week mid century tea and coffee rooms are spacious reception desk mountain view easy walking distance
Wow what a find! Husband booked it for one night on a road trip. Had room 35 payed extra for the view and it was worth it! The pool was beautiful, had a late night swim. Room was huge with 2 queen beds. OK the...More
First of all, this was a really cute hotel. You'd never know it from the outside, but once inside, it's quaint and comfortable. The breakfast was yummy, to be sure. We enjoyed eating there both mornings of our stay. What's the catch, you ask? (Well,...More
we satyed at the hotel for a camily vacation and everything was great its close to the broadwalk ghe housekeepers was very friendly and rooms are super clean
the manger is very helpful
it was a great experience we gonna come back every year
After staying at the Skylark three times, I can honestly say the staff does a GREAT job! There isn't much more that a 1955 vintage property could offer: clean, quiet rooms; immaculate common areas; an expanded continental breakfast; and a staff that does their absolute...More
The beds are amazing, the cost is high for a kinda run down hotel that’s not clothing optional. I would say $75 per night maximum is more fitting for this hotel, considering it’s location and the repairs that need to be made
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