Meyer Jabara Hotels Retains Management of Marriott Stamford Hotel Under New Ownership

/Meyer Jabara Hotels Retains Management of Marriott Stamford Hotel Under New Ownership

Meyer Jabara Hotels Retains Management of Marriott Stamford Hotel Under New Ownership

|2018-10-22T09:59:22-04:00October 22nd, 2018|

Providing unparalleled service for more than 20 years, MJH will continue to be part of the Stamford community operating this prominent, full-service downtown hotel and spa

[Danbury, Conn., October 22, 2018] Meyer Jabara Hotels (MJH) will remain property manager of the Marriott Stamford hotel downtown following its recent sale by HD Realty Associates LLC to a prominent, multi-strategy Manhattan investment group. MJH has successfully served as the property manager for more than 20 years.

“Meyer Jabara Hotels is pleased to retain the management contract for this landmark hotel with its established business base in the city of Stamford. It continues to stand as a hospitality hub in downtown Stamford,” said General Manager Mark Ranieri. “Our intimacy with this property, as well as our understanding of the local market, makes us uniquely qualified to continue optimizing guest satisfaction and managing this hotel for years to come. I am especially proud of our staff whose dedication to guest service is widely recognized. While the ownership has changed, our commitment to providing an exceptional and engaging stay will not wane. We are Stamford and proud of it.”

All Roads Lead to Stamford The Marriott Stamford, located at 243 Tresser Blvd., features 500 guestrooms and nearly 27,000 square feet of function space including 18 meeting rooms. The full-service hotel is home to Sam’s American Bistro, Northern Lights Bar, and The Grind that proudly serves Starbucks coffee. A popular attraction is the Agora Spa featuring six treatment rooms, relaxation, and steam rooms. The hotel also boasts a state-of-the-art fitness center and indoor/outdoor pool.

“For more than 40 years, the focus of Meyer Jabara Hotels has been on serving our guests,” said MJH President and CEO Richard Jabara. “To make customers happy and keep them happy, we hire the best people. It’s our people who ultimately deliver memorable experiences. It’s because of these people – and their managers – that the Marriott Stamford is such an iconic and sought-after downtown destination. Continuing to serve as the management entity for this hotel is a testament to these employees who day in and day out strive to provide the highest level of service to today’s astute travelers.”

For more information on Meyer Jabara Hotels, visit www.meyerjabarahotels.com. To follow the “Just Journey” Blog, click here. For media inquiries, call Barb Worcester of PRpro at (440) 930-5770 or email her at barbw@prproconsulting.com.

About Meyer Jabara Hotels

With headquarters in Danbury, Conn., Meyer Jabara Hotels is an award-winning hospitality company owning, operating or leasing hotels and restaurants in 10 states throughout the eastern portion of the United States. The company was formed in 1977 as Motel Hotel Associates through the partnership of William Meyer, a specialist in real property law, and Richard Jabara, a second-generation hotelier. Their portfolio of hotels includes Marriott, Hilton, Sheraton, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and Hyatt Place brands, as well as several independent hotels. The company culture, referred to as "The Journey," is considered by Meyer Jabara Hotels to be their strongest competitive advantage because it challenges and encourages each team to create special relationships, or heart connections, with the key stakeholders: business partners, associates and customers. For more information on Meyer Jabara Hotels, visit www.meyerjabarahotels.com.

Contact: Justin Jabara

jj@mjhotels.com/(203) 798-1099

Contact: Barb Worcester

barbw@prproconsulting.com/(440) 930-5770

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