Two more hotels in New York City to reopen after flooding

A second hotel has been opened in the Bronx after a massive storm forced its closure.

It is the second hotel in the city to reopen since Tropical Storm Harvey.

It reopened in a new location after Hurricane Sandy.

A spokesperson for the hotel, the Crowne Plaza Hotel, told ABC News it reopened on Sunday after a storm shut down the hotel and caused extensive flooding.

It said the hotel was in the midst of a reconstruction process and that work had begun on repairs to the exterior of the building.

The Crowne was the largest hotel in New Jersey, with 663 rooms, including a pool and spa, as well as a bar and restaurant.

The hotel is located at the corner of Broadway and East 78th Street in the boroughs Bronx.