Address: Queen Elizabeth 2, Mina Rashid, P.O. Box 6769, Dubai, UAE



Step inside the world’s most celebrated ocean liner afloat today - now one of Dubai’s iconic destinations. Docked permanently at the Mina Rashid marina, The Queen Elizabeth 2 is the Middle East’s first floating hotel - offering passengers a hub of culinary and nightlife experiences, a state-of-the-art events centre and a heritage attraction showcasing a rare and fascinating glimpse into maritime history.

Convenient Connections

For quick and convenient hotel and restaurant bookings, and for room and suite access at the touch of a button – not forgetting real-time offers to add more value to your stay - download the QE2 app and enjoy a host of services at your fingertips.


Rooms & Suites

The Queen Elizabeth 2 accommodates her passengers in 13 categories of rooms and suites – each offering comfort, connectivity and varying levels of onboard luxury. Boasting views of either Dubai’s iconic skyline or the tranquil Arabian Gulf - they have been thoughtfully restored to offer all the modern conveniences whilst remaining true to the historic vessel’s renowned heritage.



International visitors and UAE residents alike can discover a world of gastronomy, entertainment and nightlife experiences onboard the QE2. From casual and fine dining to grand theatres and nightclubs – she has a selection of 8 diverse venues to uncover at her prime location on Dubai’s waterfront.


Meetings, weddings and events

From spectacular weddings to unforgettable events – not to mention a truly unique corporate meeting or conference with a maritime flavour – book your special occasion at this monumental destination and create everlasting memories worth sharing.


QE2 Exhibition

The hotel lobby is home to a fascinating interactive museum portraying the amazing origins of the QE2. Launched in 1967, she was a showcase of the best interior design of the day and a microcosm of the radically changing society that created her.

Replete with actual and replicated artifacts of those days, the museum reproduces three iconic spaces from the ship: the bridge, a first-class cabin and the Queens Room.

The self-guided exhibition features evocative sound effects and captivating information panels in both English and Arabic.