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Hilton Celebrates AAPI Heritage Month by Spotlighting Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas GM Chintan Dadhich


This summer, Hilton is part of an exciting expansion in Las Vegas as we welcome guests to several new hotels, including three at the all-new Resorts World Las Vegas. Chintan Dadhich is General Manager of the new Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, also on The Strip. As Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month comes to a close, Chintan reflects on how his Indian heritage shaped his leadership style and his hope for the hospitality industry moving forward.

Hilton Celebrates AAPI Heritage Month: Getting to Know Chintan Dahdich, GM Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas

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