Hotel Policies & Reservation Information
To guarantee a reservation at the Skyline Inn, a valid credit card is required at the time of booking. If a credit card is not available, your reservation will only be held for a minimal period of time.
Guaranteed reservations at the Skyline Inn must be cancelled by 4:00 pm, 72 hours prior to arrival date to avoid cancellation penalties. If you wish to cancel your reservation within the cancel policy, a 1-night penalty including taxes/fees will be applied.
Group and Conference reservations are subject to the cancellation and deposit policies outlined at time of booking and may vary from standard hotel policies.
New Year’s Eve Cancellation Policy
New Year’s Eve reservations will be charged a $25 deposit at time of booking, with the balance of the stay being charged in full on December 12th. Cancellations prior to 4pm on December 12 will forfeit the $25.00 deposit. Cancellations after 4pm on December 12 will forfeit 50% of the New Year’s Eve Stay along with a $25.00 deposit. Cancellations requested after 4pm 48hrs prior to arrival will forfeit 100% of stay and applicable taxes.
The Skyline Inn unfortunately does not accept pets within the hotel.
Check in / Check out
Check in time at the Skyline Inn starts at 3pm. If your party happens to arrive earlier, and the room is not available at the time of arrival, our Front desk will be happy to store your bags so you can enjoy your day. Check out time is for 11:00am the day of departure.
To reserve a room at the Skyline Inn, there must be at least 1 adult present in the room (21 years of age or older).
The Skyline Inn accepts all major credit cards, as well as cash, Niagara Falls Dollars or Interac payments. All cash and debit payments require room, tax, parking and fees as well as a $200 deposit at time of check in.
Taxes & Fees
Hotel stays in Niagara Falls on Falls Avenue Resort are subject to tax and PF (Promotion Fee, which is NOT a tax) totaling 19.67%. Implemented by hotels in the city to help us market Niagara Falls to travelers the PF may also be used to generate better services for visitors while in the city.
Dining establishments, attractions and retail outlets will also be subject to the Promotional Fee.