Jeffrey Yedlin has been named hotel manager at Hilton Hawaiian Village. The hospitality company’s largest property worldwide has appointed Jeffrey Yedlin to be its hotel manager.
Jeffrey Yedlin has worked for 16 years in Las Vegas, working for MGM Resorts International for 14 years, where he recently served as the vice president of food and beverage at the Circus Circus Hotel and Casino and the Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino and would now be in will be in charge of overseeing all operations of the 22-acre, 2,860-room resort.
Speaking on this new development, Debi Bishop, managing director with Hilton said“Jeffrey has proved himself to be both a capable director and leader among our ohana, 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.”
The Hilton Hawaiian Village Hotel sits on over 22 acres (8.9 ha) of beachfront property, near the Ala Moana Center. It features the largest swimming pool in Waikiki, over twenty-two restaurants, exotic wildlife, and botanical gardens, Duke’s Lagoon, and historical exhibits on loan from the Bishop Museum.