Skytop Lodge

8.7
Very Good
143 Guest Ratings
One Skytop
Skytop, PA 18357- Map It
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AAA Inspector Notes
Situated on a private mountaintop, this historic resort stands like a stone fortress overlooking the activities taking place on the acreage surrounding the property. A cozy lobby fireplace beckons you to sit and relax while modern, comfortable rooms lure you to enjoy its inviting spaces. A fine dining restaurant is on the premises. Not evaluated. Facilities, services, and décor characterize a mid-scale property.

Amenities & Services

WiFi
Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Accessible
Business Center
Type
Historic Resort Hotel
Location
On SR 390. One Skytop 18357.

Guest Ratings

OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Very Good
Based on Ratings from 143 guests
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9.2
Wwing
Wonderful
review category group of friends
09-21-2016
Pros: The grounds, activities and staff were amazing. So much to do!
Cons: They need more casual dining and more vegetarian options.
8.8
Robert
Excellent
mature couple
09-21-2016
Pros: Staff was excellent
Cons: Need to offer more food ootions for guest as they had wedding and closed the Lake restaurant. For people who want great restaurants that are up scale the main dining room is not an option. Outdated and for those.who can for anything. Why cant you relax at dinner and not have to where a jacket or tie. Toooo outdated. The Board is also old And should bring in new blood.
10.0
Divya
Exceptional
solo traveller
09-18-2016
Pros: I loved everything.. from all the activities, to the wonderful staff, I felt right at home and I even extended my stay because I was having so much fun! All the staff members are kind and knowledgeable. I can't wait to come back!
Cons:
10.0
Dixanne
Exceptional
mature couple
09-18-2016
Pros: Very relaxing so many activities!
Cons: I think the kayaking adventure was disappointing - but we did see a bear! And our driver was very nice
8.8
Henry
Excellent
young couple
09-17-2016
Pros: Great place. A bit of a throwbackto the heyday of 50-60s pocono style. They have everything you could want. Games, boating, horses, rock climbing (most a la carte) and more
Cons: We weren't notified of the lake closure for the season. However they did have any alternate lake to use. We are avid runners and planned to use the trails. But few of the staff knew about them. We went out for a 12 mile run anyway, however we got lost and turned it into a 17.5 mile adventure
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