Stamford Hotels & Resorts



Stamford Hotels & Resorts is proud to present “STAMFORD HOTELS & RESORT i-Guest”, specifically designed as a guest self-service mobile portal so you can view folio/account information, order hotel services and receive information about local attractions, restaurants, flight information, and much more. Upon reservation confirmation, or at check in, you can access the hotel’s unique i-Guest portal directly from your Android phone, at anytime and from anywhere.

Key Features:
•My Account - Check messages from the front desk office or listen to in-room voice messages remotely; view real time account/folio information
•Service Requests - Order hotel services from anywhere – not just from the guest room or even from outside the hotel
•Restaurant Reservations – Create instant dining bookings from a list of restaurants with descriptions, reviews, locations, contact information and receive electronic confirmation
•Hotel Information – Check the most recently updated information about hotel directories, events and promotional activities
•Online Information - Check for directions via maps, view local tourist attractions, flight schedules, news, etc

Stamford Hotels and Resorts was formed in 1995 by our parent company, Stamford Land Corporation Ltd (formerly known as Hai Sun Hup Group Ltd), one of Singapore's best known public companies. Stamford has grown to become the largest owner/operator of premium quality hotels in Australia and New Zealand. Stamford Land has established a significant geographic presence across Australia and New Zealand with hotels in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Auckland, New Zealand. Now, the Group operates a hotel portfolio with nearly 2500 rooms, 2200 employees, and residential assets. The Stamford brand is positioned in the 4.5 and 5 star market segments with a unique portfolio of landmark premium and luxury hotels in key geographic locations. For more details, please visit

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