Queen Elizabeth Tips

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raeubank says ...
Feb 07, 2017

If you are doing a Panama Canal Full Transit, book a cabin as far forward as you can on deck 6. The doors, normally closed to guests, are opened for the entire transit. You have a panoramic view of the Canal just steps away from your cabin. Also, this area is far less crowded than the main deck.

meerakrishnan says ...
Dec 22, 2016

Room locale improves the enjoyment quotient !

Cruiser12937104 says ...
Dec 06, 2016

Request a stateroom midship near the "B" staircase which minimizes the walking

Cruiser59077809 says ...
Dec 05, 2016

Remember when purchasing drinks onboard to add on a further 15% service charge as this makes quite a difference to your overall bill. Take your camera - its a gorgeous ship.

AnnaYip says ...
Sep 16, 2014

The food at Lido is always surprisingly bountiful and excellent. Use the Launderettes so that you need not bring too many clothings. Check the purchase tax before you make any purchase. Make sure you exercise on the ship.

Bazza21 says ...
Nov 10, 2017

Always have dinner in the main restaurant, and for ease have breakfast and lunch in the buffet restaurant - we did.

Ecraft66 says ...
Jul 17, 2017

Take the lefts to the 9th deck or the 3rd deck for walking from bow to stern so that you have beautiful common areas to traverse rather than narrow cabin hallways. ALWAYS go up to deck 9 or 10 for the sail away. It's the most exciting part of the cruise experience.

jenfoo77 says ...
Apr 09, 2017

Suitable for one who simply want to have a quiet holiday.....

GarethMorgan says ...
Nov 08, 2015

Do not attempt to use the ships appalling Wi-Fi connection if you value your sanity. Also avoid buying any "extras", they do not represent value for money.

Ami says ...
Oct 17, 2014

Don't sail the Queen Elizabeth expecting total luxury - it is basically a mid-value cruise ship. I guess the Grill Suites were luxurious, but we were definitely excluded. Missed the turn down surprises and fruit carving brunch on last day at sea.

LifeInCamelot says ...
Apr 20, 2014

We actually travelled on 2 sectors of the World Cruise - 42 nights - and apart from an incident with a mentally ill relative the trip was marvellous. We met people we had travelled with on Cunard previously and met new friends who happen to live close by in Australia, with whom we keep in touch.

geewhiz says ...
Dec 31, 2013

If you are from U.K., you will love this Ship.

brownbrown says ...
Nov 17, 2013

don't sail on this ship for fun / excitement. Never go out of season.

Orlandoflorida says ...
Sep 28, 2013

take a balcony room

Elegantcruiser says ...
Aug 26, 2013

If you can afford it the Grills experience is wonderful. I was made to feel like royalty.

Elegantcruiser says ...
Aug 26, 2013

If you can afford it the Grills experience is wonderful. I was made to feel like royalty.


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