QUEEN ELIZABETH is our newest luxury ocean liner, named in October 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance echoes that legendary age and enhances her modern allure.
The harmony of classic and contemporary strikes an elegant chord throughout this magnificent ship. Images and features from her predecessors, Queen Elizabeth and QE2, sit comfortably alongside her modern charm.
Within Queen Elizabeth' s sleek lines, the lavishness of eras past meets the thrilling future of ocean travel. Welcome, then, to the next elegant chapter in Cunard history.
Daily Fresh Fruit (on request)
Half bottle of sparkling wine at embarkation
24 hr room service
Satellite TV with multi language film and music channels
Direct Dial Phone
Soft Terry Robes and Slippers
Nightly turn down service and pillow chocolate
Daily Ship Board Newspaper
220V 3 pin and 110V 2 pin sockets
Wi Fi access
Ship Profile & Stats
In service since: October 2010
Speed: 21.7 kts
Ship Registration: Great Britain
Passenger Capacity: 2092
Nationality of Dining Staff: International
Onboard Currency: USD
The Golden Lion*
The Lido Restaurants*
Royal Court Theatre
Country House 'Soirees'
Cunard Classic Film Club
Cunard Royal Spa and Fitness Centre
The Garden Lounge
The Royal Arcade
Onboard Cunard you have many choices when it comes to dining.
Single Seating dining is available, which means guests can choose to dine anytime between 7 and 9pm. On QM2 and QE2, the Britannia and Mauretania restaurants respectively offer a choice of an early or a late sitting for dinner. All other restaurants are single seating dining.
On both QM2 and QE2, your accommodation is paired with a specific restaurant for your formal dining arrangements.
All ships offer alternative dining options: Kings Court & Todd English Restaurant on QM2 and the Lido on QE2.
One of the great thrills of a Cunard cruise is the sheer glamour of the evenings. Generally, evening dress may be either formal or informal when your ship is at sea, and informal or casual when your ship is in port. Evening attire, effective from 6pm, will be specified in your ship' s Daily Programme, delivered to your stateroom each day. Dress codes are defined as follows:
FORMAL: Tuxedo (or formal dark suit) for men. Evening gown or other formal attire for women.
INFORMAL: Jacket and tie for men. Cocktail dress, dressy trouser suit or similar for women.
CASUAL: For men, slacks and a sweater or shirt. For women, skirt or slacks with a sweater or blouse. A range of formal wear is available to hire on board ship.
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Gratuities are not included in the cruise fares. A suggested per person daily amount will be charged to your shipboard account and distributed to your cabin steward, dining room waiter and other personnel. For bar and salon services, a 15% gratuity is automatically added to all charges for your convenience.