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Queen Mary 2
Guest Accommodation 990 staterooms
Guest Capacity 2,000
Guest Decks 12
Gross Tonnage 90,000 tons
Length 964.5 feet
Width 106 feet
Draft 25.9 feet
Height 179 feet
Anchoring the Grand Lobby's main staircase is its signature
artwork—a three dimensional sculpture depicting Queen Victoria
parting the sea.
Aboard Queen Victoria, 86% of staterooms are outside and 71% of
staterooms feature balconies.
Passengers can browse maritime memorabilia and artifacts in
Cunardia, the first museum
at sea and purchase items from Cunard Collection in the nearby gift
Impressive beer and cider selections complement tasty gastro
pub-style menus in The Golden Lion Pub, an authentic and traditional
Queen Victoria's 6,000 titles comprise one of the most impressive
library collections at sea in the serene, stately ambience of warm
mahogany, an ornate spiral staircase, and cushy leather sofas.
In the Queen's Room, sip afternoon tea and soak in the ambience
reminiscent of that enjoyed by Queen Victoria in her much loved
home, Osborne House. The Queens Room is two decks in height with a
1,000 square foot dance floor centered beneath a shimmering crystal
Queen Victoria's dramatic double- and triple-height spaces flow
easily into intimate alcoves.
Artwork commissioned especially for the ship doesn't overpower the
simplicity of original etchings created by Britain's Queen Victoria
and her husband and consort Prince Albert in 1840 that are hung in
the Queens Arcade.
As on other Cunard vessels, the level of accommodations you reserve
determines your assigned dining room. The Grand, Master, Penthouse,
and Queens Suites dine in Queens Grill, Princess Suites dine in
Princess Grill, and all others in Britannia Restaurant.
Simply one of the most stunning dining rooms at sea, Britannia
Restaurant's two-deck height is emphasized by repeated by Art Deco
"cloud" patterns and the ten-foot world globe that visually anchors
the lower level. Dinner is served in two assigned seatings.
Draped columns and alcoves give Queen Victoria's Todd English
Restaurant a faintly Moroccan atmosphere and create an other-worldly
backdrop for dining on celebrity chef English's superb Mediterranean
cuisine. Reservations are required and there is a fee.
Should you be a bit hungry before dinner, satisfy your craving for
canapés and a martini (shaken tableside) in the Commodore Club
forward on Deck 10.
Churchill's Cigar Lounge is the ideal retreat for an after-dinner
cigar from the well-stocked humidor and a single malt scotch or fine
The Hemisphere Club a great spot for cocktails with a commanding
270-degree view from atop the ship, but late at night it morphs into
a pulsating dance club. Even if you aren't a dance fan, you may find
yourself being entertained at a lecture while seated beneath
Hemisphere's sparkling chandelier.
Very 19th century in feel, the walls of the three-tiered Royal Court
Theatre are covered in rich brocades and a red velvet curtain
adorns the stage, which is framed by sixteen sumptuous private
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