Warrior Hotel to Open in August; COVID Cases Rise in Iowa

Jun 29, 2020

Courtesy, thewarriorhotel.com

COVID-19 cases are on the rise in at least a half dozen counties in Iowa, and one of them is Woodbury County.

As of today, another three people with COVID-19 have died in Iowa, and there have been an additional 298 confirmed cases, the state reported.  Iowa has reported 28,735 cases. 

Woodbury County has 14 new cases of COVID- 19 today, for a total 3,147 cases, and 43 deaths.

Nebraska has seen an increase of 375 new COVID-19 cases since Friday night.  Health officials say the number of reported coronavirus cases in the state is approaching 19,000.

A historic hotel in Sioux City will reopen in August -- 44 years after it closed. 

The 10-story Warrior hotel in downtown Sioux City and adjacent Davidson building have been developed as an Autograph Collection by Marriott Hotel. It will have 148 rooms and 22 luxury apartments.

The developer Restoration Iowa says people have already been putting down deposits to secure one of the apartments, but there’s still several left. He says renters will have access to all of the Warrior’s amenities.  Those include a pool, fitness center, sauna, salon, restaurant and bar.

The hotel will open August 27. 92 rooms will be taking reservations. The apartments in the Davidson could open as early as mid-September.