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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
"It had a beautiful view and a rich history but the Haunted Ship tours was crap."
"Went to see the Princess Diana Exhibit it was beautifully done."
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Jeffrey Tschiltsch
in the last week
Attended a wedding reception in the Grand Salon and it was outstanding. The hotel itself, however, had issues. Our room was fine but there was a horrible mix-up with the wedding party and they didn't get the rooms sorted out until late in the evening (this after days of constant communication and emails verifying rooms). The common areas of the hotel have great A/C but the rooms themselves are on the warm side depite opening the fan vents to max cool (there are no thermostats). The view of Long Beach from the room's porthole windows was spectacular.
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Allen Cross
in the last week
I stayed here purely by chance, having found my usual hotels full. What a pleasant surprise! My water-side room had a king-size bed; it was bigger and brighter than I would've guessed. But the real treat was the leftovers from her glory days: paneled walls *everywhere*, lacquer & chrome trim throughout, not least in the Observation Deck bar (formerly the 1st-class lounge) which is a glorious tribute to Art Deco design. Seriously, the ship is a visual treat. But for you OCD types, don't expect pristine perfection -- she is 80 years old, after all. Queen Mary simply doesn't have the sort of modern amenities you'll get at the Hyatt, plus there are /lots/ of niggling 'flaws'...the staff are gamely holding her together with chewing gum and paper clips. So, don't go for the ultimate in luxury; go for the history and a taste of what it was like when she launched in 1936. BTW: during my stay I heard it was recently acquired by Wyndham; expect them to throw some money at the old girl, for repairs and modernization.
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Rae Virtue
in the last week
Went to the Queen Mary for lunch and the Haunted Tour on 4/30 and was disappointed. The food was horrible and the water tasted like it came directly from the ocean. The tour seemed ok, but me and my friend left early after alerting the tour guide about the shady character in the rear of our group tjat seemex really out of place. Since we left early, I can't review the tour, but the food gets a zero. The staff was friendly though.
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Matthew White
in the last week
The Queen Mary is a great piece of history to visit if you ever find yourself in Long Beach. We were there on vacation and decided to visit the Mary because we love history. They had a lot of great exhibits like the communications room, the bridge and even an exhibit dedicated to princess Diana. If we ever find ourselves back here we'd love to try one of the rooms in the hotel as we heard from a guest we met that they're excellent.
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Clayton Ryan
a week ago
I recommend the Observation Lounge on the Queen Mary. The have live music every Sat night. The 50s art deco transports you to this iconic time. The food and drinks are great. Has far as the ship it self you feel as if you are living a past life. There are really great views of Long Beach, that with the back drop of the ship feels like peering into the future.
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Bill Donlevy
in the last week
Clean, comfortable stateroom, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and a great sense of history and posh throughout! True, the facilities are dated, but that's the point: The Queen Mary is 80 years old and the hallways may be narrow or the bath functions differently than expected, but that is why we chose to stay aboard. And the price? Excellent rate for the amenities included. You can stay at a Holiday Inn if you want 21st Century decor, but there is only one Queen Mary and well worth the stay. Excellent food at their restaurants as well, although $$$... but spoil yourself: you're on a luxury liner!
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Matt Deighton
3 months ago
Staying on the Queen Mary was on my "bucket list" and I can say I really enjoyed it. My bar tab was pricey, but that was my fault ~ ha..... it was a true journey, clean rooms, and the food was good too........ To walk the halls, and see the grandeur of such a great ship was impressive. The FREE shuttle to across the harbor was great. It runs every 15 minutes. I would suggest to the owner they put in a business center. The free type instead of the "pay by the minute." The front desk staff was helpful, and the older retired Navel Officer was great in information. He was dressed in "Navy Dress Blues." It takes at least 1/2 day to explore.... GREAT STAY~
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Alfonso Garcia
a week ago
The Mgr.and fromt desk staff are not friendly people and put on a total fake smile. The are not knowledgeable in their own field of work. Keep in mind they charge $18 for parking. I asked them if I could leave a cash deposit and they said yes that it would be $100. I gave them the $100 cash and they then stated to me that I still needed a credit card to be autorized for $75 for incidentals. Note:The room had been paid for in advance. Morons