Chartwell Hospitality names David Sundermann area GM of two Nashville hotels

Chartwell Hospitality operates both the 118-room Residence Inn Nashville Green Hills (left) and the 209-room Hilton Nashville Green Hills (right). Photo credit: Hilton

Chartwell Hospitality, an integrated hotel operations and development company, hired David Sundermann as area GM in the Green Hills region of Nashville, where Chartwell operates both the Hilton Nashville Green Hills and the Residence Inn Nashville Green Hills.

In this role, Sundermann and newly appointed director of sales Kristen McBryde will oversee the daily operations of the Hilton Nashville Green Hills, while driving the sales aspect of both this property and the Residence Inn Nashville Green Hills, representing a total of 327 rooms.

Sundermann brings 14 years of hospitality management experience to the role, and he most recently worked with Winegardner & Hammons, where he served as GM and director of sales for the Spartanburg Marriott, Marriott Cincinnati Airport and Doubletree Suites by Hilton Cincinnati-Blue Ash, among other roles.

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The Hilton Nashville Green Hills is a 209-room hotel with 4,500 square feet of event space, a 24-hour business center, a fitness center, a rooftop pool and bar, a private concierge floor and a restaurant. The 118-room Residence Inn Nashville Green Hills is located adjacent to the Hilton property, and both hotels are five miles from downtown Nashville. The first floor of the Residence Inn will include street-level retail shops, and the building will also include office space with views of the Nashville skyline.

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