This August, a very rare solar eclipse will take place, and since Nashville is one of the largest cities in the direct path of the eclipse, the Westin Nashville will be hosting many different activities to celebrate the two-minute long sight. On Aug. 20, the Westin will offer a Solar Eclipse 2017 Room Package, which offers guests a two-night stay beginning that night.
The Westin Nashville has revealed two new packages: Park and Party and See and “B” Seen. Park and Party is a more stress-free option while See and “B” Seen is for guests wanting to explore Music City.
Park and Party takes guests down to “Honky-Tonk” Highway for a night out on the town while enjoying cocktails and a nightly valet service.
See and “B” Seen package offers guests the opportunity to tour RCA’s Historic Studio B, followed by a day of exploring at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. This package also features champagne service at L27 Rooftop Bar.
The Westin Nashville has appointed Lukus Kindlesparker to general manager of the 453-room property—a 15-year industry veteran. Kindlesparker has extensive experience, with over 15 years in the hospitality industry and
“Lukus’ background working with world-class brands, such as W and Westin, make him the perfect fit to further cement The Westin Nashville’s position in the market as the best in the city.” says Paul Wischermann, president and CEO of Wischermann Partners, Inc.
The Westin Nashville recently announced the appointments of Don Holowiecki as director of finance; Adam Smith as executive meetings manager of sales; Leisa Recabo as social catering manager; and Michael Pisano as conference service manager. Holowiecki will be in charge of the hotel’s efforts to maintain financial stability, helping the Westin Nashville to remain Nashville’s hottest new hotel. Smith will lead the sales team, and Recabo will focus on marketing the Westin Nashville’s top-of-the-line catering services.