A Corning hotel announced that it will be closing for two months at the start of 2022 due to COVID restrictions and slow business during the winter months.
The Radisson Hotel Corning announced over the weekend that it would close in January and February due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the region, as well as travel being less during that period.
“Due to the recent state of emergency put into place by the governor of New York regarding the evolving variants of the Covid-19 virus and the decreased demand in business during the first few months of the year, the Radisson Hotel Corning will be closed for the months of January and February 2022,” an official statement from the Hotel said.
Management says the plan will be to reopen in March 2022.
“The team at the Radisson Hotel Corning holds this community and their place within it near to their hearts and feel that this decision is the best for the property team, community, and guests alike with the uncertainty as it relates to travel restrictions and keeping everyone healthy,” they added.
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