By Published On: 27 Apr 2022

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Reimagined staterooms and suites on board the new-build Queen Anne have been revealed by Cunard Line. The highly anticipated announcement sees the luxury cruise line raise the bar across all its accommodation categories.

“As we step into the next chapter of Cunard’s storied history, Queen Anne provides a platform to evolve the future of the brand and bring reimagined Cunard signature experiences… appealing to both our existing loyal guests and those sailing with us for the first time.”

Matt Gleaves, Cunard VP, Commercial – North America and Australasia.
The living room in a Master Suite on Queen Anne (rendering).
The living room in a Master Suite on Queen Anne (rendering).

The luxurious suites and popular Britannia Balcony Staterooms will all take on a bold, modern decor. The accommodation designs are influenced by Cunard’s unique heritage. Indeed, the design teams immersed themselves in the Cunard Archives in Liverpool, U.K. They took inspiration from iconic poster advertisements, brochure covers and the line’s famous deco vessels. 

So it goes without saying that the design of Queen Anne is an evolution, rather than being a revolutionary break from the past.

Grand and Master Suites

These top-of-the-range suites will be luxe apartments at sea. Both stylish and spacious, they will be ideal for entertaining friends on board. 

Grand and Master Suites will boast a deco decor in subtle shades of green, purple, taupe and grey. There will also be dark wood and marble highlights.

Grand Suites will have direct access to an oversized balcony (rendering).
Grand Suites will have direct access to an oversized balcony (rendering).
The marble bathroom of a Grand Suite on Queen Anne (rendering).
The marble bathroom of a Grand Suite on Queen Anne (rendering).

It’s worth noting that each of these six suites will be named after an iconic waterway significant to Cunard’s history including Mersey, Solent, Boston, Hudson, Halifax and Clyde. 

Queens Grill on Queen Anne

Queens Grill (first class on Cunard) will evolve with a bold, art deco design. The cruise line tell us there will be luxurious materials in deep shades of purple and dark wood. It is sure to create a sense of refined relaxation and refinement.

Spacious Queens Suites will be a haven of tranquility on Queens Anne (rendering).
Spacious Queens Suites will be a haven of tranquility on Queen Anne (rendering).

Queens Grill guests are sure to appreciate the new suite designs with their clean lines and artisan inspired furnishings.

Princess Grill suites

The cruise line tell us the luxurious Princess Grill suites will have a decor in Cunard red with gold tones and warm wooden furnishings. More details about the decor of Princess Grill suites is to come.

Britannia Club Staterooms

The Britannia Club Staterooms can be likened to premium economy, offering an enhanced level of comfort and service. Indeed, the 162 Club staterooms all have balconies. Not to mention paper-cut frame artwork as well as bespoke bedside lights and in-built USB ports.

The Britannia Club Restaurant on Queen Anne (rendering).
The Britannia Club Restaurant on Queen Anne (rendering).

In addition, guests staying in Club staterooms have exclusive access to their own dining room – the Britannia Club Restaurant. Positioned midship next to the Grand Lobby, the restaurant has breath-taking panoramic ocean views. Just like in Queens Grill, Britannia Club guests will have their own dedicated table, reserved exclusively for the duration of their voyage.

Britannia Balcony Staterooms

Most guests on Queen Anne will stay in a Britannia Balcony Stateroom. These rooms will have a deco-inspired modern decor, with deep blue highlights and splashes of gold. There will also be a new writing desk and mini bar setup, something sure to be please Cunard regulars.

The new decor of a Britannia Balcony Stateroom on Queen Anne (rendering).
The new decor of a Britannia Balcony Stateroom on Queen Anne (rendering).

For more information about Queen Anne rooms and suites visit the Cunard website.

About the Author: Jason Kerr

Jason is the founder and Managing Editor of The Luxury Cruise Review. He has a passion for travel, a weakness for espresso coffee and a love of Greek cuisine.

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