The upcoming Yorktowne Hotel in York, Pennsylvania has announced that its opening will be delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Last November it was announced that the hotel, part of the Tapestry Collection by Hilton, had pushed back its opening to mid-2021, but was entering the final stages of its construction.
Now the troubled 123-room build has been delayed again since Governor Wolf ordered that almost all construction work in the state must stop.
Construction should resume, along with the rest of the state, on May 8 but it seems likely the hotel will not open until at least two years after its original fall 2019 opening date.
The hotel was originally opened in 1925, and closed in November 2016 for the extensive renovation project it is currently undergoing.
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