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The Queen Elizabeth II, whose passengers have often included the royal family, is being turned into a 300-room hotel in a Dubai port, Bloomberg is reporting.The ship, which made its final voyage in 2008, will have its interior preserved during the renovation. The ship will stay at Port Rashid in Dubai, where it’s currently located.
Onboard the ship, patrons will be able to explore five restaurants, a cinema, a casino, a health club, a shopping area, a hospital, library and several bars.
There’s no date yet when the 963-foot cruise liner will be ready to be used as a hotel.
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