Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi puts women first with early roll-out of 'Ladies Night'

Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi has been listening to its guests, especially its female visitors. In a move necessitated purely by popular demand, the Park is bringing forward its special 'Ladies Night' to April 18, nearly a full month earlier than previously announced.

Starting on the 18th of April, from 8pm until midnight every Thursday in the months of April and May, the Park will be open only for female visitors, while in June the timings will be from 9pm to 1am.

Men will not be admitted to the Park on the designated Ladies Nights.

However, boys eight years old and under will be allowed access along with their female relatives on production of a valid photo ID or birth certificate as proof of age. The special facility was earlier slated to begin on May 16, but a flood of requests has led the Park management to set the new earlier date for its commencement.

Speaking about the Park's latest offering, Mike Oswald, General Manager at Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi, said, "At Yas Waterworld Abu Dhabi we are fully engaged with our guests and have our finger firmly on the pulse of their wishes. Our initial research showed that there was already a huge demand for a separate ladies-only timing from our female guests and, therefore, we announced at that time that we would introduce 'Ladies Night' from May 16. However, since then we have been overwhelmed by enquiries about 'Ladies Night' both at the Park and on our social networking channels, along with requests for an earlier roll-out. We are happy to announce that the new date for 'Ladies Night' to begin is April 18." "A female-only night has been a prominent feature of our plan from the very inception and is a natural extension of our respect for the heritage and cultural values of the UAE and its people. We are sure that the our more conservative female guests will welcome the early roll-out of 'Ladies Night' as it will ensure that they enjoy the Park's unique facilities in a comfortable environment," Oswald said.