We have been on many cruises and several cruise lines. Celebrity is our most common thise days but we wanted to be on a Queen and the opportunity presented itself.
Cruise was dressier than we usually go, but we were prepared. We had formal and costume ware, although we were not particularly taken with the balls. If you like to dance, you'll quite like all of that. We did enjoy the spectacle.
We choose this particular cruise because we were in Europe for business and this itinerary fit our schedule and went to new places for us. The overlapping of cruises as Cunard does gives it more flexibility although we lost some people we were friendly with halfway through.
Food was English, but mostly in a good way. I ate a lot of Stilton cheese. Service was also English and that was excellent.
We stayed at the Princess Grill level, which is a bit better than sky suite level on Celebrity in my opinion. The rrom size is similar, but the dining and lounge access is better.
Cabin was minisuite size. This is big enough for us, but not a full suite. It was quite functional. Plenty of plugs; two TVs, balcony. Well appointed. We had no complaints.