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Queen Mary Hotel

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Based on 4868 reviews
This Legendary 1930s luxury Cruise Ship has been a Long Beach fixture since 1967, and has since become one of the areas prized attractions. Experience
Style: Famous 1930`s Luxury Cruise Ship
Room & Rates

Deluxe King Room

  • One King Bed
  • Window in Room
  • Hair dryer
  • Satellite Television
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • iPod Docking Clock Radios
  • Pillow Top Perfect Sleeper Serta Mattresses
  • 32`` LCDHD Flat Panel TVs
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Deluxe Twin Room

  • Two Twin Beds 
  • Window in Room
  • Hair dryer
  • Satellite Television
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • iPod Docking Clock Radios
  • Pillow Top Perfect Sleeper Serta Mattresses
  • 32`` LCDHD Flat Panel TVs
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Inside King Room

  • One King Bed
  • Interior Cabin
  • Hair dryer
  • Satellite Television
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • iPod Docking Clock Radios
  • Pillow Top Perfect Sleeper Serta Mattresses
  • 32`` LCDHD Flat Panel TVs
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Inside Twin Room

  • Inside Cabin
  • Two Twin Beds
  • Hair dryer
  • Satellite Television
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • iPod Docking Clock Radios
  • Pillow Top Perfect Sleeper Serta Mattresses
  • 32`` LCDHD Flat Panel TVs
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Queen Mary Hotel
1126 Queens Hwy , Long Beach, CA US 90802

Location

Now permanently docked in Long Beach, minutes from Downtown Long Beach and the Long Beach Aquarium, the Queen Mary Hotel is conveniently located just 5 miles from Long Beach Airport and 17 miles from Los Angeles International Airport.

Why Stay Here

  • Located on the Original 1930s Queen Mary
  • Self-Guided Tours
  • Boutiques and Shops
  • Award Winning Restaurants
  • Fitness Rooms
  • The Queen Mary Spa
  • Business Center
  • Non-Smoking

Resort Details

This Legendary 1930s luxury Cruise Ship has been a Long Beach fixture since 1967, and has since become one of the areas prized attractions. Experience the past; with beautifully refurbished Art Deco decor and Guided Ship Tours, while not giving up the luxuries of the present; Award Winning Restaurants, Full Service Spa, Observation Bar and so much more. This is truly a one of a kind gem!

Accommodation Details

  • Spacious Rooms
  • Authentic Art Deco Decor
  • Original Rich Wood Paneling
  • Original art work
  • 32” LCD flat screen TV with Satellite and Pay-Per-View movies
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Relaxing Green Tea & Willow Archive products
  • Pillow Top Serta Mattresses
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron/Ironing Board

Restaurants, Lounges & Bars

  • Sir Winston`s - An elegant dining experience specializing in California and Continental cuisine, this restaurant is open daily
  • The Chelsea - Guests feast on seafood delicacies in a casually elegant atmosphere. Reservations are required
  • The Promenade Cafe - Serves lighter snacks and casual meals like pasta dishes and burgers
  • Observation Bar - Bar/Lounge serving cocktails and featuring Art Deco Decor
  • The Grand Salon - The ship`s original First-Class Dining Room, is an elegant setting for the most spectacular Sunday Brunch in Southern California. Served buffet-style, the Champagne Sunday Brunch offers food from around the globe with more than 50 world-class entrees. Culinary stations include a Carving and Entree Station - with a selection of cooked meats, an Asian Station, a Pasta Station, Mexican Station, featuring foods from south of the border and a Dessert Station. Additional selections include breakfast favorites, a salad bar, and fresh seafood. There is even a special buffet island just for children.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

There is a $14.95 Facility fee per night that will be collected by the hotel upon departure.

The Fee includes:

  • Self-Guided Tour
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Local Calls
  • Domestic Long Distance Calls Up to 30 Minutes
  • Use of Fitness Center

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • ATM Machine
  • Banquet Facility
  • Business Center (+)
  • Cafe
  • Concierge Desk
  • Conference Rooms (+)
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Express Check-Out
  • Fitness Facility
  • Gift Shop on Property
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Massage Therapist
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Parking (Fee)
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service (+)
  • Safe Deposit at Front Desk
  • Security Guard
  • Shopping
  • Spa Services (+)
  • Valet Parking (+)
  • Wedding Services (+)
  • Wireless Internet Access
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 4868 reviews
from Kendal, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-05-2016
Stayed here for the final 3 nights of our tour. This was a step back to a bygone age. The rooms were as they were when it was a cruise ship although they now had king size beds. The room was comfortable although a bit on the cool side and our thermostat didn't seem to work properly. Bathroom was small but adequate.
from Massapequa, New York
Submitted on 25-05-2016
We visited as a tour, but did not rent a room, staying in Anaheim to be more centrally located for all we wanted to do in twelve days. There are several different tours to take. We went with an historical tour, with our guide being an enthusiastic "James." The primary attraction to the Grey Ghost, its wartime moniker, is as a hotel, with three really good restaurants. I would have given it a fifth star but the headphones didn't always work, and some of the stops on the self guided tour we... Read more
from Brighton, United Kingdom
Submitted on 25-05-2016
My friend and I recently spent 4 nights on the Queen Mary, prior to our Alaskan Cruise. Although we were not impressed with the restaurant or cafeteria, we did think the stateroom exceeded our expectations. The pillows on the beds were extremely comfortable and we would appreciate learning the name/make of these pillows. The tour of the ship was also particularly interesting and enjoyable. We would recommend a stay on the Queen Mary.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 25-05-2016
We have visited The Queen Mary numerous times, enjoying the tours, travelling exhibitions, and restaurants, but we've never been guests of the hotel... until this week. We stayed two nights and it was REMARKABLE. The history, the staff, the RELAXATION of staying on board -- all AMAZING. We will never forget and are already planning our next stay... for a week at least!
from Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Submitted on 25-05-2016
If you've ever seen the British sitcom "Fawlty Towers" you know exactly what to expect. Worn out place where the best intentions are not enough to cover up all the shortcomings. We started with a room with two single beds so short that out feet stuck out 30 centimeters and the airco had basically 2 settings : off and northpole. The window could not open, the bedside lights did not work. So we kindly asked to switch rooms with larger beds. Our next room was a inside room with no window and an a... Read more
from
Submitted on 05-06-2016
Personally I prefer the larger USA style rooms, this is small but they have done well on the size they have to play with. Original wood panelling and bathroom - could do with modernisation. But then I am English and I suppose for another nationality the real McCoy is grand. I wish they wouldn't book you into an adjoining room, when next door is a late night loud wedding party couple. When we are on a tour and bed early and up very early. Not impressed at all by 2 Single Baileys in the bar costin... Read more
from
Submitted on 06-06-2016
Very cool spot, foggy when I arrived which added to the mood and setting. The ship is very classy and full of Patina. The room was large and the rustic setting was a trip to remember. Unfortunately, I was there the night and no chance to try any services. I would return... Jeff
from buffalo, ny
Submitted on 06-06-2016
We did a one night stay. It was okay. I know the rooms should look dated, but they are really dated. There was dust on the ceiling. The room just didn't feel clean. Bed was comfy. We toured the ship and had dinner in the restaurant. Menu was limited but food was good. The air conditioning in the room didn't feel like it was hardly on and you can't control it.
from Diamond Bar, California
Submitted on 20-06-2016
At the end of May , my 10 year old son and I stayed overnight on The Queen Mary. We had reserved an inside room but was upgraded to a king bed/port hole room. It was nice having the port holes that actually open to let in some sea breeze. The front desk staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was larger than expected was very clean and had a comfortable bed and a large flat screen television. My son and I spent most of the day touring the ship as there is so much history to appreciate... Read more
from Santa Monica, California
Submitted on 21-06-2016
The room was nice and spacious, but the rug seem old or needed cleaning and the Sofa was so uncomfortable that we couldn't sit on it. The bathroom toilets didn't flush very well. We enjoyed everything else. The Restaurant we eat was okay but not great. Expected more quality on food for the price.
from Long Beach, Calironia
Submitted on 21-06-2016
We stayed overnight for Father's Day and celebrated with kids for the Champagne Brunch. The food choices were excellent and the bubbly kept flowing! It was also a Full Moon - perfect Weekend!! Thank you, Queen Mary for making it memorable.
from Los Angeles, CA
Submitted on 21-06-2016
This was my 3rd stay on the Queen Mary. Once again I enjoyed the relaxing beauty of the ship with ocean breezes and skyline lights. Had a nice tea in theTea Room which was quiet and lovely and explored the ship. Like being very far away but only a short drive for this LA local.
from home again
Submitted on 22-06-2016
It is an easy shuttle bus from LAX, so think of staying here if you have a lay-over. Charming and original but not well maintained so do not expect 5 star. It SHOULD be 5 Star, given the history and original condition it was in, but there is a lack of attention to detail- the bellhops and doormen, and some of the maids, were loud and raucous(unprofessional and lacking dignity). The bed was very comfortable but the bath was dirty. Chipped paint, tears on wallpaper, grout splashed on tiles, Brasso... Read more
from Seaford, England, United Kingdom
Submitted on 29-06-2016
Great 4 nights here with the family at the beginning of our trip and we did enjoy it but we could write an essay on our suggestions. Beware noise travels, our two young Aleut children were virtually next to reception and although we asked about noise and if they could move they found it very noisy esp with 5 wedding parties going on. We were a good five mins walk away and had noise issues with the discos and "noisy neighbours". If you are claustrophobic do not stay or pay for an outside cabin B... Read more
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 03-07-2016
I checked in at the Queen Mary Hotel for my birthday celebration. All I can say is I was amazed by this lovely hotel. Monica who checked us in had a great smile and very professional. She greeted me on my birthday and not just that, but I was given a complimentary upgrade to a Suite and has a lovely view of the ocean. The interior is so beautiful and it felt like I was warped back to 1936. Thank you so much Queen Mary, I will surely, definitely, positively and absolutely stay with you again
from Sycamore, Georgia
Submitted on 04-07-2016
I, along with 3 grandchildren, stayed here for one night and loved it! They enjoyed exploring the ship and learning the history of it. Since we were so tired, we ordered dinner from room service and it was great! Food was excellent and it was delivered less than 30 minutes after we ordered. The room was furnished probably as it was originally. Had period touches along with modern amenities. Grands thought the small square bath tub was unique.
from
Submitted on 04-07-2016
The Queen Mary obviously makes most of its money from events. Hotel customers are limited where they can go and excluded from such events. It also means that you have to put up with staff continually setting up around you for parties you're not invited to. Setting up starts very early and is exceptionally noisy. It's far from the luxury ship it was in its pomp. Suggest you visit or simply take a pic of the magnificent ship from across the harbour, but don't stay.
from CA
Submitted on 04-07-2016
My husband and I thought it would be fun to take our kids to the Queen Mary for 4th of July. Little did we know that in addition to the 50.00 entrance fee, everything else costs money. Sodas were 3.00, hot chocolate 4.00, cotton candy 5.00, and I could go on. Another thing that costs money is chairs. If you are not a VIP member you don't even get chairs to sit on. The workers there will kick you off if you don't have a wrist band. My daughter wanted to see the magic show and after walking... Read more
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 04-07-2016
Loved staying on the Queen Mary. The historic environment was well done. Service was great. Tours and exhibitions very interesting. The two restaurants we ate in were ok - acceptable. Will stay there again.
from
Submitted on 07-07-2016
Staying aboard the Queen Mary was a fun experience and people who love history and/or ghosts will have a good time. Walking the ship at night was lovely. The room itself was fine, a B deck room, comfortable enough. I would definitely stay there again. I do feel that a room with a porthole might have enriched the experience. It was strange after all not having any natural light. One thing that the hotel might consider not charging guests for parking. Maybe they do not make enough parking income ... Read more
from Bellevue, Washington
Submitted on 07-07-2016
What an extraordinary place to visit...This site was not previously on our radar but we are so happy we researched it and gave it a chance. The history and ambience are remarkable. We loved it that our hotel room had so much of it's original charm and d├ęcor. The tours were great and the surrounding area were also fabulous. There is a free shuttle to parts of Long Beach including the Aquarium of the Pacific which we enjoyed. We highly recommend visiting the Queen Mary and staying overnight.
from Barstow, California
Submitted on 08-07-2016
Take the tour! We didn't and even though there was plenty of information about the Queen Mary, there is so much more information we missed out on. My mixed feelings come from the cost. Plan on spending a lot of money to get the full experience. We tried to keep costs down by minimalizing and I feel we cheated ourselves. So now, I find myself needing to spend another large amount to really appreciate the beautiful ship. Christmas or Halloween might be a great time to get the full experience. Go h... Read more
from Hatfield, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 09-07-2016
Having sailed a couple dozen nights on QM2, the visit to the original Queen Mary was disappointing. Ticket sales booth sold more tickets than we had people. Restaurant was so-so. No real tour that showed inside of suites, just walk by. Run by people who don't really car, and what the he4ck was the Princess Diana tour supposed to be - she was never on the ship.
from Whitehouse, Texas
Submitted on 09-07-2016
This is truly a "vintage" hotel. Most rooms are much like they were when the Queen was actually a luxury cruise ship. Staying on board was fun and fulfilled a "bucket list" item..Most of the staff was friendly and courteous. However, I would not recommend this hotel for just a night or nights of stay as you would in a regular hotel. It does not fulfill enough of the needs of a regular hotel. Stay for the ghosts, stay for the uniqueness of it, stay for enjoying vintage. Lots of reasons to s... Read more
from Norwalk, California
Submitted on 12-07-2016
With the help of courteous and friendly staff and fine dining options, you have helped make our 40th anniversary truly something to remember. The Sunday Brunch and the Lite Tea were enjoyable and delicious. There was no shortage of gift ideas in the Promenade shops. Thank you, Dan and Dianne Richards
from Hilo, Hawaii
Submitted on 12-07-2016
Although I had a busy weekend for my Herbalife business with the training conference, I really enjoyed my stay at the Queen Mary. I was able to utilize the self-guided tour with the headphones and that in itself gave wonderful information. Also, the visit to the Princess Diana exhibit is a must see for 'royalty lovers' like myself. I understand that the exhibit will be ending soon, so I wouldn't miss it if I were you. Room service was great and all staff very kind and helpful. A visit to the Q... Read more
from Henderson, Nevada
Submitted on 12-07-2016
Staying aboard the Queen Mary was an awesome experience. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The staff was very friendly. Also included with our stay was a self guided tour of the Queen Mary. We picked up head phones and followed the prompts leading us all around this amazing boat. We also ate breakfast at the Chelsea Chowder House, a little pricey, but delicious. My only complaint was the shower pressure was very minimal and the water was a little on the colder side. So I had to try to ... Read more
from Carlsbad, California
Submitted on 12-07-2016
Permanently moored at the Long Beach Pier, this ocean liner is a piece of history. We stayed in an outside cabin, with two portholes, two beds, desk & armchair. Quite comfy but the A/C was poor and walls were "paper thin". Overall, lots of additional charges, so be prepared!
from Parker, Colorado
Submitted on 12-07-2016
My husband and I really enjoyed touring the ship, visiting the Princess Diana exhibit and staying overnight. However, we do have a few comments. We asked for a fan for our room. It was quite warm the day we stayed on board, and it took us 3 calls to get this taken care of. Also, we had a dripping toilet. This also took 3 calls to get this taken care of. The occupancy wasn't that high on this particular day, so we would have expected more prompt service. Also, immediately upon check-in, ... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 15-07-2016
Don't expect brand new everything in your room, but that is not the point....feel like a 1950's Hollywood star or 1940's era statesperson for a few days, with gorgeous wood paneling and Art Deco touches all around and sea air and seagull calls coming through the porthole. Soak up the sun on the sun deck and promenade on the prom deck, oh and do the tour, visit the massive engine room, A treat not to be missed.
from Doha, Qatar
Submitted on 15-07-2016
We stayed on the haunted queen mary for 2 nights. It was amazing. I visited the queen mary when i was little but i was not prepared the for most fantastic stay. We did the paranormal activity tour in the evening which was beyond freaky and exciting. The ship is well laid out, the restaurants and food offerings are not amazing but the surroundings a fabulous, 1930s opulence. I would recommend the observation deck bar be given a more comfortable overhaul - it feels sterile and has TVs playing ... Read more
from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Submitted on 15-07-2016
interesting and impressive although overpriced especially the parking. Teenagers wouldn't be impressed. Was disappointed that on the day we toured we couldn't see a quarter of the tour because of a photo shoot and it was the most interesting part! Not fair that the price of admission didn't change even though the tour was shortened.
from Knoxville, Tennessee
Submitted on 16-07-2016
I enjoyed the Queen Mary as I was attending a conference there. The room I stayed in was nice, although a little smaller than most large chain hotels and the walls are thin for those that are noise sensitive. However, for me the historic style of the room more than made up for this, and there is a lot more to see on the ship than in a hotel. The engine room was the most interesting. I also liked that there was a convenient free shuttle to downtown Long Beach.
from San Gabriel
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Is like a step on the past. Food is extraordinary. Drinks where great. Audio tour very informative and entertaining. Service was class. Very busy when they have other events. I will return and might stay on the better suite.
from Palmdale, California
Submitted on 19-07-2016
We have been visiting the ship and staying aboard for many years. This is the first time our suite was given away, didn't have an adjoining one with our group for a birthday party. We had to wait over three hours to get our room and the ship did nothing to accommodate us. After contributing to restoration and preservation efforts for decades the front desk was of no help. Why is there no rewards program for frequent visitors and guests. Very disappointed as the ship AND CREW ALWAYS are always so... Read more
from Riverside, California
Submitted on 19-07-2016
I love staying aboard and always enjoy myself. Love the ambiance, love the views. Great time!! So close to shoreline village and the pike your options are endless. Ghost hunting is always fun and the tours are amazing. The room we stayed in this time was a bit small but it was still beautiful.
from Anaheim, United States
Submitted on 20-07-2016
The stay was amazing!!! Our room was great, the staff provided excellent service, and the best part was discount admission to tours because we were hotel guests! We managed to take 3 tours in a single day from receiving that discounted pricing. The dining options aboard the Queen Mary are also exceptional. We ate in 3 separate places on board the ship, and enjoyed thoroughly, the service and atmosphere in all 3 places. The Queen Mary is a great place to get away and step back in time for a m... Read more
from Tulare
Submitted on 20-07-2016
The Queen Mary was fun but $$ place to stay. The front desk was friendly, helpful and quick. Our room faced Long Beach so th view was enjoyable. The internet worked well. We enjoyed the audio tour. It was interesting. We felt safe and I wasn't worried about my car in the parking lot.
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