Skyline Resort is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Ghent, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Skyline Resort offer air conditioning and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and a picnic area are some of the conveniences offered at this motel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Skyline Resort, free parking is available.
While staying in Ghent, you can check out a popular seafood restaurant like 4 Season Restaurant, which is serving up some great dishes.
Enjoy your stay in Ghent!
This hotel is very old, not well maintained and not very clean. The bathroom was not totally clean. The beds were not very comfortable. It was listed as a 3 star hotel on Hotwire and I don’t think it should even be a 2 star. I would not recommend it.
While the setting was beautiful and staff friendly this is far from a 3 ⭐️ resort. Carpet was dirty and room could use some serious updating. Oh and if you go I suggest you take your own pillows! Not what I expected for an advertised 3 star resort. Very disappointed s
We arrived for a day of skiing. My sister and my daughter. What a great location. It’s very easy to get to from the ski resort. The rooms are small but clean. The bathroom was spacious and clean. The front office is very helpful. The restaurant bar has good food and service and a fun atmosphere at night. Friendly crowd with decent prices. It has to be challenging to keep up any roadways in the mountains so expect to see potholes. I had a nice stay with no complaints from my family.
My son and I stopped there after a pleasant ski day at Winterplace to stay the night and enjoy another day of skiing. Way over priced at $122/night and room was in poor condition. Not sure about cleanliness as we left as soon as we saw inside. I got a refund and went to stay at Gladesprings which is a pleasant place to stay.
We've stayed at Skyline about three times while skiing next door at Winterplace. Here are my current feelings. In the past the price has always been about $70 for a room with two double beds. This time it was more like $110. The staff said I had gotten off-season rates in the past (or something - they weren't clear) and that the price was up to the owners. Well, that doesn't really pass the smell test because we have visited earlier in the skiing season and got that lower rate in the past. So Skyline is still cheap but not the screaming deal as in the past. The room was OK but smelled a bit musty or funky - not sure what the deal was there. The restaurant is passable at best - not really much better than the ski lodge cafeterias at WInterplace. The bar is connected to…
Husband and I stayed one night on way to OH. Lodge is rustic and in need of an update. Room was worn but clean. Bed comfy. Staff friendly. Paid $90 for queen room. I think I could have stayed at nicer place for a couple bucks more.
Six of us stayed at Skyline Resort after a day of skiing at Winterplace Ski resort and had a wonderful time. Rooms clean, food reasonable and delicious. Staff friendly, great pub with a super band! Very convenient location, from ski area.
We had a part of 6 and had a great time. The service was excellent and they made sure we were enjoying our experience. The music group was really good, the song selections and their energy, made the night fun. This was a good time for a great group.
The deck was the best part about it... that and cheap. there was a dead roach in two of our partys rooms, two smelled like mildew we had to get a room replacement because of a broken toilet ( broken when we arrived) They were busy and over booked but everyone was accommodating and nice. the deck was amazing, as was the view. the restaurant food was awesome as well.
The room was clean and the desk clerk was friendly and helpful. I rated this down for several reasons. There was no bedside clock. The ironing board had apparently be sat on and bent so badly that it would not close. It was up-ended in the closet and occupied about half of the space. There are no carts to carry your luggage. It took four trips to carry our business equipment the long distance to our room. There was a heavy chemical odor in the room which I assumed to be a cleaning agent of some sort. I got the room for a great price and was able to get a night’s sleep. If, however, you call yourself a 3 Star rated hotel, you ought to live up to it by not neglecting the basics.