Cunard have revealed they are investing over £34 million in the refit of Queen Victoria, scheduled for June 2017.
The elegance of Queen Victoria’s art deco past will remain, while enhancements will usher a new and updated chapter for the vessel.
Senior Vice President of the line, Simon Palethorpe, stated: ‘This investment in Queen Victoria just goes to demonstrate Cunard‘s passion for delivering an experience that exceeds guests’ expectations in luxury travel by the sea.
‘For the first time on Queen Victoria, guests can enjoy an elevated experience with large, well-appointed balcony staterooms in prime locations and the new Britannia Club Restaurant will be the perfect setting for those who prefer a more intimate dining experience in one of the finest restaurants at sea’.
Take a look at the refit here…
Britannia Club Dining:
Improvements to the ship will include Britannia Club Dining, new to Queen Victoria, with the addition of an intimate restaurant and 43 spacious Britannia Club staterooms in a prime mid-ship location.
Guests will be flexible to dine whenever they choose in the new Britannia Club restaurant.
The refreshed staterooms will feature newly-designed carpets, soft furnishings and new flat screen TVs.
Britannia Club stateroom:
The ship’s Grand Suites and Penthouse Suites have also been entirely re-designed.
Princess Grill Suite:
Queens Grill Aft Suite:
The Cunard Grand Suites will be re-designed and reconfigured to maximise space, offering enhanced comfort and entertainment options. The Aquitania, Berengaria, Mauretania and Laconia Suites will have similar square footage to those on Queen Elizabeth at approximately 1,436 sq. ft.
Refreshed designs will include a new colour scheme that takes its inspiration from the line’s history with its signature Cunard purple.
Queens Grill Grand Suite:
Guests of Queen Victoria will also be able to enjoy five new Penthouse Suites which will feature floor-to-ceiling windows, defined living and sleeping spaces and bathrooms with natural light.
New colour schemes will reflect Cunard‘s signature jewel tones of deep red and captivating geometric patterns.
Additionally, Cunard has announced a new Chart Room concept which will debut on Queen Victoria as part of the refit.
More details of Queen Victoria’s refit will be announced in the coming months.
What are your thoughts on the news? Are you excited for Queen Victoria to have a makeover? Which is your favourite Cunard ship? Which of the ships have you sailed with before? Do you plan to sail with Queen Victoria after her £34 million refit? Leave us your comments…