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The Yorktowne Hotel

The Yorktowne Hotel in YorkThe Yorktowne Hotel in York

Overview

York, Pennsylvania, has been on the historian’s map ever since the American Revolution—then known as “Yorktowne,” the town served as the nation’s capital while Philadelphia was under British occupation. Despite its name, however, The Yorktowne Hotel embodies the history of another nostalgic era—the Roaring Twenties. Built in 1925, the 11-story Renaissance Revival-style hotel features 20-foot-high ceilings, ornate brass and crystal chandeliers, wood-paneled rooms and wall-size mirrors.

The Yorktowne Hotel is located in Downtown York just steps away from numerous historical attractions and a variety of Colonial-era taverns and houses. The hotel is just blocks from the revered Strand Capitol Performing Arts Center which serves as a leading arts presenter in south central Pennsylvania. The Yorktowne Hotel is also proud to be the Official Host Hotel of the York Revolution, enjoy a baseball game in the new Sovereign Bank Stadium.

During the Revolutionary War, "Yorktowne," served as the nation's capital and it was here that the Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation.

Original Property Opened: 1925

Contact Information:
Street Address:
48 E. Market Street
York, PA 17401

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

The Jazz Age, 1919 ~ 1928

York, Pennsylvania, has been on the historian’s map ever since the American Revolution—then known as “Yorktowne,” the town served as the nation’s capital while Philadelphia was under British occupation. Despite its name, however, The Yorktowne Hotel embodies the history of another nostalgic era—the Roaring Twenties.

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