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Sheraton Stamford furloughs 103 workers

The hotel, at 700 E. Main St., said it has seen most of its guest reservations and other business canceled for the next two to three months.

Lawsuit filed by hotel owners over Marriott/Starwood deal

Dream Team Hotel Associates, which owns the Westin Times Square hotel, and Cityfront Hotel Associates Limited Partners, which owns the Sheraton Grand Chicago, are maintaining the deal would violate existing contract provisions.

Starwood adds to its Thailand footprint

A new hotel will feature 200 rooms, meeting and event space.

Starwood announces European expansion

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. announced yesterday in Berlin that it plans to open 50 hotels across Europe over the next five years.

Starwood banks on emerging markets

For the fourth consecutive year, about half of the Sheraton Hotels & Resorts scheduled to open will be in China as Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. continues to hone its focus on Southeast Asia and other emerging-growth regions.

Convention bureau grows

Since the Greater Hartford Convention & Visitors Bureau became a statewide organization in June, its hotel, restaurant and venue membership has increased more than 20 percent.

Starwood sells Times Square Hotel

For $275 million, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. sold the venerable Manhattan at Times Square Hotel.

Starwood opens largest hotel

With the Sheraton Macau, Starwood opened its largest hotel yet.

Rocky Hill Marriott moves to Starwood Sheraton flag

A former Marriott hotel in Rocky Hill is now part of Starwood’s Sheraton family.

Starwood Hotels doubles footprint in China

Starwood Hotels is on pace to double its China footprint to more than 200 hotels.

Chelsea Piers sees gold on Connecticut coast

On Tuesday evening, June 19, Chelsea Piers Connecticut scheduled a job fair as it continues to sort through its roster for everything from a...

Hot growth for Starwood

Starwood Hotels increased its U.S. workforce more than 17 percent in 2011.