Accor is adding the world-renowned cruise ship, Queen Elizabeth 2, to its portfolio from this month, in collaboration with Dubai’s PCFC Investments, a Dubai Government organisation.
The retired ocean liner will undergo further upgrades and renovations prior to joining Accor’s MGallery Hotel Collection.
Accor says once the renovation is complete, the new MGallery QE2 will feature 447 hotel rooms, nine food and beverage outlets, 10 meeting rooms, a 5620sqm area for outdoor events, six retail outlets, a swimming pool, and a gym.
“We are confident that, once finalised, the MGallery QE2 will become a true must-visit attraction, sharing her own stories with her guests while offering a truly unforgettable experience on board,” says CEO of Accor India, Middle East, Africa & Turkey, Mark Willis.
Situated in Dubai’s Port Rashid, the QE2 is close to Sheikh Zayed Road, providing easy access to all the city’s main attractions.