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Stayed here in early April, and never again. Noisy, no tea/coffee no free wifi,but they compensate you with free bed bugs in lieu. One of the worst hotels I've ever stayed in. Wouldn't bother wasting any more words on the place.
The staff in this hotel are very friendly ,the location is excellent,it's a shame about the carpets and the bug bites on my legs,the owners of the hotel need to invest in cleaning equipment for their staff,I am sure the restaurant would do better trade...More
We have just had 4 nights at The Skyline and we were delighted with every aspect of our stay. The staff were attentive and friendly , the rooms were spacious and comfortable and , for me, the bathroom was clean, light and well equipped.
I have just returned from NYC after staying 6 night in a superior queen room. The main reason for staying at Skyline was budget and the fact we had 2 kids aged 11 and 12 travelling with us. We only wanted 1 room to cut...More
Even if the building and the location are good, the service is bad including cold welcoming, poor help if required and finally, the cleaning service opening the door without knocking every morning at 8 am (out of four days)!!
Breakfast very expensive
Internet not free,...More
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