Daily abridged newspaper; Frette linens & duvet; Pillow Concierge offering nine pillow options; Terry cloth bathrobe & slippers; Full bottle of sparkling wine with sugar-iced strawberries at embarkation; Fruit basket & bottled water replenished daily or as needed; Bud vase with orchid; Personalised Cunard stationery; Fine Canyon Ranch soaps & shampoos; In-suite dining from the Princess Grill menu; 24-hour room service & Grills Concierge services; 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 Princess Grill
The room is large, has plenty of storage, and the bathroom is also large and well-designed. The bed is awesomely comfortable. The room has a 40" flat panel television, a writing desk, a bar area, and a very large balcony, with almost wall-to-wall windows. The room also has a refrigerator, coffee and tea apparatus, and a safe, Read entire member review >>
This suite is towards the "aft" of the ship between stairways B & C. Very spacious suite with loads of storage which made a pleasant change. Good size balcony with 2 "plastic" rattan sun chairs & table. Not overlooking any lifeboats. Upward extending oval coffee table great for having breakfast in the room. Nice bathroom with a bath as well as overhead shower. BUT no illuminated extendable make up cum shaving mirror. As I am very short sighted this made applying make up somewhat difficult as I needed to lean right across the sink to the mirror to see what I was doing. Yes there is a dressing table in the main part of the cabin but it is so poorly lit that it is of little use. Be ware that this suite suffers from near constant "vibration" which really started to get on my nerves. If I leant my head back onto the headboard I felt like Woody the Woodpecker & standing still I could feel the vibration rising up from the soles of my feet. The sea was like a mill pond so that couldn't have been the reason. We noticed that there are a number of areas of the ship that vibrate a lot & make a bit of a "thumping" sound Read entire member review >>
PG cabin was refreshed with new chairs and sofa. The teak balcony loungers were replaced with wicker-like padded reclining chairs and an ottoman. Unlike the teak loungers the new ones recline flat and in my opinion are more comfortable and conducive to outdoor dosing but some will miss the traditional teak ones. The cabinetry was the same but the pull handles were replaced. The glassware cabinet table now has a kettle and coffee maker. Headboard paneling and lamps were replaced. The wall mounted TV is much easier to view that the old spot on the desk. Read entire member review >>
First time in Princess Grill class. The cabin is spacious with tons of storage space, probably more than any couple would need. Spacious bathroom with a tub. Comfortable furniture, especially the couch and side chair. Comfy balcony with two chairs. If I could re-design, I would remove some of the storage area and closets and replace with more living space. Read entire member review >>
Very pleasant cabin! Great closet space and space to move around - with a wonderful balcony with two teak deck chairs. The bathroom was excellent, excellent shower, although the tub lip is a bit higher than we were used to. And there were ample electric outlets.
Cunard needs to improve the quality of their tv's, telephones (apparently there is no message light), and especially their slow internet, but that is true all over the Queen Mary 2 it seems. Read entire member review >>
The cabin was in very good condition, very standard P1, beds very good, it has a single bed divan that was good, its very mid ships and you do have a fair walk to the stairs/lifts, so there is a trade off for stability.it was quite and you couldn't hear the people next door at all. Read entire member review >>
This is a centrally located suite on deck 10. The balcony has two lounge chairs and a small table. The bed was comfortable as was the lounge. Plenty of storage space including a writing desk and a large glass fronted cabinet holding a variety of glasses. Bathroom had the shower over the bath and was a good size. Read entire member review >>
room: 10079Great location; mid ship and due to this you will walk always an equally length to theatre or planetarium (bow), Grill's restaurant or Queens Room (aft).Due to mid ship there is hardly any movement.Room is not 'connected' and no noise from neighbours. As there is no room or service area across this stateroom, all should be quiet and no noise.Bathroom is very large as you walk in in front is washing bowl and mirror with underneath storage space with 3 doors, than a toilet on left side and bath tub.Really plenty of storage space with walk in closet including chest of drawers for underwear or socks. Otherwise upon entrance 3 closets with additional storage, one with double doors (hanging) and two others with single doors (one with shelves including safe and one more hanging) All hangers are normal hangers with normal hooks.Next to bed are each night stands with drawer and door. Along one wall is on top an open case for books or other things and underneath extra space for storage.TV: modern flat screen with possibilities to hook up your portable DVD player via convention yellow/white/red plugs.Balcony is deep and all along steroom and provides 2 original teak deck chairs and matching thick covers. View is completely unobstructed as the 10th floor overlooks over the rescue boots 2 decks below.On the 10th floor towards the bow is a laundry service with 3 washing/drying machines and 2 iron boards with steam irons. Read entire member review >>
Princess Grill Suite (deck 10) was the best thing we did - up graded from Balcony on deck 12.
Lots of storage space - both hanging and drawers/shelves - good size walk in wardrobe. Large bathroom with full vanity and shower over bath. 3 seater lounge and 1 seater - nice wide balcony with comfortable sun lounges Read entire member review >>
A well-appointed cabin for this grade; clean and tidy; good fittings and fabrics; small, flat-screen TV (with awful sound). Everything that you need and sufficient space - with the balcony - to be able to stay in place and not feel cramped (for the two of you). Good attention from staff. Read entire member review >>
Suite 10065 is a very nice size with big comfortable bed an arm chair, sofa, desk, bar with glassware. There is a small walk-in closet plus additional hanging closets along with a large full bathroom. There is also a full width balcony
This room is mid-ship on deck 10 which gives the least sea feel and is very close to the elevator/stairway B. It is a long way aft to the Princess Grill dining room but then it is a long way to any place you want to go on QM2. Read entire member review >>
Had nice bath and walk in wardrobe. Loads of space to hang clothes. Nice balcony with two deck chairs. Roomkeeper worked extremely hard. On arrival had bottle of sparking wine and strawberry chocolates. Fresh fruit each day. Read entire member review >>
Cabin 10044 was perfect close to lifts but not too close. Mid ship and port side.
Huge walk in robe with masses of hangers. Large balcony with two wooden loungers and table. Lots of floor space and loads of storage space. Read entire member review >>
Excellent suite. In the middle of the ship so you don't feel very much movement. Perfect for westbound transatlantics as you can see the Statue of Liberty from your balcony. Read entire member review >>
P1 10072 is like all P category cabins very large, tons of storage space, bar, fridg, large deck, bathtub with shower over, plenty of storage in bathroom...worth the extra money Read entire member review >>
1068 deck 10 quiet, large veranda, walk-in closet, larger bathroom, very spacious, lots of drawers, frig, had a smoker next door but only a problem when we were out when he was out on his deck. Read entire member review >>
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