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Yorktowne Hotel - York, PA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member NorStar
N 39° 57.750 W 076° 43.530
18S E 352627 N 4425020
Quick Description: The Yorktowne Hotel, situated in downtown York, was built in 1925 and still is a quality place to stay for a night or hold events such as wedding receptions.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 8/31/2014 8:38:09 PM
Waymark Code: WMMCMR
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Team Farkle 7
Views: 1

Long Description:
In York, on E Market Street, is the Yorktowne Hotel.

The Yorktowne Hotel stands on the corner of E Market and S Duke Streets, and is next to the old courthouse/York County Administration Center.

It is an 11-story brick building that is roughly 'L'-shaped. The main entrance is on Market Street, but there is also one on Duke Street. A parking garage for the hotel is integrated into the building.

The hotel was opened in 1925 in the hey-day of the Roaring-Twenties. York, at the time, was a thriving city as the center of industry and agriculture in the area. Since then, the hotel has kept up-to-date, including adding Internet access to every room. The hotel lists many well-known people who have stayed there, including Presidents, Nixon and Clinton. The hotel continues to be a quality place, whether you are staying the night or holding a wedding, business or other event. It continues to be rated highly by AAA and other guides.
Americana: Motel/Hotel

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Web Site Address: [Web Link]

Address of Icon:
48 E Market Street
York, PA United States of America
17401


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