Yas Island has been awarded the coveted a ‘Safe Travels’ stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council, marking the first destination in the emirate to receive the accreditation.
In anticipation of a more hopeful future, the video encourages travellers, staycationers, day trippers and holidaymakers to stay positive in an uncertain world, highlighting a tomorrow where the world reopens, and Yas Island can look forward to welcoming its visitors with open arms.
Yas Island has closed off 2019 with resounding success, sweeping up 32 awards and accolades for its world-class attractions, infrastructure projects and developments.
Miral and Warner Bros. have partnered to launch the first Warner Bros. branded hotel – the WB Abu Dhabi. Currently in development on Yas Island, it is set to open in 2021.
Yas Waterworld has been honoured at the prestigious World Travel Awards Grand Final Gala Ceremony. The event, which welcomed hundreds of industry leaders from around the world, took place at the Royal Opera House in Muscat, capital of the sultanate of Oman.
The new opening is the latest incarnation of the hotel, which originally opened under the Viceroy flag and has moved through a number of operators since debuting in 2009.
Recognised with the title of Middle East’s Leading Waterpark at the World Travel Awards for the second year in success, Breaking Travel News here asks Leander de Wit, general manager of Yas Waterworld, how it feels to have taken the top title.