Hotel Zero Degrees Stamford to be transformed into 94-room The Lloyd

Eloise Hanson By Eloise Hanson
23 December 2019 | Updated 23 December 2019

US: Stamford’s Hotel Zero Degrees will close on New Year’s day to be renovated and transformed into The Lloyd.

Owners RMS Companies will oversee the redevelopment, which is expected to be completed by spring 2020.

Features will include a new lobby lounge area that will serve a celebrity chef-curated breakfast, and an evening cocktail and bar menu.

The front entrance is set to be redesigned and a "locally-sourced marketplace" will be added to the facility.

Other planned additions include a new elevator and modern guest room furniture, bedding, luxury toiletries and walk-in showers.

Randy Salvatore, CEO of RMS Companies, said: "After 10 successful years of operating Hotel Zero Degrees Stamford, we are excited to transform this facility into the finest boutique hotel in the area with luxury accommodations and amenities, as well as first class attention to service. Stamford's growth in our surrounding area, including UConn Residences, the upcoming arrival of WWE and Charter Communications, as well as our proximity to the area's cultural and entertainment centre and the Stamford Transportation Center, gives me the confidence to make this large investment to create The Lloyd".

For further information on The Lloyd, visit the website here.

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