Queen Mary 2 Review
About This Ship
Cabins: An impressive 78% of accommodations are outside cabins, and more than 86% of these have private balconies. There are fewer than 300 inside cabins, including a few with an atrium view. All are designed with ample closet, drawer/shelf storage, and bathroom shelves. Private balconies are furnished with chairs, loungers, and tables. Duplex apartment and suite luxuries vary, but most have a whirlpool tub, dressing area, entertainment center, and dining area, and all have private balconies. In addition, duplex apartments and most suites feature guest powder rooms and whirlpool tubs; some have his-and-hers dressing rooms.
Amenities: A small refrigerator, personal safe, hair dryer, broadband hookup, interactive TV, and seating area with sofa or chairs and dual-height table are standard amenities. Toiletries, slippers, and bathrobes for use during the cruise are also standard.
Accessibility: Thirty cabins are wheelchair accessible.
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