Marriott to open Stamford, Connecticut’s first extended-stay hotel

DES-SYN is behind the design of the Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown.
DES-SYN is behind the design of the Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown. Photo credit: Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown

Residence Inn by Marriott is opening its first hotel in Stamford in late fall 2018, bringing Connecticut’s third-largest city its first-ever extended-stay brand.

Located 30 miles from New York City, Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown is owned by UC Funds and will be managed by Urgo Hotels & Resorts. The new eight-story, all-suite hotel located at 25 Atlantic Street will have 156 apartment-style accommodations and almost 2,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

Atlanta-based firm Des-Syn is behind the design of the Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown.

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Each of the hotel’s suites will have coastal feel. Features will include a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, work desk and complimentary internet access.

For dining, the property will have Club One, a tapas and tequila bar with a double-story ceiling, grand piano and fireplace, as well as Club One Dining Room.

Other amenities will include a 2,000-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center.

For events, the property will have nearly 2,000 square feet of meeting and event space that can accommodate up to 120 and can be separated into two rooms for smaller events. Complementing the space will be a 1,000-square-foot terrace, set off the welcome reception area, ideal for cocktails.

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