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.
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.
The Queen Elizabeth Grills Terrace is reserved exclusively for guests staying in Grills guests. It has enhanced amenities and services.