Queen Elizabeth 2 (RETIRED) Cruise Review to World Cruise

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2 out of 5

the QE2 needs to retired!

Sail Date: January 01, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Room Type: Inside

Overall the ship is best for those on the top floors who spend little time in either cabins or public spaces. The lower level cabins are postage stamp size and many do not even have room for a chair. Especially avoid this ship if you are going on a longer cruise and aren't an expensive stateroom. The crew, however, were wonderful. They were very professional, gracious, and personable. They were quick to respond when things, such as sudden water pouring from the ceiling, occured. The itinerary was the best.

Pros: the size- 15-1600 passengers is a good size

Cons: The ship is falling apart and is downright shabby. If you aren't a smoker avoid this ship. Smoking takes place on both sides of the ship and at night the upper floor is awful.

Recommends Queen Elizabeth 2 (RETIRED)? No.



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