Sunil Narang

General Manager
“I’m honoured to lead Four Seasons Hotel Nashville and I am thrilled to make Music City my home.”


Four Seasons Tenure

  • Since 1996
  • First Four Seasons Assignment: Receptionist at Four Seasons Hotel Boston

Employment History

  • Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai; Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen; Four Seasons Hotel Singapore; Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas; Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea; Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North; Four Seasons Hotel Toronto; Four Seasons Resorts Maldives; Four Seasons Hotel Boston; Eden Au Lac Hotel; Tre Cucine Restaurant; Dolder Grand Hotel


  • Les Roches International School of Hotel Management, Switzerland


  • Amritsar, India

Languages Spoken

  • English, Hindi, Punjabi, German and French 

Musical Influences

  • Click here to listen to Sunil’s playlist.

Born and raised in Amritsar, India, Sunil Narang was certain of his interest in a career in hospitality from young age. After graduation and early positions, he held a variety of managerial positions at Four Seasons hotels in the United States, Canada and Asia.

His Four Seasons career went from the ground up, starting as an instant success as Front Desk Receptionist before moving through different departments within the Rooms Division. Throughout more than 26 years with Four Seasons, Sunil has excelled with his passion for service and an outgoing personality that have become his trademark.

Narang brings with him a wealth of knowledge, in-depth experience and a passion for hospitality to Four Seasons Hotel Nashville. “Every day there is something different that keeps me going, but when I see my staff excited and showing genuine care for guests, that is what does it for me. The hotel industry boils down to just that, taking care of people who are coming to your hotel and exceeding their expectations.”

An avid fan of sports, Sunil is also foodie at heart, enjoying cooking for his wife Jinny and their daughter Myra.  Music City will no doubt offer Sunil plenty of opportunity to experience both pastimes during his tenure in Music City.