The Westin Nashville Names Jeff Crabiel as General Manager

USA, Nashville, Tennessee. May 22, 2019

The Westin Nashville is excited to announce that Jeff Crabiel has been named as the property's General Manager. While Crabiel is new to the position, he's a familiar face at the downtown Nashville hotel. Crabiel served as Director of Rooms and Executive Assistant Manager, recently spearheading the hotel's migration into the Marriott portfolio. In this new role, admired by many colleagues and armed with a unique blend of hospitality management experience and endearing leadership, Jeff will oversee The Westin Nashville's continued operational successes, while maintaining the Westin brand's luxury standards.

"Since pre-opening, Jeff has been an integral part of the evolution of The Westin Nashville," said Ray Waters of Castlerock Asset Management. "He is the perfect person to lead this property and team toward future successes."

Crabiel brings over ten years of experience in the hotel and luxury resort industry to his new position. Prior to his employment with the property, Crabiel worked as the Front Office Manager and Director of Rooms at Hilton Nashville Downtown, the Front Office Manager at the Hilton Parc Soleil, the Front Office Supervisor at Sheraton Vistana Villages, and the General Manager of Operations at Lees Inn and Suites. He lives in Nashville with his wife and two young children.

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