The Queen Mary

1126 Queens Hwy | Long Beach, CA 90802-6331  [SEE MAP]Long Beach, CA  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5


May 26th, 2019

We have stayed maybe 10 times. Always wonderful! I have zero complaints about what you get on the QM the unique experience and the history of this ship is mind blowing, never gets old. The staff was extra great this time and reservations were easy & organized. Can't wait for our next trip. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Trip into the past

May 25th, 2019

The Queen Mary is a hotel best enjoyed by those who would enjoy 1930"s and 40's Art Deco extravagance, especially aboard a luxury liner. I would think that the young would have no interest in a "Distressed Gentlewoman" to use a term by Agatha Christy. We were 78 and 64 and enjoyed it immensely. We had a King room with harbor view. The room was really big with two opening portholes. Nearly as large as a modern "mini-suite". May have been combined with a smaller cabin. Bath though, was all 1930's. Small with original fixtures. Shower-tub, sink and stool. Barely room for one. More than served our purposes. Hot water sparce in the AM. Ok in evening. If you go check your days. Mondays and Tuesdays some of the dining rooms are closed. Sad to miss that visit. Food on board was good and more or less about what one would expect. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

Grand but very tired food and drink exorbitant

May 25th, 2019

Stayed here with a tour group.looks marvellous from outside but inside tired and stained carpets and harassed and overworked staff.first room had no hot water and what appeared to be blood on the bathroom wall.our second room was better but walls are paper thin.bottles of water in room were on sale for 2 the marketplace they were six dollars.the Chelsea chowder room was nice but cost 150 dollars even though we shared a salad and fries.unfortunately it would appear that the management are profiting on the unique experience bringing people in without bothering to provide any value for money. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Unique, fun, and interesting place to stay

May 24th, 2019

I’ve read some reviews stating that the ship is old. Indeed she is! She is a wonderfully old ship that has not only provided luxurious travels for many; but also served as a war vessel and had the distinction of being so fast she couldn’t be caught. She is elegant and tough like I’d like to be if I survive as long! Although my husband I traveled to Long Beach for business, the moment we set foot on the Queen Mary, we were taken to another time and place. I played music from the 30’s in my room, ate delicious meals in her restaurants, and got to know her well by going on her tours and just walking around on my own. Our room was spacious and clean. The staff was wonderful, and any ghostly guests were courteous enough to let me enjoy my stay without disturbing me. ... If you have the option, choose to stay on the side of the ship overlooking the bay. Although you will be looking through a porthole, it will be a peaceful place to take in a lovely view, especially at night. Two things I highly recommend you consider doing are the “4D” movie they offer about the ship and; the Illusions of the Passed show with Aiden Sinclair. The movie is severely underrated and it’s a shame not as many people see it. I will leave a separate review for the Aiden Sinclair show because it was that good. In addition to enjoying the Queen Mary, she is minutes away from lots of other places to visit and dine. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Excellent experience

May 23rd, 2019

Amazing to stay on this wonderful cruise ship. Felt like you were in a bygone era. Our cabin was all good and we had a enjoyable drink in the bar and a look around the ship. I would have given it 5 stars but we were somewhat let down by the staff / breakfast. When we checked in the man on the desk was not friendly or welcoming , I mentioned it was my friends birthday and he only acknowledged it by stating what type of room we had booked. A Happy Birthday would have been nice. Breakfast was a bit of a faff. We all opted for the breakfast buffet however we were not asked if we wanted any fresh eggs or omelettes. I ordered some toast and this took over 20 minutes to come . We asked 3 times about it only to be told it was just coming but it never was .Again there seemed no friendliness by restaurant staff , really just doing their job. Shame really as this did let the experience down. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER