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Queen Elizabeth Review

4.0 / 5.0
616 reviews

Ups and downs at sea

Review for the Eastern Mediterranean Cruise on Queen Elizabeth
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Oct 2013

Transfer from the airport and embarkation were pretty straight forward. Arriving on a Cunard ship is always a fantastic experience and one is made to feel special immediately on boarding. The majority of staff are excellent and a credit to the White Star service.

The cabin was lovely, clean and welcoming. We were beside the funnel on Deck 8 so it was quite noisy. Balcony was under Lido restaurant which came out an extra foot so hardly any room for the sun to get through. I'd suggest Deck 7 is better than Deck 8 in this respect but avoid being next to the funnel!

Food was a bit hit and miss, the sirloin steaks were terrible, very poor quality but the fish was usually good. Wine is far too over-priced at 400% mark-up. Even taking one of the wine packages means at least 3x market value. The staff in the restaurant were great, smiling, helpful and polite even when having to deal with the inevitable rude/obnoxious passengers.

Cabin Review

Noisy cabin as it is by the funnel, although it is white noise, it can get annoying.Cabin is a good size, but the balcony is set back so you can't really enjoy the sun.

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