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In-room Xbox; Daily abridged newspaper; Frette linens & duvet; Pillow Concierge offering nine pillow options; Terry cloth bathrobe & slippers; Full bottle of French champagne with sugar-iced strawberries at embarkation; Complimentary in-suite bar set up; Fruit basket & bottled water replenished daily or as needed; Full flower arrangement; Personalised Cunard stationery; Evening canap├ęs; Fine Canyon Ranch soaps & shampoos; Bath salts & manicure kit; In-suite dining from the Queens Grill menu; 24-hour room service & Grills Concierge services; Butler service (including packing/unpacking service); Shoe shine service; Nightly turndown service with pillow chocolates plus special Sweet Dreams turndown surprise on formal nights; Priority embarkation with separate Grill check-in; Single-seating dining in the Queens Grill; Access to Grills Concierge Lounge, Queens Grill Lounge, and private Queens Grill sun deck

Queens Suite (Q5)
Decks: Deck 9 | Deck 10 | Deck 11
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Main elements were clean, in good order and spacious. Bathroom had broken tiles, holes drilled in tiles and a scruffy Jacuzzi bath. Toiletries were not always maintained and we had to leave notes to get replacements. Fruit similarly was not always maintained and we had to ask for replenishments.
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Cabin 9037
Still a beautiful experience to sail the Queen's Grill, but glad they will be doing a refit to "freshen" everything.
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Cabin 10074
The Majestic Queen Lawman 149
We had my wife and two teenage daughters in the room. It was tight but manageable as there was a changing area with a curtain. The bathroom was full size with a tube (rare). Plenty of room. Large balcony with two deck chairs loved it. TV was small and not clear
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Cabin 9009
Our cabin was a lovely haven, very comfortable and spacious with an amazing amount of storage. The bed was comfortable, the lighting good for applying make-up, and the service excellent. Cabin cleanliness and amenities were all good. Could have wished for a larger TV - we watched mostly news, the bridge cam, and lecture rebroadcasts - and it would have been lovely to have either a selection of music channels or the ability to hook up an iPod or iPad for in-cabin music. The weather was quite windy most of the crossing so not much chance to use the balcony, but on the one perfect balcony day our cabin steward has the cushions out on the deck chairs immediately without our having to request it.
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Cabin 9072
Great port side cabin. Near the stairwell so very easy access to the Queen's Grill and Lounge. Very well equipped. Check with your butler that it has everything it is supposed to have i.e. Champagne stopper as Cunard will charge you if is missing at the end of the trip. Good size balcony above the boat deck - this cabin looks out over the sea rather than over the lifeboats.
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Queens Grill is a wonderful experience with the best of the best service and special extras. The rooms are large and the storage plentiful for your clothes and cases. The Queens Grill Restaurant is superb as is the cuisine. We were on deck which I believe has only Queen level rooms (perhaps a few Princess). If we had an opportunity to do this trip again, we would take this same level of voyage.

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Cabin 11130

Q5 Queens Grill suite 11130, the very last stateroom aft of deck 11 on the port side (right beside the grills terrace) There are only 4 Queens Grill suites on this deck, all aft and I must say the location is fantastic, much better than deck 9 (the Queens Grill suite deck), the view is high and unobstructed. We find the suites on deck 9 rather silly as they are only one level above the life boats which really take away from the view.
The layout of the suite is much like that of a Princess Grill suite, but larger with more room to move around, a larger bar area, larger balcony, larger seating area and an extra area with a dressing table just outside the walk in wardrobe before entering the bathroom. The bathroom itself features a shower over Jacuzzi bath set up with one basin. I believe for the extra price Queens Grill guests are charged, the bathroom really should feature a separate bath and shower and also feature two basins. The suite is large enough to accommodate a bathroom layout like that so I'm unsure as to why they didn't design it that way. On closer inspection, the suite was a little tired. A few globes were out, some scuffs on the walls here and there, down lights not fixed into the ceiling properly, rust on the balcony, a dripping pipe above the balcony which dripped down onto one of the deck chairs (duct tape had been used to try stop the dripping pipe) and two cushions on the bed which smelt as if they hadn't been washed in years. Nothing too major, but keep in mind the premium price Cunard charges for this type of suite. Wifi also doesn't work in this suite.

A great room but still a few little issues.

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Cabin 9042

Beautiful Suite Perfect Location

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Cabin 9064

Spacious - excellent Butler and Houseman

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Cabin 10.101

Personal butler services - excellent and attentive -
Layout and amenities - very good.
As stated previously - I believe QM2 would benefit from in-room entertainment systems of the ilk used by modern airlines such as Emirates and Cathay.

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Cabin 9063
Queen Mary 2 rickyace

Our cabin was a Queen's Grill suite. The location was good, but it was a long walk down the hall. I prefer a room that is closer to a stairway. We did not have this option when we booked. The size was very comfortable, probably two, maybe three times the size of an average balcony cabin. It had a sofa, large chair, desk and desk chair. There is also a large countertop/bar area with a china cabinet and two shelves with books. The TV, as everyone says, is not in a good location. It was on the desk, making it too far from the sofa and from the bed.But, there are no decent channels to watch anyway. The best thing about this room is the walk-in closet. It has two walls of hanging space and one stack of large dresser drawers, in addition to a shelf above that goes all the way around the closet. There is also a dressing table in the entrance area to the bath. There is a bathtub with shower (a big plus because it is not so narrow), large sink area, making it double the size of the average bathroom.

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Cabin 9048

The Queens Grill Suite was not impressive and needed a freshen up, the grouting in the tiles in the shower were discolored and missing, the Vanity lighting (VIP) was poor. No magnifying mirror, I had to use tape to keep the shower head in place. Don't even try to use the cheapest cotton buds you have ever seen, they break as you pick them up.

The Butler was was looking tired when he did our orientation (with couple next door so he wouldn't have to repeat himself), possibly needs tipped at the start although we didn't. No i pod dock which is in the brochure and he didn't know what I was talking about when I asked where the pillow concierge was (also in brochure but not available).

Too cold and windy on Balcony but plenty room, horizontal view excellent (remember is does not change for 6 days), looking down only lifeboats.

Perfect position for the Concierge lounge which we used all the time for coffee, cakes and cards (they don't serve coffee in the suites). The Concierge Henry was excellent. Not close to launderettes, which are very busy on the first day and there are only 3 irons in total between them. No irons allowed in suite.

Overall not what we expected from it's reputation, certainly not 5 star (probably need to go to Grand Duplex for that).

Someone had said the new owners Carnival have dropped the service and standards to make it more profitable.

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Cabin 5249
Lousy experience on QM2!! Dalkeygirl1962
If you want or need vibrations then cabin 5249 scores high, but you need to know this prior to confirming booking.
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Comfortable Adventure cunardaddict
Q5 Queens Grill ist very spaceous, but bathtub with jacuzzi has very high walls. A proper shower would be more welcomed. Partially redigned decoration will not match with furniture, details are taken away for cost cuttings. Canapees are daily supplied, but obviously days old. Rooms service is efficient and free. The "Butler" is rather a joke as it is more or less a perfect cabin steward, not more.
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Cabin 9031
Classic Uncle Sean
Suite 9031 is well-placed at midships on the starboard side, opposite the Concierge Lounge. It is also very close to stairwell B and elevators. These features make the suite feel very central and convenient. I especially enjoyed being able to dart across the hall for a cup of tea, a snack, or a newspaper. The room itself was spotless and well maintained, although it did show a few signs of minor wear and tear.
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Cabin 9056
3rd time Pamela Sharp
No complaints about cabin 9056 - we were never disturbed by noise at any time - just loved and enjoyed
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Cabin 9043
very spacious, large entry area with mirror and wall lights, cupboard with extra hanging space and shelves, safe, granite tops on cupboards, beautiful glass display case with plenty of glasses for all tastes. good bed, king size, very comfy pillows and new duvet, flat panel Sharp TV, good size desk with reading lamp. Walk in robe with good selection of hangers, plenty of drawers/shelves, separate vanity area with large mirror and built in hair dryer. Bathroom has toilet set at one end behind a half wall, good size vanity unit with plenty of storage, very large spa bath, good quality hand held shower, easy to use taps, large towels and good toiletries. Balcony had two teak lounge chairs and small table. These suites were just above the life boats, but this didn't cause any problems with views etc. this room had a connecting door but we heard no noise thru it, the rooms seem very well insulated.
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Cabin 9048
Queens Grill accommodation is everything one would expect for this level.
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Cabin 9036
Well appointed suite with a large balcony. The walk in wardrobe was large with plenty of shelves and storage space. The sofa and other furniture was a good size and comfortable, the bed was one of the best I have ever slept on in any hotel. The bar was well stocked with soft drinks and alcohol. Nothing to complain about simply wonderful
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Cabin 9030
Spacious, large balcony with real deck chairs, nice bar, lots of closet space, full bathroom jaccuzzi tub, QS bed comfortable, quiet location on 9 deck, good views of the sea. Butler included but did not use him, he did bring canapes each day.
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Q5 cabin was superb in every way. 5 star plus.
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Cabin 9019
Too far from Dining Room Great suite plenty of storage nice big bathroom but tub side too tall to easily get into and out of.
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Queens Grill suites offer amazing quality and space. There was no problem with storage even though, as bllroom dance fanatics, we bring a lot of luggage and footwear. The Butler service was excellent and the balcony a more than adequate size.
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