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Queen Elizabeth, Cunard

QUEEN ELIZABETH TECHNICAL FACTS

Entered Service:
October, 2010
Length (ft/m):
965ft/294m
Beam (ft/m):
106ft/32m
Decks:
12
Number of Passengers:
2,081
Number of Crew:
1,005
Number of Swimming Pools:
2
Size:
90,900 Gross Tonnage

ABOUT QUEEN ELIZABETH

Ship Amenities

Capped with its famous red Cunard funnel, Queen Elizabeth boasts a stylish décor both inside and out. It resembles an old-world ocean liner with its plush carpeting, warm wooden accents, sweeping staircase and memorabilia. The Grand Lobby is a social hub for the ship, spanning three decks with sculpted balconies to stop and admire the elegant view. Take a stroll through the Cunard Galleria to view maritime memorabilia attractively displayed in glass cabinets, including a model of the original ship. Visit the Royal Arcade to browse through shops from some of Great Britain’s most iconic names, from Aspinal of London to Penhaligon’s. The Library is another highlight of the ship’s amenities, featuring 6,000 titles in a wood-panelled room with onsite librarians to assist you. Naturally, there’s also a full selection of public bars and lounges, children’s play areas, and an outdoor recreation deck with swimming pools, hot tubs and sun loungers galore.

Cabin Amenities

Passengers onboard the Queen Elizabeth can select from three primary class categories of accommodation, including the Britannia and Grill classes. These all offer different locations, restaurant choices and various perks. All accommodation features little touches of luxury like Penhaligon toiletries, vanity desks with hairdryers, and flat screen infotainment systems. Beds are made up with premium mattresses and high-quality linens, along with fluffy European duvets. At the higher end of the accommodation scale, you’ll find the suites, which offer wrap-around balconies and additional space to relax.

Dining Options

Your main dining options will depend on the class of accommodation you’ve chosen. The main dining room is called the Britannia Restaurant, with two seating times for dinner. Grill class passengers can visit the Queens or Princess Grills, which feature a more intimate dining experience during a single seating. All passengers can visit the Veranda Restaurant, a speciality a la carte venue with a colonial ambience and classical French cuisine. For something a bit more casual, venture to the Lido Café. This buffet restaurant transforms in the evening with three concepts, including Asado for South American grilled meats, Aztec for Mexican fare, and Jasmine for an Asian menu. Café Carinthia is open throughout the day for Lavazza coffees, and you can also visit the Golden Lion Pub for traditional English dishes like fish and chips.

Entertainment

Evening entertainment is just as stylish as the ship’s other attractions. The Royal Court Theatre resembles a classical opera house, with private boxes and Champagne packages to make your evening a touch more special. Expect West End-quality productions here, as well as a lounge where you can treat yourself to pre-show drinks.

Sports and Wellness

Wellness options abound on Queen Elizabeth, starting with the Cunard Royal Health Club and Spa. This lavish complex includes a spacious gym with cardio and weights equipment, ocean views, and an exercise studio where you can join in an aerobics or yoga class. The spa section of this complex offers a Thermal Suite with steam rooms and saunas, and there’s also a Rasul chamber for mud bathing to leave your skin glowing. Book in for a soothing massage or simply relax in the chill-out area.


QUEEN ELIZABETH REVIEWS

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Excellent Cruise On Cunard.

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Hobster, Grantham on 31st Dec 2018

Excellent service overall really. Queen Elizabeth is a lovely ship, very classy & what you expect.

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Cunard Drips In Elegance And Style.

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Harding, Terrick on 23rd Feb 2019

Yes, its a different style of cruising but for all its style and elegance, true Christmas spirit, (proper) Carols with mince pies in the Atrium, amazing food and service all outstanding.

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