HRI Lodging Appoints Peter Tziahanas as General Manager and David Siguaw as Director of Sales & Marketing of Nashville’s Holston House

NASHVILLE, TN. November 29, 2017 -

NASHVILLE, TN. November 29, 2017 – HRI Lodging, LLC is excited to announce the appointment of Peter Tziahanas as General Manager and David Siguaw as Director of Sales & Marketing of Holston House, a 191- room boutique property that will open in downtown Nashville in early 2018. When it opens, it will become the newest addition to The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand of boutique hotels and experiences.

As General Manager of Holston House, Tziahanas will showcase his diverse background in rooms management, food and beverage experience, sales and marketing, and revenue management. His impressive portfolio includes leadership roles as General Manager of Embassy Suites Nashville, Doubletree by Hilton Boston and Sheraton Read House Hotel, as well as the General Manager and Director of Sales for Holiday Inn Fairlane Dearborn and Radisson Suite Inn Palm Beach Airport. Most recently, Tziahanas held the position of Vice President of Operations at Atrium Hospitality, and in 2012, he was awarded General Manager of the Year by the Greater Nashville Hospitality Association. Tziahanas also have served on the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association and is a member of the Academic Advisory Council for Tennessee Tech Culinary Program.

“Siguaw and Tziahanas’ extensive credentials in hospitality speak for themselves, and we are thrilled to have them join our growing team of innovators,” said Todd Iacono, vice president of operations for HRI Lodging, LLC. “We look forward to their leadership as we enter the incredibly important Nashville market with the launch of Holston House in the coming months.”

In his new role as Holston House’s Director of Sales & Marketing, Siguaw will oversee all marketing and sales efforts to drive revenue and ensure the new property will be at the forefront in the minds of visitors and locals alike. An industry veteran, Siguaw offers more than 20 years of luxury and lifestyle brand expertise, leadership skills and vast knowledge of the hospitality space. With a deep understanding and appreciation for history, his experience will be integral in telling the story of Holston House, which is located in an iconic 88-year-old art deco building. Prior to Holston House, Siguaw was responsible for re-establishing and rebranding various high-profile and iconic properties including Eden Roc Miami Beach, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Highlands Inn Park Hyatt Carmel, Lodge at Mountain Village Telluride, Le Meridian Beverly Hills (now SLS Hotel), The Ambassador Hotel and Marriott Marina Del Rey. Throughout his career, he has been a key player in several successful integrations of four and five-star culinary, nightlife and spa outlets, and he has also served on the Board of Directors for the City of Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce for the past four years.

Siguaw graduated from Central Washington University with a B.A. in Criminology and a minor in Political Science. Tziahanas graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a B.S. in Hotel Management.

Holston House will be located at 118 7th Avenue North, Nashville, TN 37203. For more information about the hotel, please visit

The term “Hyatt” is used in this release for convenience to refer to Hyatt Hotels Corporation and/or one more of its affiliates.

About HRI Lodging

HRI Lodging, LLC ("HRIL"), a wholly owned subsidiary of HRIP, provides hotel management services for both HRIP owned and third party property owners. HRI Lodging operates 24 hotels and is an approved operator for premium branded and independent hotels. For more information, please visit our website at

About HRI Properties

HRI Properties, LLC ("HRIP") is an internally managed, fully integrated owner, operator and developer of premium branded hotels and upscale apartments in top urban U.S. markets. Since 1982, HRIP and its predecessor have completed more than 80 projects involving more than $2.5 billion of total invested capital, which include over 5,000 apartment units, over 5,000 hotel rooms, and more than 1.4 million square feet of office and retail space. HRIP is a full-service real estate development company, with in-house architectural design and construction management capabilities and is a national leader in the adaptive reuse of historic structures. As the urbanization trend in the U.S. continues, we are committed to Elevating the Urban Experience by developing, acquiring and managing high quality real estate located within "walkable" urban neighborhoods where people want to live, work and play. For more information, please visit our website at

About The Unbound Collection

The Unbound Collection by Hyatt is a portfolio of new and existing upper-upscale and luxury properties, ranging from historic urban gems to contemporary trend-setters, boutique properties to resorts. Whether it is a fascinating past, an exclusive location, famous architecture and design, or an award-winning dining experience, the properties in the collection provide guests with “social currency” and allow them the freedom to be unique. Current properties include The Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas, The Royal Palms in Phoenix, Arizona, The Confidante in Miami Beach, Florida, the Hotel Du Louvre in Paris, France and Carmelo Resort & Spa in Uruguay. For more information, please visit Follow @UnboundxHyatt on Facebook and Instagram.


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