Dubai's QE2 launches Halloween experiences

Experiences feature a brunch for families, tours below the decks and staycation packages

The Halloween brunch at Lido Restaurant features dishes such as jelly spiders, grisly fingers, eyeballs and more
The Halloween brunch at Lido Restaurant features dishes such as jelly spiders, grisly fingers, eyeballs and more

The Queen Elizabeth 2 will be hosting Halloween experiences that include a family brunch, the ‘Project Rising Star - Below the Decks Haunted Tour’ and staycation offers.

Hosted on 1 November 2019, the Halloween brunch at Lido Restaurant features dishes such as jelly spiders, grisly fingers, eyeballs, pumpkin carvings and more as well as a live band. Children can take part in the haunted tour below decks and adults will receive free flowing beverages throughout the brunch. 

Staycation packages include a night stay with breakfast, the Halloween brunch and a haunted tour: Below the Decks. The stay packages are valid from 31 October to 1 November 2019.

The Project Rising Star - Below the Decks Haunted Tour is a theatrical act introduced in partnership with Bear Events which features three levels to choose from. The tour will be held from 17 October 2019 until 2 November 2019.

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