• The Queen Mary Long Beach


Queen Mary Long Beach

Queen Mary Long Beach

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World-famous ocean liner now operating as a historic hotel

Step aboard this world-famous ocean liner and experience the glitz and glamour of the 1930’s without having to leave Long Beach. Now permanently stationary, the Queen Mary is a true maritime icon and opens its doors for guests wishing to relive the ship’s glory days. Enjoy unique accommodations and elegant attractions as you explore the Art-Deco hallways and dining halls of this national treasure. Atmospheric shopping, exquisite dining and much more is waiting to be discovered onboard.

  • Enjoy a guided tour
  • The iconic Queen Mary ship
  • Several exciting museums
  • Queen Mary Spa and fitness centre
  • Nine food and drink experiences
  • Experience the grandeur and Art Deco elegance

Hotel Features

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  • 314 rooms
  • Transfer duration: 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
  • Minimum age: 21

Board Basis Options

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Location Highlights

Queen Mary Long Beach

  • 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
7574 Reviews 73% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2732
  • Very Good 2689
  • Average 1227
  • Poor 500
  • Terrible 426

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Jun 17, 2019

A quirky slice of history but beware the hidden fees

Ahoy there! We tried to check in on the Queen Mary at 4pm (the time given on their website) but were told our rooms were not yet ready and they didn't know when they would be. We were promised a call but never got one. When we did finally receive our keys, rooms were in what appear to be their original authentic state (over 80 years old), so don't expect comfort or luxury here: • Walls disturbingly thin, meaning you'll hear everything next door. • Old, stained carpets • Shower height very low & not adjustable (about chest height for someone 6' tall) so all but the shortest of seafarers should expect to struggle. • Not all rooms have windows and the ones that do cannot all be closed, so your room will probably be either too cold or too stuffy. The extortionate prices on board this "hotel" will surely leave you with a sinking feeling; $15 for a tiny pizza from the observation bar and the same for a sandwich, tea and small pastry from the midship cafe should give you an idea. But that's nothing compared to the shipwreck that awaits you on checkout, where you'll be lashed by a cruel $18/night "facilities fee" whether or not you used any facilities, such as the gym (if you see it, you won't). From the height of luxury to the depths of despair, the QM has become more of a boat-hell than a hotel, and is today best visited as a museum rather than a place to stay. The hotel Maya just down the shore looks like a much better bet for accommodation in this area. In summary, a nautical nightmare that left me feeling thoroughly seasick. Visit but don't lodge. 2/5.
Jun 17, 2019

Lovely time on the Atlantic

For a reasonable price we sailed in luxury. Excellent service in the Britannia restaurant. The SpaPass well worth the money. Entertainment well done. WiFi worked well. Just love walking the deck daily. The inside cabin was fine - quiet, roomy, and well-appointed Uninspired food in the King’s Court buffet.
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