The MS Queen Elizabeth is a large cruise ship that embraces Cunard's British heritage. This Queen Elizabeth review explains what makes it unique.
The Queen Elizabeth Balcony & Club Balcony rooms are modest in size, but they are bright and elegant. The Club cabins have bigger balconies.
There are five Queen Elizabeth restaurants to choose from including a multi-level main restaurant, an up-market Steakhouse and an English-style pub.
The Queen Elizabeth bars and nightlife have something for everyone, including the iconic Commodore Club and the West End-style Royal Court Theatre.
Queen Elizabeth has a great range of wellness options. There are two Queen Elizabeth pools, a gym and a luxurious spa with a range of relaxing treatments.
Learn about the Cunard beverage packages, including non-alcoholic packages and those offering alcohol by the glass, as well as wine by the bottle packages.
The Queen Elizabeth Queen's Grill is Cunard’s first-class offering. It has pluses and minuses, as this luxury cruise review explains.
The Queen Elizabeth Queen’s Suite is like a junior suite in a hotel. It includes butler service, but it may not meet the expectations of all luxury cruisers.
The Queen Elizabeth Queen's Grill Restaurant is a culinary delight. This review rates it and the other dining options for Queen's Grill guests.
Queen Elizabeth has a good selection of bars and lounges, however only the Grills Lounge is reserved especially for Grills guests.