Newly Renovated Lobby at the Sheraton Stamford Hotel

This month at their Annual Meeting, Starwood Hotels & Resorts awarded the Sheraton Stamford Hotel as the“New Builds & Transitions Hotel of the Year.” The hotel, owned by RockBridge Capital and managed by Davidson Hotels & resorts, converted to the Sheraton brand on July 12, 2011.

With the hotel’s increase in revenues and RevPar Index, their compliance to Brand Standards, and high loyalty scores, it is understandable why they won this prestigious award.

Just a few blocks from the new Starwood Hotel & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. global headquarters, the 379-room Sheraton Stamford Hotel is considered the headquarters hotel for those visiting Starwood corporate offices and is the site for numerous Starwood corporate meetings.

Located at 700 Main Street, the hotel is within 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.

From the Sheraton, there is convenient access to several multiplex cinemas, night clubs and Stamford’s key performance venues – Rich Forum and Palace Theatre. The hotel is just 20 minutes from the Westchester County Airport Hotel and a 45-minute train ride from New York City.

Stylish and comfortable, guest rooms and suites at Sheraton Stamford Hotel are equipped with an oversized work desk, custom-designed ergonomic chair, high-speed Internet, LCD flat panel television, iPod home docking station and the all-white Sheraton Sweet Sleeper® bed.

Hotel facilities include full-service dining; an indoor pool and fully equipped fitness facility featuring the brand’s revolutionary new health and fitness program, Sheraton Fitness, Programmed by Core Performance; and 20,000 square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space.

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