Wynn Las Vegas’ Sadhwani Announces Retirement

Ramesh Sadhwani, general manager and executive vice president of hotel operations at Wynn Las Vegas, announced he will retire on July 31. A 40-year veteran of the hospitality industry, Sadhwani worked at Wynn Las Vegas for eight years. He was instrumental in establishing the property as the world's largest Forbes 5-Star resort, said Wynn Las Vegas President Marilyn Spiegel.

Wynn Las Vegas General Manager and Executive Vice President of Hotel Operations Ramesh Sadhwani will retire July 31. Sadhwani was employed by Wynn Las Vegas for eight years and worked in the hospitality industry for 40 years.

In a statement, Wynn Las Vegas said Sadhwani played an integral role in establishing the property as the world’s largest Forbes 5-Star resort. Wynn Las Vegas President Marilyn Spiegel said, “Ramesh’s attention to detail and gracious approach to service has motivated our talented team of hotel professionals to deliver consistent 5-star service to our guests. On behalf of all of our team, we will miss his authentic leadership and charm.”

Sadhwani also has overseen hotel operations for Caesars Palace and Four Seasons. He said he plans to golf, travel and spend time with his wife and dogs in retirement.