|By PR Newswire||
|August 26, 2014 09:11 AM EDT||
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hospitality industry leader Marriott International proudly announces Matthew Muserlian as the new general manager of the SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport.
Muserlian arrives in the Music City from Syracuse, NY, where he served as general manager of the Courtyard Syracuse Carrier Circle.
"It is with great pleasure I accept the position of general manager for this incredible hotel," Muserlian said. "I plan to continue working hard for the Marriott brand and ensure this establishment exceeds guests' expectations with top-notch amenities and world-class services."
Beginning his Marriott career in May 2004 after graduating from State University of New York at Delhi with a BBA degree in Hospitality Management, Muserlian served as front desk clerk at the Residence Inn Syracuse Carrier Circle. A year later, Muserlian accepted an assistant general manager position with a franchise company in Danbury, CN, and later in Parsippany, NJ. He was promoted to a bench manager in 2007. Through this position, Muserlian was awarded the opportunity to work at various brands and properties in numerous cities for a year. In 2008, Muserlian was promoted to general manager at a hotel in Lenexa, KS.
Rejoining the Marriott family in October 2010, Muserlian returned to the same Residence Inn in Syracuse where he first began his hospitality career. In 2012, Muserlian took his next appointment to oversee the Courtyard Syracuse Carrier Circle.
Just 11 miles from downtown Nashville, the SpringHill Suites stands out from competitors with its renovated accommodations, complimentary Wi-Fi, free hot breakfast and numerous thoughtful amenities. Guests are ensured a comfortable stay at the hotel near Nashville International Airport (BNA) and afforded convenience to the Grand Ole Opry, Tennessee State Museum, Bridgestone Arena and LP Field.
Outside of his career, Muserlian enjoys traveling, sports and spending time with his family and friends. In addition to this new job, Muserlian is excited to enjoy everything Nashville has to offer and is looking forward to getting married in April 2015.
About the SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport
The SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport at 1100 Airport Center Drive in Nashville, TN, is just 1.5 miles from Nashville International Airport (BNA) and 11 miles from downtown Nashville. A free shuttle to and from the airport is available. The hotel features six floors with 150 renovated suites that boast separate areas for visitors to work and relax with numerous modern amenities. A fitness center, indoor pool, free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast are among other features. For information, visit www.SpringHillSuitesNashvilleAirport.com or call 1-615-884-6111.
About SpringHill Suites
SpringHill Suites by Marriott is an all-suite brand that offers design and style at an affordable price, appealing to both business and leisure travelers. Ranked highest in the Guest Satisfaction Study for the Upscale Brand Segment by J.D. Power and Associates' 2012 North America Guest Satisfaction Index Study, the brand features spacious suites and smart layouts that allow guests to relax and reenergize. Launched in 1998, the brand currently has more than 300 locations in the United States and Canada. SpringHill Suites participates in the award-winning Marriott Rewards® frequent travel program that allows members to earn hotel points or airline miles for every dollar spent during each stay. For more information or reservations, contact the SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport directly at 1-615-884-6111, call the SpringHill Suites toll-free number at 1-888-287-9400, visit www.springhillsuites.com, become a fan at www.facebook.com/springhillsuites or follow SpringHill at twitter.com/springhillsuite
Media Contact: Leigh Anne Brayman, SpringHill Suites Nashville Airport, 1-615-884-6111, [email protected]
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