Hilton’s Honolulu Village Waikiki Beach Appoints New Team Members

Adam Waite (left), Andra Yearsick (right)

Hilton’s Honolulu Village Waikiki Beach has appointed four new team members to manager and director positions at the resort. 

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Adam Waite has joined the hotel as the new Director of Beverage. Waite brings more than 20 years of hospitality experience and 10 years of managerial experience to Honolulu village. His previous roles include management of pool operations and the Beachcomber Bar & Grill at the Loews Don Cesar Resort in St. Pete Beach, Florida. As part of his new position, Waite will be responsible for the daily operations of beverage offerings at the resort. Other duties will include supervising issues related to the property’s lounge regarding quality control, staff management, inventory, health and safety regulations, and customer service. The resort’s entertainment lineup will also be managed by Waite and his team.


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Andra Yearsick has been named as the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort’s Front Office Manager. Yearsick joins the resort from the Hilton El Conquistador Resort in Tucson, Arizona, where she served as the Front Office Manager and was named Manager of the Year 2013. Yearsick previously worked for Omni Tuscon National Resort from 2007 until 2012. As part of her new position, she will be responsible for directing and managing all front office operations

Oichay Rathpakdy will take up his new positon as Tropics Bar & Grill manager. Rathpakdy most recently acted as a manager at both The Continental and Mussel Bar and Grille in Atlantic City, New Jersey. His new responsibilities will include efficiently managing restaurant operations and customer service. 

Daniel Bonilla will join as Assistant Director of Safety and Security. Bonilla was previously employed by the Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino in San Juan as the Director of Security. As part of his new position Bonilla will manage the safety of hotel guests while on property and working to secure the premises.

Visit: hiltonhawaiianvillage.com

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