Friday, December 18 —
2pm - 10pm
111 N 12th St
Brooklyn, NY 11249.
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NYC’s Only Rooftop Ice Skating
The William Vale hotel has once again transformed its 23rd-floor outdoor rooftop into a skating rink—an experience that comes with incredible panoramic views of New York City.
While there are a number of rinks throughout the city, Vale Rink is taking the experience to new heights. The true first-ever open-air rooftop ice skating rink in New York, Pier 17, is closed this year. Making this the only rooftop ice skating available.
Sessions at Vale Rink are now open just in time for the holidays. Guests are required to make reservations in advance to allow for reduced capacity during skate sessions (which run 50 minutes per group).
All customers are required to wear masks at all times during their visit on and off the rink.
Interestingly, the rink is made of synthetic ice by Glice, a company that specializes in synthetic rink technology. Glice is not only far more green as it doesn’t require power or wasteful water production, but it is debatably better for rookie ice skaters. If you do end up bruised and cold be sure to stop by The Westlight rooftop bar for warm drinks and stellar views.