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(approx 508-771 sq ft) Relax in Queen Elizabeth's most spacious/sumptuous accommodation, named in honour of those past Cunard Commodores who received knighthoods. Light woods & luxurious upholstery add elegance to your sublime retreat, featuring a full bathroom, as you would expect. Summon champagne to your own private verandah, dine in-suite from the Queens Grill menu & let your concierge arrange an excursion ashore. You'll appreciate the services of a butler, priority embarkation/disembarkation.

Queens Suite (Q6)
Decks: Deck 4 | Deck 5 | Deck 7 | Deck 8
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Queens Suite Cabin Reviews
Cabin 9009
Sep 2016
The room was spectactular. There is all new furniture, carpeting, wallpaper and drapes. Even the balcony has new comfortable reclining chairs and tables. Though we had previously booked in Club Britannia in 2010 and followed the next three voyages in Princess Grille we decided to treat ourselves and go first class in Queens Grille this time. We were very pleased that we made that decision. Our butler, Krishna, and his assistant butler, Richard, made our 7-day voyage superb with their friendly attitude and willingness to accommodate us in every way. Our room was made up by the time we returned from breakfast. Krishna brought us different appitizers at 5pm each night instead of the usual canapés. They ranged from chicken drumsticks to shrimp kebobs to sushi, etc.
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Cabin 8181
Sep 2015
Our Suite, 8181, was right at the aft of the ship. It was a beautiful room, with a spacious balcony always catching the sun. We especially loved having tea and orange juice on the balcony in the sun every morning.
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Sep 2014
Back of ship, lovely cabin with whirlpool tub, but vibration. Had to get up in the night numerous times as all the glasses on the bar were clinking together!
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Cabin 8180
Sep 2012
Expensive, but worth it. By: cunardalltheway
Extremely spacious suite with an excess of storage space. Only disappointment was the 'attack' shower curtain... hate those things.
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Cabin 4195
Oct 2011
4195 had plenty of space, as big as and more usefully laid out than the midships Q4 we had previously. The sofa was a little rubbed up, but otherwise condition was excellent. There was noticable vibration from the azipods below, not a problem for us but some people would be unhappy. At the worst, glassware on the shelves was jangling when maneuvering in harbour. We also had a very prominent heavy knocking noise one night from near the bathroom in heavy seas but don't know if it was cured because the weather was not poor enough later to prompt it again. As an aft-facing cabin there was some pitching when seas were rough which might trouble those who suffer with mal-de mer. Cleanliness and service were excellent. The butler was pleasant and almost psychic in how well he anticipated what we needed.
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