Inside the Queen Elizabeth Cruise Ship’s luxury cabins with lavish stewards and perks
Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth Cruise Ship has everything you could want for a luxury vacation; a huge spa, swimming pools, fine cuisine and … truly sumptuous cabins.
Passengers in the Inside, Outside and Balcony cabins enjoy great perks, including a cabin steward on hand to cater to your whims during any vacation, a huge bed and bathroom, a fluffy bathrobe and slippers for all the holidays. the stay, and extra touches like 24-hour room service and turndown service (with little chocolates on your pillow, too, of course).
For those looking for a little more glamor, the ship’s suites might tick all the right boxes.
These include all of the same perks as other cabins, although there are a few upgrades such as a velor robe and slippers for guests, fresh fruit, sparkling wine, and chocolate as a welcome gift, a seven pillow menu, a private balcony with table and chairs and access to your own Concierge Grills.
Oh, and no need to worry about sorting out dinner – Grill Suites guests receive a Freedom dinner in the Princess Grill restaurant, or can opt for in-room dining from the menu.
Start wanting to be on board?
The good news is that Imagine Cruising has launched a new 14-night program. Ultimate navigation in the Cunard Canaries which will be hosted on the Queen Elizabeth, on a return trip from Southampton on October 18, 2021.
However, this is no ordinary cruise – it will come with a pretty impressive array of star-studded entertainment. We’re talking exclusive performances by Michael Ball, a special interview with Eamonn Holmes, songs performed by Paul Potts, and an ABBA celebration courtesy of parody pop group Björn Again.
Then there’s the route that spans Funchal, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Cadiz, and Lisbon – basically beautiful, sunny destinations where you can escape the British drizzle in the fall.
Cabins start from £ 1,299pp – around £ 92pp per night – and can be booked through imaginecruising.co.uk/starcruise.