STAMFORD — An apparent agreement to sell and redevelop the Stamford Hilton has raised questions about the hotel’s future.

Alpine Acquisition Corp., a “blank check company” formed to enact transactions such as a merger with one or more businesses, announced in a news release earlier this month a definitive agreement with affiliates of Atrium Hospitality LP, to acquire for $65 million in cash and stock “two full-service conference hotels with 739 rooms and 135,000 square feet of conference facilities located in Denver and Stamford.” Atrium is the manager of the Hilton in the First Stamford Place complex, a couple of blocks from the downtown Stamford Metro-North Railroad station.

At the same time, Alpine announced that it would acquire in a $50 million all-stock transaction Two Bit Circus, which has a “micro-amusement park” in Los Angeles and another such property set to open soon in Dallas. After the transactions close, likely in the third quarter of this year, the Stamford and Denver properties would be rebranded to Revelers Resorts, “using Two Bit Circus’ proprietary technology and entertainment experiences,” and Alpine would “commence transformational renovations of both properties.”

The combined company is expected to be renamed “Two Bit Entertainment Corp.,” and be listed on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol “REVE.”