New Sheraton Hotel Opens Its Doors in Stamford

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    Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. has announced that its iconic Sheraton brand has opened a new flagship hotel in Stamford, Connecticut. Owned by a joint venture between RockBridge Partners, an affiliate of RockBridge Capital, LLC, and affiliates of Davidson Hotels & Resorts, Sheraton Stamford Hotel underwent an extensive, multi-million dollar renovation in recent months, resulting in a full makeover to the lobby, restaurant and an upgrade to all guestrooms in order to meet the new Sheraton brand standards.

    Sheraton Stamford Hotel’s 379 guestrooms all feature an oversized work desk, custom-designed ergonomic chair, high-speed Internet, 37 inch flat screen television, MP3 home docking station and the all-white Sheraton Sweet Sleeper(R) bed, designed to meet AAA’s Five Diamond Award(R) criteria.

    Ideal for meetings and social functions of all sizes, Sheraton Stamford Hotel offers 13,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting facilities equipped with the latest in meetings technology. Guests will enjoy casual American fare at 700 On Main, the hotel’s full service restaurant and lounge. Additional facilities include an indoor pool and fully equipped gym featuring the brand’s revolutionary new health and fitness program, Sheraton Fitness, Programmed by Core Performance, designed exclusively for Sheraton guests through its partner Core Performance.

    Sheraton Stamford Hotel boasts a prime downtown location at 700 Main Street, just a few blocks from Stamford’s revitalized Harbor Point area where Starwood Hotels will open its new global headquarters in early 2012. The hotel is walking distance from the shops and restaurants in the recently opened Plaza at Stamford Town Center, the University of Connecticut Stamford campus and the headquarters of numerous major corporations and fortune 500 businesses.

    SOURCE: Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

    Daniel Fountain / 16.07.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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