The Cunard Queen Victoria is known for being a highly sophisticated and elegant member of Cunard’s fleet. Despite the traditional ambience and atmosphere her facilities are highly modernised and provide ample entertainment for those spending their days onboard.
Queen Victoria has an array of gourmet restaurants and eateries on offer for guests, with dishes ranging from healthy and light to hearty and haute cuisine. Alongside the Cunard favourites (The Queens Grill, Princess Grill and Britannia Restaurants), Queen Victoria has a series of more casual options for those looking for a relaxed dining experience.
The Lido Restaurant works to a theme, offering dishes from Italian to cheese fondue, depending on the night. A slightly more sophisticated option, though still relaxed, is the Verandah Restaurant, a new dining option which offers contemporary French cuisine designed by Culinary Ambassador Jean Marie Zimmermann.
Whether stopping in for a glance at the game (displayed on wide-screen TV's as in any authentic British pub) or a hearty meal of traditional pub grub such as fish and chips or cottage pie, The Golden Lion is British to its heart and certain to impress.
Cunards Queen Victoria Commodore Club is beautifully decorated in the themes of the past and looks over the bow of the ship, making it a delightful spot to stop and sip a martini or aperitif at the end of the day.
The Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar is ideal for stopping in to celebrate a special event – say, for example, an enjoyable day at sea! – while the Chart Room is ideal for a pre or post dinner drink, where relaxed conversation is serenaded by the background sounds of jazz or classical music played by the resident band.
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The Hemisphere nightclub has incredible, expansive panoramic views across the waves, with a glass domed roof allowing you to dance the night away as the big band or resident DJ plays.
Queen Victoria’s extensive and beautifully decorated ballroom, The Queens Room, is the very heart of the ship. Complete with crystal chandeliers and a dance floor, it is the home to the Royal Nights Themed Balls – perfect for breaking out your ball gown or tuxedo for a spot of ballroom dancing.
Here too, fencing lessons take place during the day while the famous Afternoon Tea is a delight to behold in the ballroom, accompanied of course by a delightful string quartet.
The Royal Court Theatre rises through three decks of the Queen Victoria cruise ship, and offers the first private boxes at sea from which to enjoy the show – be it a feature film, musical or tragedy.
Cunard offer a series of educational lectures and talks on board all their ships, and Queen Victoria is no different. Alongside guest speakers ranging from explorers to politicians, winemakers from across the world hold educational talks and tastings for guests to take part in.
Enjoy a novel from the ships library, or relax in the Royal Spa, one of the ships whirlpools, or with a dunk in one of Queen Victoria’s two swimming pools.