Special Offers

Special offers on QE2 Dubai for Eid

The Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) has introduced the concept of ‘leave the wallet at home’ with a selection of all-inclusive Eid Al Adha packages.

In addition to a night’s stay on board the historic vessel, passengers can take advantage of all inclusive food and beverage experiences – including a special Eid Brunch on Thursday, 23 and Friday, 24 August.

The All On Board package includes a daily buffet breakfast, lunch or Eid Brunch and dinner in the Lido restaurant. Packages start from AED 1,499.

For Passengers more focused on the culinary experience, the Full Board package includes breakfast, lunch and dinner in Lido – as well as soft beverages during meal times. Starting from AED 899.

Those who have lots of other activities around the city planned can enjoy the Half Board Lunch package that includes a hearty breakfast and lunch in Lido – including soft beverages during meal times. Starting from AED 699.

All in-house guests can enjoy two inclusive tickets per room for the nearby Laguna Water Part at La Mer; a complimentary guided tour of the ship (worth AED150 per person); free WiFi; bottled water and a shuttle bus service to Mercato Mall.

Eid Brunch

Whether staying on board or looking for an exciting new brunch to experience – the QE2 will host a special Eid Brunch on Thursday, 23 and Friday, 24 August. Set on the Quarter Deck against the backdrop of Dubai’s iconic skyline, passengers will enjoy live music entertainment, a decadent spread of international delicacies and a dedicated kids buffet and playing area.

From classic British roasts, fresh seafood counters and live cooking stations, to artisan cheese platters, delicious salads and an unparalleled desert selection – the QE2 Eid Brunch promises to be the feasts of all feasts! Prices start from AED 225 per person.

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