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Departure Date: 7th June 2020

Duration: 12 nights

Cruise Line: Cunard

Cruise Ship: Queen Victoria

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Price from: £1,349pp

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With a choice of On Board Spends, Car parking or coach transfers, first priority dining, cabin choice and much more. See Cruise line for more info. T&Cs apply.

Stateroom
Price.
Inside
£1,549pp
  • Standard Inside Fwd IF £1,549pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Fwd/aft IE £1,576pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Aft ID £1,585pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Mid-fwd/mid IA £1,604pp 1–2
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd GC £1,613pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid GB £1,622pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd/mid GA £1,640pp 1–2
Outside
£1,690pp
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid FB £1,690pp 1–2
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid-fwd/mid-aft FC £1,699pp 1–2
  • Oceanview Fwd EF £1,717pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid-fwd/mid-aft/aft EC £1,744pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid EB £1,770pp 1–2
Balcony
£1,977pp
  • Balcony (partially Obstructed View) Stateroom Mid CA £1,977pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd BF £1,996pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd/aft BE £2,025pp 1–3
  • Balcony Aft BD £2,082pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid-aft BC £2,129pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft BB £2,177pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid BA £2,215pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid-fwd A2 £2,756pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid A1 £2,842pp 1–2
Suite
£3,799pp
  • Princess Suite Fwd/mid P2 £3,799pp 1–3
  • Princess Suite Mid P1 £3,929pp 1–3
  • Queens Suite Aft Q5 £4,899pp 1–3
  • Penthouse Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft Q4 £5,199pp 1–3
  • Penthouse Mid Q3 £5,419pp 1–3

With a choice of On Board Spends, Car parking or coach transfers, first priority dining, cabin choice and much more. See Cruise line for more info. T&Cs apply.

Stateroom
Price.
Inside
£1,549pp
  • Standard Inside Fwd IF £1,549pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Fwd/aft IE £1,576pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Aft ID £1,585pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Mid-fwd/mid IA £1,604pp 1–2
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd GC £1,613pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid GB £1,622pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd/mid GA £1,640pp 1–2
Outside
£1,690pp
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid FB £1,690pp 1–2
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid-fwd/mid-aft FC £1,699pp 1–2
  • Oceanview Fwd EF £1,717pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid-fwd/mid-aft/aft EC £1,744pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid EB £1,770pp 1–2
Balcony
£1,977pp
  • Balcony (partially Obstructed View) Stateroom Mid CA £1,977pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd BF £1,996pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd/aft BE £2,025pp 1–3
  • Balcony Aft BD £2,082pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid-aft BC £2,129pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft BB £2,177pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid BA £2,215pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid-fwd A2 £2,756pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid A1 £2,842pp 1–2
Suite
£3,799pp
  • Princess Suite Fwd/mid P2 £3,799pp 1–3
  • Princess Suite Mid P1 £3,929pp 1–3
  • Queens Suite Aft Q5 £4,899pp 1–3
  • Penthouse Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft Q4 £5,199pp 1–3
  • Penthouse Mid Q3 £5,419pp 1–3

With a choice of On Board Spends, Car parking or coach transfers, first priority dining, cabin choice and much more. See Cruise line for more info. T&Cs apply.

Stateroom
Price.
Inside
£1,549pp
  • Standard Inside Fwd IF £1,549pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Fwd/aft IE £1,576pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Aft ID £1,585pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Mid-fwd/mid IA £1,604pp 1–2
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd GC £1,613pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid GB £1,622pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd/mid GA £1,640pp 1–2
Outside
£1,690pp
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid FB £1,690pp 1–2
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid-fwd/mid-aft FC £1,699pp 1–2
  • Oceanview Fwd EF £1,717pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid-fwd/mid-aft/aft EC £1,744pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid EB £1,770pp 1–2
Balcony
£1,977pp
  • Balcony (partially Obstructed View) Stateroom Mid CA £1,977pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd BF £1,996pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd/aft BE £2,025pp 1–3
  • Balcony Aft BD £2,082pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid-aft BC £2,129pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft BB £2,177pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid BA £2,215pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid-fwd A2 £2,756pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid A1 £2,842pp 1–2
Suite
£3,799pp
  • Princess Suite Fwd/mid P2 £3,799pp 1–3
  • Princess Suite Mid P1 £3,929pp 1–3
  • Queens Suite Aft Q5 £4,899pp 1–3
  • Penthouse Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft Q4 £5,199pp 1–3
  • Penthouse Mid Q3 £5,419pp 1–3

This fare is benefits those looking for great value with some flexibility. Your cabin will be assigned prior to sailing. Flexibility with dinning time & table size. See cruise line page for more info. T&C's apply.

Stateroom
Price.
Inside
£1,349pp
  • Standard Inside Fwd IF £1,349pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Fwd/aft IE £1,379pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Aft ID £1,389pp 1–2
  • Standard Inside Mid-fwd/mid IA £1,399pp 1–2
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd GC £1,409pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid GB £1,419pp 1–4
  • Deluxe Inside Mid-fwd/mid GA £1,439pp 1–2
Outside
£1,469pp
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid FB £1,469pp 1–2
  • Oceanview Fwd EF £1,479pp 1–3
  • Oceanview (obstructed View) Stateroom Mid-fwd/mid-aft FC £1,479pp 1–2
  • Oceanview Mid-fwd/mid-aft/aft EC £1,499pp 1–3
  • Oceanview Mid EB £1,529pp 1–2
Balcony
£1,799pp
  • Balcony (partially Obstructed View) Stateroom Mid CA £1,799pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd BF £1,819pp 1–3
  • Balcony Fwd/aft BE £1,849pp 1–3
  • Balcony Aft BD £1,909pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid-aft BC £1,959pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid-fwd/mid/mid-aft BB £1,999pp 1–3
  • Balcony Mid BA £2,039pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid-fwd A2 £2,549pp 1–3
  • Club Balcony Mid A1 £2,629pp 1–2
Suite
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Itinerary

  • 7th June 2020

    Southampton

    Lying near the head of Southampton Water, a peninsula between the estuaries of the Rivers Test and Itchen, Southampton is Britain’s largest cruise port. It has been one of England’s major ports since the Middle Ages, when it exported wool and hides from the hinterland and imported wine from Bordeaux. The city suffered heavy damage during World War Two and as a result the centre has been extensively rebuilt, but there are still some interesting medieval buildings including the Bargate, one of the finest city gatehouses in England.

  • 8th June 2020

    At Sea

  • 9th June 2020

    Ringaskiddy

  • 10th June 2020

    Dublin

    Dublin is making a comeback. The decade-long “Celtic Tiger” boom era was quickly followed by the Great Recession, but The Recovery has finally taken a precarious hold. For visitors, this newer and wiser Dublin has become one of western Europe’s most popular and delightful urban destinations. Whether or not you’re out to enjoy the old or new Dublin, you’ll find it a colossally entertaining city, all the more astonishing considering its intimate size.It is ironic and telling that James Joyce chose Dublin as the setting for his famous Ulysses, Dubliners, and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man because it was a “center of paralysis” where nothing much ever changed. Which only proves that even the greats get it wrong sometimes. Indeed, if Joyce were to return to his once-genteel hometown today—disappointed with the city’s provincial outlook, he left it in 1902 at the age of 20—and take a quasi-Homeric odyssey through the city (as he so famously does in Ulysses), would he even recognize

  • 11th June 2020

    At Sea

  • 12th June 2020

    Stornoway, Isle Of Lewis

    Tour description Stornoway, Scotland The Isle of Lewis and Harris is the northernmost and largest of the Outer Hebrides-the Western Isles in common parlance. The island’s only major town, Stornoway, is on a nearly landlocked harbor on the east coast of Lewis. It’s the port capital for the Outer Hebrides and the island’s cultural center, such that it is. Stornoway has an increasing number of good restaurants. Lewis has some fine historic attractions, including the Calanais Standing Stones-a truly magical place. The Uists are known for their rare, plentiful wildlife. Stornoway. Besides being the island’s main entry point for ferries, Stornoway is also Lewis’s main arts center. You’ll find some good restaurants in town if you want to have lunch off the ship. The town can be explored by bicycle if you are so inclined. Local rental shops can give you advice on where to ride, including a route to Tolsta that takes in five stunning beaches before reaching the edge of moorland. An Lanntair Art

  • 13th June 2020

    At Sea

  • 14th June 2020

    Greenock

    Trendy stores, a booming cultural life, fascinating architecture, and stylish restaurants reinforce Glasgow’s claim to being Scotland’s most exciting city. After decades of decline, it has experienced an urban renaissance uniquely its own. The city’s grand architecture reflects a prosperous past built on trade and shipbuilding. Today buildings by Charles Rennie Mackintosh hold pride of place along with the Zaha Hadid–designed Riverside Museum.Glasgow (the “dear green place,” as it was known) was founded some 1,500 years ago. Legend has it that the king of Strathclyde, irate about his wife’s infidelity, had a ring he had given her thrown into the river Clyde. (Apparently she had passed it on to an admirer.) When the king demanded to know where the ring had gone, the distraught queen asked the advice of her confessor, St. Mungo. He suggested fishing for it—and the first salmon to emerge had the ring in its mouth. The moment is commemorated on the city’s coat of arms.The medieval city exp

  • 15th June 2020

    Belfast

    Before English and Scottish settlers arrived in the 1600s, Belfast was a tiny village called Béal Feirste (“sandbank ford”) belonging to Ulster’s ancient O’Neill clan. With the advent of the Plantation period (when settlers arrived in the 1600s), Sir Arthur Chichester, from Devon in southwestern England, received the city from the English Crown, and his son was made Earl of Donegall. Huguenots fleeing persecution from France settled near here, bringing their valuable linen-work skills. In the 18th century, Belfast underwent a phenomenal expansion—its population doubled every 10 years, despite an ever-present sectarian divide. Although the Anglican gentry despised the Presbyterian artisans—who, in turn, distrusted the native Catholics—Belfast’s growth continued at a dizzying speed. The city was a great Victorian success story, an industrial boomtown whose prosperity was built on trade, especially linen and shipbuilding. Famously (or infamously), the Titanic was built here, giving Belfas

  • 16th June 2020

    Liverpool

    From world-class attractions and sports to legendary music, Liverpool offers old-world charm with modern sophistication, underpinned by a rich cultural history.

  • 17th June 2020

    At Sea

  • 18th June 2020

    Saint Peter Port

    Cobblestone streets, blooming floral displays, and tiny churches welcome you to this wonderfully pretty harbour. The town of St Peter Port is as pretty as they come, with glowing flower displays painting practically every street corner and window-ledge with colour. As the capital, and main port of Guernsey, St Peter Port puts all of the island’s gorgeous beaches, wonderful history and inspiring stories at your fingertips. Feel the gut punch of the midday gun firing at Castle Cornet, which stands guard over one of the world’s prettiest ports. This 800-year-old, Medieval castle offers staggering views of the harbour from its imposing, craggy island location, and you can look out across to the looming shorelines of the other Channel Islands from its weathered battlements. With four well-tended gardens, and five museums offering a rich overview of Guernsey’s history, you’ll want to leave a few hours aside to explore the many treasures that lie within the castle’s walls.

  • 19th June 2020

    Southampton

    Lying near the head of Southampton Water, a peninsula between the estuaries of the Rivers Test and Itchen, Southampton is Britain’s largest cruise port. It has been one of England’s major ports since the Middle Ages, when it exported wool and hides from the hinterland and imported wine from Bordeaux. The city suffered heavy damage during World War Two and as a result the centre has been extensively rebuilt, but there are still some interesting medieval buildings including the Bargate, one of the finest city gatehouses in England.

Ship Information

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Useful Info
Launched
2007
Tonnage
90049
Length
294.0
Total Crew
1001
Occupancy
2172

There are so many satisfying spaces on board a Cunard ship, yet watching her wake stretch towards the horizon leaving behind the ordinary world is surely one of the most satisfying. During the refit of Cunard’s Queen Victoria, her service offering has been brought in line with that of the rest of the fleet and her popular aft lido sun deck has been expanded.

The new design maximises and transforms her aft deck space to create a stunning contemporary mix of sun and shade, more akin to a luxury resort roof terrace – perfect for sailing around the Mediterranean. Guests are now able to enjoy more generous seating, enhanced deck furniture, extended shaded areas, al fresco dining options and a full beverage service throughout the day and into the evening, with live entertainment.

Contrary to speculation that Queen Victoria’s popular Chart Room was to be removed during her refit, it has simply been moved. And in the process, refined with the allure and glamour of a classic cocktail bar from the heyday of her key sailing destinations. Through charts and cartography, her elegant new menu navigates destination-specific stories, pairing a selection of classic beverages with light canapés and snacks – and the introduction of delectable Godiva chocolates. In the evening, this elegant venue serves cocktails linked to celestial charts from which ships used to navigate. Signature specials will be created for different destinations and voyages.

The Midships Lounge has also received some special attention with the introduction of a gin and fizz themed menu, including gin served from an old-fashioned spirit tap – to infuse a more distinctive character. This brings to life wines, Prosecco, Cava and Champagne alongside premium gin and spirits, all blended to create fresh and inspiring cocktails.

One surprising constant with Cunard is change: our continual striving to bring you an even more refined experience. That is why, during the refit of Queen Victoria, two of her popular public areas have been refreshed. The Winter Garden is a beautifully relaxed room in the heart of deck 9 close to the pool and Lido buffet. Flooded with natural light, the room’s floor to ceiling windows command some of the best views across the ship and out to sea. Perfect for watching the world go by whilst enjoying a beverage, the comfort and décor of the Winter Garden has been further refined: from the statement floor, glorious glass canopy to the elegant lounge furniture.

Queens Grill Suites

As a Queens Grill passenger, you experience the very apex of luxury in ocean-going travel. After embarking at your priority time slot, you’ll find champagne, strawberries and petit fours awaiting your arrival in your primely-located and beautifully designed suite. This comprises a bedroom, large sitting area, a marble bathroom with whirlpool bath and shower, a walk-in wardrobe and spacious private balcony, all laid out over 506 – 2,249 square feet. Grand, Master, Duplex and Penthouse Queens Grill Suites also have separate dining areas.

Board games, a games console and DVD player are provided as standard. Your Queens Grill butler looks after your every need. From being on hand to unpack for you on arrival, to serving your daily pre-dinner canapés, restocking your complimentary bar, arranging fresh flowers, or organising any drinks or dinner parties you might wish to host during your cruise.

For breakfast, lunch and dinner, you’ll have a table reserved in the world famous Queens Grill restaurant. The sublime menu is designed to whet every appetite. But, should you not see what you want, the chefs will do their very utmost to create whatever takes your fancy.

In finer climates, on Queen Victoria or Queen Elizabeth, you might enjoy eating alfresco in The Grills Courtyard. You’ll also have exclusive access to private deck areas and the elegant Grills Lounge. They’ll leave it to one of their passengers to put the Queen’s Grill Suite experience into their own words: “Quite simply, it’s one of life’s greatest pleasures.”

Princess Grill Suites

Booking a Princess Grill Suite takes your travels to a whole new level of indulgence. After embarking at your priority time slot, you’re welcomed with sparkling wine and strawberries into your spacious balconied suite that occupies a prime location on the ship. Separate sleeping, living and dressing areas are cleverly arranged over 335 – 513 square feet. Fresh fruit is replenished daily, and you’ll find your marble-topped bath and shower room plentifully stocked with Penhaligons toiletries and soft terry robes and slippers.

Personalised stationery, board games and a DVD player are available on request from your steward and the pillow concierge menu – offering a choice of pillows – makes sure your slumbers are sublime. Away from your suite, you have exclusive access to private deck areas, the elegant Grills Lounge and beautiful Princess Grill restaurant. Here you may dine – for breakfast, lunch and dinner – from a spectacular menu, or á la carte. In finer climates, on Queen Victoria or Queen Elizabeth, you might enjoy eating alfresco in The Grills Courtyard.

A concierge service attends to any special requirements you have, on board or ashore. This compliments the attentions of your steward, who makes all the arrangements should you wish to eat in-suite from the Princess Grill menu.

To sum up a cruise in a Princess Grills Suite, one of their regular passengers is best placed to comment: “An oasis of wonderful experiences.”

Deluxe and Premium Balcony

Deluxe Balcony cabins and Premium Balcony cabins include a panoramic hull balcony with loungers and tables. King-size beds may be converted to twins and a dual height coffee table may be used for in-room dining. The sitting area features a sofa and there is ample wardrobe space and bathroom with shower. Guests can choose from an early or late sitting at the Britannia restaurant.

Ocean View Staterooms

Ocean view rooms include: a turndown service, early or late sitting at the Britannia restaurant, 24-hour room service, a bathrobe and slippers.

A satellite TV with multi-language film and music channels is available in each room. Further features include: a refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, half a bottle of Bon Voyage wine, direct-dial telephone and daily shipboard newspaper.

Inside Staterooms

As Cunard’s most basic rooms, inside staterooms include a turndown service and early or late sitting at the Britannia restaurant. 24-hour room service is available, with bathrobe and slippers.

A satellite TV with multi-language film and music channels is provided in each room. Further features include, a refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, half a bottle of Bon Voyage wine and a direct-dial telephone.

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Entertainment

The Royal Court Theatre

Designed in an elegant opera house style, The Royal Court Theatre showcases classic and modern films during the afternoon, with fantastic live comedy, cabaret and theatre performances in the evenings.

Queens Room

The wonderful Queens Room provides the opportunity to foxtrot in the largest ballroom at sea. There is no better place to hone your dancing skills than under the dramatic high ceiling with its beautiful crystal chandeliers.

Hemispheres

By day admire the expansive panoramic views that stretch from horizon to horizon, and by night dance to the beat of the big band and DJ. All set under the splendid glass-domed roof of this stunning contemporary nightclub.

Empire Casino

This elegant casino will set your heart racing as you spin the roulette wheel, play the slots or try your hand at black jack. If you are not sure how to play then the casino also offers complimentary gaming lessons.

Galleries

Art connoisseurs can enjoy a choice of three galleries. Cladendon Fine Art features original artwork and lithographs by 20th and 21st century artists. Cunardia and Cunarder’s Gallery each focus on artefacts from past Cunard lines, black and white photography of famous faces and stories of those who have travelled with Cunard over the years.

Shopping

The ship features a variety of shops for those who enjoy a spot of retail therapy. Passengers can find designer brands in the Royal Arcade boutiques, pick up souvenir photographs in the Image Photo Gallery, or check out the nautical literature and memorabilia in the bookshop.

Commodore Club

Located on deck 10 at the front of the ship, the Commodore Club provides magnificent views across the ocean or your delightful port of call for that day. Sink into leather chairs or sofas and relax whilst enjoying a delicious martini, cocktail or whatever takes your fancy. During the day this is a perfect location to watch the world go by, in the evening listen to the mellow sounds of a pianist or singer whilst enjoying a pre- or post-dinner drink.

Cafe Carinthia

Located in a central position on Deck 2, overlooking the Grand Lobby, Cafe Carinthia is the perfect place to sit and relax watching the world go by. Sip specialty teas and coffees with an accompaniment of delicious pastries.

Champagne Bar

In the Veuve Cliquot Champagne Bar on deck 2, guests may choose from an extensive range of Veuve Cliquot Champagnes, served by the bottle or in Waterford Crystal flutes accompanied by your choice of fine canapés.

The Golden Lion Pub

A Cunard favourite, choose from a wide selection of beer, cider and wine to compliment the delicious gastro pub style menus in a comfortable, traditional setting. Enjoy all the British pub essentials such as quizzes, live music and screens to show your favourite sporting events.

Churchill's Cigar Lounge

Churchill's Cigar Lounge is located on deck 10.

Winter Garden

The Winter Garden is the grand conservatory filled with greenery, offering views across the horizon in almost every direction. 

Enrichment

Cunard Insights

Explore a number of historical and contemporary issues presented by a wide range of speakers including explorers, academics, former ambassadors and politicians, historians and scientists, novelists, biographers and award winning actors and film makers.

Cunard ConneXions

Cunard ConneXions offers a programme of activities all day every day from watercolour to computer lessons, wine tasting to ballroom dancing as well as bridge and board games.

Book Club

The Cunard Book Club offers the opportunity for thought-provoking literary discussions among guests during each voyage. It is led by the Librarian who will provide a short history of the author and lead the discussion.

Health & Fitness

Royal Spa

The Royal Spa, takes you on a blissful journey of relaxation, thanks to its range of innovative and indulgent treatments, massages and fitness services. From massages and body scrubs, manicures and pedicures to colour, cut and styling options in the hairdressers. A range of saunas, hot tubs, therapy pools and thermal suites are also available.

Fitness Centre

Passengers who wish to stay active can make use of the fully equipped gymnasium. As well as state of the art gym equipment, the centre also offers classes, including yoga, pilates, aerobics and spinning.

Swimming Pools

In warm weather, deck 9 is the place to be with a choice of two inviting swimming pools, The Pavilion and The Lido, as well as four whirlpools.

Sports

The ship also offers a wide variety of sports facilities for passengers who want to stay active during their cruise. These fantastic facilities include, basketball courts, paddle tennis courts & a golf simulator.

Games Deck

When the warm weather entices you onto the spacious Games Deck you’ll notice a definite English country garden ambience, with the gentle clunk of croquet balls in the welcome shade of its canopy. The games on offer include traditional cruise favourites such as shuffle-board, bowls, quoits, and paddle tennis, with occasional tournaments also taking place.

Queen Victoria maintains Cunard’s proud culinary traditions, with three main restaurants and the elegant new Verandah Restaurant. All offering delicious menus created by Cunard’s Global Culinary Ambassador, Jean-Marie Zimmermann.

There’s also a host of alternative dining options from the relaxed Lido Buffet and Golden Lion Pub, through to a variety of tempting global cuisines.

Queen's Grill

Experience: complimentary

Food: fine

The Queen’s Grill is a luxurious, fine-dining venue reserved exclusively for Queens Grill Suite passengers. The elegant restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an a la carte menu also available.

Princess Grill

Experience: complimentary

Food: fine

The Princess Grill offers an intimate, fine dining experience, reserved exclusively for Princess Grill Suite passengers. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an a la cart menu is also available.

Britannia & Britannia Club Restaurant

Experience: complimentary

Food: fine

Make a dramatic entrance down the grand staircase into the elegant Britannia two tier dining room and revel in the sumptuous menus and perfectly attentive service. Choose between an early or late sitting or book a Britannia Club Balcony stateroom and enjoy single-seating dining in the intimate Britannia Club restaurant.

The Verandah

Experience: cover

Food: french

The Verandah is Queen Elizabeth’s formal alternative dining venue and is your invitation to savour contemporary French cuisine that uses traditional ingredients sourced directly from France.

The Lido Restaurant

Experience: cover

Food: regional

Should you prefer a club sandwich or a light bite in the afternoon head for the Lido restaurant where buffet dining is available throughout the day. By evening it transforms into one of Cunard’s regional venues: Asado is a South American Grill; Jasmine serves up exquisite Asian cuisine; while Aztec tempts you with interpretations of Mexican classics.

Golden Lion Pub

Experience: cover

Food: british

The Golden Lion is an authentic British pub with a great selection of beer and cider. This is complemented by a traditional pub lunch menu with favourites such as cottage pie and fish and chips

Night Nursery

Open between 6pm – 11pm, the Night Nursery operates on a first come, first served basis. Providing trained childcare for 12-23 month olds, parents and grandparents can drop their little ones off and enjoy an evening to themselves.

Play Zone

Designed for 2-7s, Play Zone provides a supervised play area for some of Cunard’s youngest passengers. The club features arts and crafts, books, puzzles, toys and computer games.

Kids Zone

A supervised play area for 8-12s, Kids Zone provides games, consoles, activities, arts and crafts for kids to enjoy, along with sports competitions and scavenger hunts.

Teen Zone

The Teen Zone is a club for the 13-17 year olds. Activities will include table tennis tournaments, team games and deck sports throughout the day, with pizza parties, discos, quizzes and bingo during the evenings.

Special Dietary Requirements

The ship can cater for the following dietary requirements on request: vegetarian, low /no fat low salt /no salt, lactose intolerant , dairy free, gluten free, wheat free, low cholesterol, diabetic, kosher and vegan. Passengers requiring any of the above diets should notify the Customer Contact Centre prior to sailing.

Dress Code

During the day casual shirts, shorts, trousers and beachwear are ideal. The main restaurants require a casual dress code for breakfast and lunch, however you may wear shorts in either the Kings Court (Queen Mary 2) or Lido Restaurant (Queen Victoria & Queen Elizabeth).
Evenings are split into two different dress codes. As a guide, these are: Formal evening wear consisting of an evening or cocktail dress or smart trouser suit for ladies, a tuxedo, dinner jacket or dark suit for men. Passengers may wear formal national dress or military uniform if they wish.
Informal evenings would consist of a required jacket and optional tie for gentlemen, whilst ladies should wear cocktail dresses, stylish separates or equivalent.

Disabled Facilites

Fully accessible adapted cabins are available onboard the ship and some suites are also suitable for wheelchair users as the cabin door is wider and the bathroom offers a larger floor space. Assisted embarkation and disembarkation is available at some ports.
Passengers who have a disability which might mean that they require additional assistance, in particular in an emergency situation, must inform the Customer Contact Centre at the time of booking.

Smoking & E-cigarette Policy

There are dedicated areas on the ship where passengers are permitted to smoke. Smoking is not permitted in any public room, inside your cabin or on your cabin balcony (with the exception of Churchill’s Cigar Lounge, which is reserved for cigar and pipe smokers only).
Electronic cigarettes, including those which do not emit smoke, are not permitted in public areas but can be used in staterooms, balconies and designated areas of the open deck.

Age Restrictions

Children older than six months may travel, however Transatlantic crossings have a minimum age requirement of 12 months. Guests under 16 years of age must be accompanied in the stateroom by a guest who is 16 years of age or older.
As with UK laws, the age limit for purchase and consumption of alcohol on board is 18 years of age, however, when in US waters, the age limit increases to 21.

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