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Can't wait to see you at the World Famous Queen Mary for Shamrock N Roll on St. Paddy's Day! http://www.queenmary.com/events/shamrock-n-roll/
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I love it there! Can't wait to head out this weekend to film a Crypto Country episode! :D
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Actually, I did. In March last year I stayed for 5 nights while working on my next novel.  We used the restaurants, took tours and thoroughly enjoyed our cruise to nostalgia .  I even met with  the producer who bought the rights to my first novel. He loved it. Next time in LA  I stop by.
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Great song Nancy! Honored to have you aboard the ship!
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1126 Queens Hwy Long Beach, CA 90802
1126 Queens HighwayUSCaliforniaLong Beach90802
(877) 342-0738queenmary.com
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The Queen Mary - Hotel, Award-Winning Restaurants, Historical and Paranormal Tours, Banquet Facilities and Shops.
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1936 ocean liner-turned-hotel offering art deco decor, fine-dining & casual eateries, bars & a spa.- Google
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James Mahoney
2 months ago
Sure, I was QM Tour Guide from 1976—1980, and I love the grand old lady, but my bias is well-founded. Enjoy a fine meal at Sir Winston's on Sun Deck, or pop in to Observation Bar on Promenade Deck, then take a relaxing stroll on Sun Deck and watch the lights of Long Beach sparkle on the bay. I still enjoy showing friends around for unofficial tours of the decks. Stay in a starboard side cabin for a view of the city, or try a port side room to watch one of the world's busiest harbors in action. Good times.
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JR Curley
2 months ago
This review is as a tourist of the ship - not as a guest staying overnight. Walking the decks of this historic ship is great. Even without buying a tour, there are shops, restaurants, and great views of the harbour. There are multiple tours to check out, including the "haunted" ones which are great fun and provide interesting pieces of history. They also give you access to parts of the ship you can't see otherwise. The Queen Mary is a fun place to visit! Pro tip - you may have a bit of a walk when parking, especially if arriving later in the day. Check to make sure there aren't any events going on when you plan to visit, they can make your walk from parking even longer!
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Johnny Fortini
2 months ago
Amazing Ship with Amazing History!!!! a lot of people are writing mixed reviews about this ship and hotel, however you need to remember you are not staying at the Ritz Carlton or Versace Mansion! Its a 50+ yr old retired cruise line. Get a grip people who are complaining! What do people expect? A lot of people are just on here to complain, how ever my numerous experiences here have been very enjoyable! The Ship is beautiful and full of history, we stayed where the 1st class passengers would have been and the furnishings are luxurious, antique and mostly original. There are also pictures all over the ship from its maiden voyage and in the ships prime its amazing to see and then compare to where you are on the ship currently. I personally didn't see any ghost, even on the tours however you do get an eerie feeling on some parts of the ship and also an overwhelming presence of the ships history. Both nights the receptionist was Frankie, she was AWESOME! full of knowledge! i asked other crew members about the ships history and stories, some staff didn't know, others were to busy or could not be bothered. Frankie went above and beyond providing me with a map of the ship and an extensive history lesson! She went above and beyond which made my experience all the more enjoyable! This is truly a must see and do if you love history!
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Kage Henderson
in the last week
The service here was great and the people were very nice. The ghost tour was very fun and memorable! Definitely coming back!
inez young
2 weeks ago
I am just checking out from disappointing experience. I was expecting things old,but they are not old, they are unkept, run down and the new stuff such as tv, light bulbs, sink faucets do not work. I was changed to another room, but things did not get better. The entrance elevators were not working by the time i checked out. They have only one golf cart to take clients from the parking lot to the hotel. Any one who has gone in a cruise knows the hike from parking to ship and from edge of ship to actually a room and no elevators and no carts prepare to haul your luggage. Dirty, bad service, no many things working. Except the restaurant. Good food... not for that money but good food. I do not recommend this hotel. Go another and just visit it for a tour if you are interested
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Brooks B
2 months ago
Is there an option to rate this a negative 5 stars? WORST hotel stay experience EVER!!! Queen Mary likes to think that a second visit with solve whatever issues caused your bad stay but how is that possible if they wouldn't address them when I was onboard? They wouldn't address them when I wrote to them after my stay? They don't care about anything but your money. My stay was an absolute nightmare, the room was off at the farthest possible point from the front desk. They expect you to know the layout of the ship and look at you like you're stupid when you ask for directions. My room was hot when I got in it, there's no control for the AC and it throws out air so slow through the vents, it literally took hours to somewhat cool the room. The TV reception was horrible as soon as I turned it on, the WIFI was non-existent (even though they charge for it) the bathroom sink was backed up and so I called the front desk to ask for assistance with these things. The only thing they were able to fix was the sink. The TV we just shut off, the non-existent WIFI turned into non-existent phone service in our black hole of a room. We left the hotel for dinner, having to walk way across to the parking lot which was another huge charge for a dark scary lot far far away. If you don't mind lugging your luggage from BFE then it will be fine for you. The staff at the queen mary are like robots, pre-programmed to answer the questions that they know are coming because they know the issues they have and do NOTHING about them. The customer service is terrible, absolutely the worst you could think of and they don't care, they only care about your dollar. They hype up this "ghost" thing like it's an every day occurrence when in actuality it's just another way to get people to pay for a tour or stay onboard. I could go on but please take my word that it's not a good value. You can easily get a real room and much better real hotel nearby in downtown Long Beach with real customer service.
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Jim Thornburg
4 months ago
Growing up in Long Beach I have been to the Queen Mary many many times for different occasions and activities and have an abundance of pleasant memories: I saw the space shuttle Endeavor fly over, gotten scared witless at Dark Harbor and on the Ghost Tour, wined and dined with elegance at Sir Winstons, proposed to my wife in the Gazebo, and walked along the decks while experiencing history on one of the most beautiful ships in the world! Aside from the usual complaints about parking fees (which you can avoid if you just take the FREE purple shuttles in from Downtown), and things being generally more expensive on board, Queen Mary provides views of Long Beach and a trip to a time long ago that you can't experience any place else.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Jim - Thank you so much for the feedback and the five stars. We are honored to call Long Beach home and glad there are members of the community such as yourself that value her and spend time aboard her with the many different activities hosted aboard her. We cannot wait to host you again soon! -QM
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Ben Wong Jr.
8 months ago
What's Halloween without mazes, zombies, and long lines? This is the harbor around the Queen Mary and one maze actually is inside it. The mazes are well done, and freaked out a "friend". Long lines, like real long. I guess it was prime day to go so lines were about 2 hours each. Mazes are about 5-8 minutes long. Get there early if you want to run through more mazes. Didn't see too many women dress up sexy.....party foul. If you have the cash the VIP tickets are the way to go, their lines were wide open.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Ben - Thanks for the feedback and glad you enjoyed Dark Harbor. We usually have around three mazes aboard the ship and the remainder in the harbor...glad you had a wonderful visit and we cannot wait to scare the ship out of you again soon! -QM