The Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach
Resort, the hospitality company’s largest property worldwide, has appointed
Jeffrey Yedlin to be its hotel manager.
Yedlin will be in charge of overseeing
all operations of the 22-acre, 2,860-room resort.
Yedlin brings 25 years of experience
to the role. He first joined the Hilton Hawaiian Village as director of food and
beverage before being promoted to regional director of food and beverage in
2018. In his new role, he will continue to consult on food and beverage
programming for Hilton-managed properties, including the Hilton Waikoloa Village and
the DoubleTree Hotel Alana – Waikiki Beach.
He also worked for 16 years in Las Vegas, working for MGM Resorts International
for 14 years, where he most recently served as the vice president of food and
beverage at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino and the Monte Carlo
Hotel and Casino.
“Jeffrey has proved himself to be both
a capable director and leader among our ohana,” Debi Bishop, managing director
with Hilton, said in a statement. He is passionate about lending his expertise
to help others grow in their career and education. We are incredibly grateful
to have him serving as Hilton Hawaiian Village’s hotel manager.”