The Cunard Queen Elizabeth is a luxury ship which was named by Her Majesty the Queen in 2010. With a host of eateries, bars, lounges and entertainment to choose from, the Queen Elizabeth epitomizes comfort and luxury cruising with a modern twist.
Queen Elizabeth has no fewer than four restaurants as well as a series of lounges, clubs and bars ideal for nibbles, dining and post- or pre dinner drinks.
The Queens Grill restaurant is world renowned for scrumptious gourmet meals in a beautiful formal setting. Dinner is served here between 18:30 and 21:00, and those guests staying in the Queens Grill Suites are reserved a table.
Serving dinner at the same time, the Princess Grill restaurant is the Queen’s little sister, offering intimate dining in a sophisticated area. Here too, al fresco dining may be an option when the Queen Elizabeth is visiting some of the world’s warmer climes.
Those looking for a more casual surrounding will delight in the pub-grub found in the Golden Lion Pub. True to the traditional British pub, quizzes, television screens and live music can also be found here.
Meet for an evening drink with old friends or new in the Commodore Club, where the resident pianist or singer will lull you into complete relaxation, or take a spin on the dance floor in the Yacht Club, where the nautically themed dance floor is certain to delight.
The Garden Lounge is a bright and airy stop off, perfect for relaxing with a book, catching up with friends or merely watching the world go by. Evening time often sees the arrival of a ‘Supper Club’, where live music and dancing beneath the starry sky takes over once the dining is finished.
Café Carinthia is the perfect stop for a quick elevenses or mid-afternoon snack: overlooking the Grand Lobby, it is ideal for people watching while sipping one of a range of delicious speciality teas and coffees.
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The Queen Elizabeth cruise ship is well equipped for those long days at sea, with dozens of activities waiting to be explored. Escape from it all with one of the 6,000 books available in the ships library, or delight in a game of croquet on the Game Deck.
The book shop specialises in nautically-themed books and other memorabilia to remind you of where you’ve been. The Promenade pool (located on the Promenade Deck) not only offers deliciously warm waters for swimming in, but a live band situated beside it, which creates an atmosphere like no other.
The Royal Spa offers indulgent treatments for those on a pampering mission, while the ship’s gym is fully equipped and works alongside a series of fitness classes from yoga to spinning.
Designer boutiques take pride of place on deck 3, ideal for those with a hankering to shop, while the Image Photo Gallery offers photos of you and your loved ones to purchase and remember your trip forever more. The Clarendon Fine Art Gallery has a reputation for exceptional artists of both British and international fame.