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My husband and I have stayed on the QM twice before this visit and thoroughly enjoyed our previous stays. We love experiencing the old world charm of a bygone era. As in keeping with this era, the rooms are not modern or luxurious but comfortable...More
Oh, what a stay. Every year I bring my two oldest grandkids. This year we were upgraded to a suite with one king and two twins. How fun was that! We arrive, explore the ship, then walk over to 'Chill'. Best night ever! The beauty...More
The Queen Mary has a different feeling than other cruise ships, even though it's old. Fine art deco and personality from days gone by. Seems to have good things for people to do and draws a variety of customers.
The ship is interesting, take a tour but do not spend the night. The walls are paper thin and you can hear people talk even when it is at a normal level. unfortunately we had noisy woman next to us, they played music at one...More
Staying on the QM was an overall fun experience. It's a one time event and was fun exploring the ship and learning it's history. It's fun to imagine how it was with people dressed up and enjoying cocktails in the beautiful bar. A huge turn-off...More
Yes, the wood paneled rooms are on the outside of the ship. The harbor view rooms have the nicest views, obviously; otherwise it's the parking lot and shipping machinery. The plain walled rooms are the interior rooms... More
Yes, the wood paneled rooms are on the outside of the ship. The harbor view rooms have the nicest views, obviously; otherwise it's the parking lot and shipping machinery. The plain walled rooms are the interior rooms; nothing special.