• The Queen Mary Long Beach

Queen Mary Long Beach

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.

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Hotel highlights

  • Enjoy a guided tour
  • The iconic Queen Mary ship

Hotel Features

General Information

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

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Queen Mary Long Beach

  • 30 mins from Los Angeles International Airport.
7675 Reviews 73% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2762
  • Very Good 2716
  • Average 1241
  • Poor 514
  • Terrible 442

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Sep 22, 2019


Stuart, Virginia

Visited the Queen Mary in 1983, returned to spent the night. Rated the ship/hotel 5 based on its uniqueness. It is many years, many miles old with a interesting past. The ships historic value adds much to walking the decks. We walked on our own both daylight and dark. Long Beach night views very nice. Room would be fine on a current ship. Decks far more open than current ships.
Sep 21, 2019

Nice boat

Bergen, Norway

We visited the boat and it was very nice. We bought tickets to 30$ each and could walk by our selves. I liked that. They do also have an ancient bar and it is possible to sit outside. The should noe prepare the ship for Hallloween, but unfortunally we missed that.
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