(approx 520-707 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.
Large, though space could be better used, very comfortable bed, sitting area with sofa, nice large balcony, separate bath and shower, though bathroom lacks a shaving mirror. Probably the time is coming when the carpets will be replaced. There are two TVs, the controls for which constantly interfere with each other. Everything else is very positive. Read entire member review >>
A large and luxurious suite, though a considerable amount of spacious is wasted compared with the Q6 category. Nonetheless, we like it enough to spend a lot of time there and on the wide balcony. The bed was extremely comfortable, and the goosedown pillow, supplied on request, heavenly. The butler and his assistant kept it immaculate. Read entire member review >>
Good size cabin (twice the square footage of regular staterooms - and of course double the balcony width. Very good sized bathroom. Whirlpool bath and walk in shower with glass door - not a horrid curtain. Separate WC and wash basin. Read entire member review >>
The best attributes of our cabin were the size of the bathroom with the jacuzzi and the more than ample storage space which lower category cabins sorely lack. Also, the large balcony was a definite plus. I did miss a pull-out mirror above the bathroom sink since the lighting was not optimal. I minor inconvenience. Read entire member review >>
The Queen's Grill Penthouse is ideal for anyone seeking a little more space. The layout is great; it flows and feels like a mini apartment. There are two large flat screen TVs; one in the sitting area and one in the bedroom area. These two areas can be divided by a curtain. The bathroom is to a very high standard and was kept spotlessly clean; I highly recommend the jacuzzi bath. A major issue is the lack of UK plug sockets; only ONE in a suite of this size yet about EIGHT US ones. Annoying but did it affect the holiday or my enjoyment?? No it didn't but on a longer voyage where I may bring more appliances such as laptop computer etc it may do. The canapes brought before dinner every evening were lovely and always on time and the bottle of champagne on arrival instead of Pol Acker is very nice. However, I would've liked a bottle of Veuve Cliquot or Moet for this grade of stateroom; not a £20 bottle of Delamotte. A lovely, comfortable suite with a large and deep balcony that I would happily stay in again. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 7088.....wonderfully spacious. Super large balcony. Great bath and shower area, but with separate washing/loo area. Excellent relaxing area. Comfy bed and spacious wardrobe. Long way from the ironing board!!!Absolutely lovely cabin. Read entire member review >>
Most comfortable bed we've ever slept in, Great bathroom and separate shower, separate toilet and washbasins. Great amount of storage space, much more than I expected. Very quiet hallway and no noise from other cabins. Extremely impressed. Read entire member review >>
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