FeelNYC solves all your complaints with the best ice-skating rinks in New York

As the holiday season creeps around the corner many of you have been asking about where you can find a nice ice skating rink in New York. Well thanks to FeelNYC no more problems, no more complaints, thanks to our guide to the best ice-skating rinks in the Big Apple.

Rockefeller Center Ice Rink: The Rockefeller Center Ice Rink is one of the most well-known rinks in the city and it draws in tourists and locals alike. One of the best aspects of this rink is that it is right in the center of New York but they never allow more than 150 skaters on the ice at a time. This allows for a nice intimate feeling and avoids overcrowding the lanes.

Citi Pond at Bryant Park: The biggest advantage is that at the citi Pond Rink in Bryant Park its free to enter. They also offer to rent out any equipment you might need for the modest price of $14. You can even get some skating lessons if you like.

Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers: The major advantage of using this particular facility is that it is open to skaters year round. The Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers also welcomes any and all level skaters whether they be novice, hockey players, or figure skaters. For more information about seasonal hours of operations check out the Chelsea Piers Rink official website. Also worth noting: admission generally costs $13.50 for adults and $11 for youths and elderly.

So now no more problems or complaints about finding a cool ice skating rink to practice your moves or just skate with that special someone, all this thanks to the advice from FeelNYC.

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