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Queen Elizabeth Review

4.0 / 5.0
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First Time on Queen Elizabeth

Review for Queen Elizabeth to the USA
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zak477
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Jan 2012
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The Queen Elizabeth is almost identical to her sister ship, the Queen Victoria. We booked the Britannia Club category that included it's own club like dining room. The dining staff helped to make the trip memorable. The stateroom was on deck 8 and appointed nicely.

The public rooms are wonderful to enjoy and sea days can be fun.

I wish Cunard would cut back on the formal & semi-formal nights. I guess if you are cruising for the first time it can be fun. But most cruise lines have eliminated the formal dress code. We are now retired and enjoy cruising around the world. Formal nights are no longer fun for us. And just add extra weight to our luggage.

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Britannia Club category - Deck 8 good location mid-ship.

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