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Queen Elizabeth 2 - QE2 (Retired) Cabins

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Queen Elizabeth 2 - QE2 (Retired) Cabins

There is probably more variation within and between cabin grades on QE2 than any other ship afloat. Spaces that are tolerable for an Atlantic crossing do not necessarily work for an extended cruise.

QE2 has some of the smallest (and some of the largest) cabins afloat. Mauretania cabins range from tiny inside singles to small inside and outside doubles (87 to 121 square ft.). All have en suite facilities with showers, plus a television, telephone, small closet and hair dryer. Caronia cabins are larger, and all are outside (150 to 195 square ft.). Some of these cabins have bathtubs in addition to showers, refrigerators and safes. Stepping up to Princess and Britannia Grill cabins, passengers will find more amenities: bathrobes and slippers, fresh fruit basket, chilled sparkling wine and strawberries upon embarkation. These cabins are roomier still (241 square ft.) and have a walk-in closet in addition to a regular closet. Queen's Grill staterooms can be as large as 1,184 square ft. and these are wonderful spaces, with paneled walls, sitting areas with a sofa and chair, and huge bathrooms.

Only the penthouse cabins have balconies; they are also equipped for computer connection and feature butler service. At the top of the ship are the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth suites, duplexes with stunning views over the bow.


Queen Elizabeth 2 - QE2 (Retired) Cabin Reviews
 

 
 
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Crew: 921
Launched: 1969
Decks: 13
Tonnage: 70,327
Passengers: 1,791
Registry: England
CDC Score: 95
 
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