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1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802, United States of America – Show map
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Cycling, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Bicycle Rental, Game Room
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Buffet-Style Restaurant, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 17 per day.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 20 per day.
Room Service, Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English
From 4:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 17 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 15 per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
When booking more than 10 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Score from 168 reviews Good
The Hotel had the Big Chill event next door which allowed people from the event to enter the hotel for tour. The Hotel was zoo with people activity. You had to pay a facility fee to stay at the hotel. They should have paid me a facility fee with the amount of people swarming around the facility
The staff at 'embarking & disembarking' very friendly and helpful. The room was much larger than I had expected, and yes the sound of others can be heard, but I would recommend staying on board the Queen Mary as a fantastic alternative to LA.
Because we visited in winter, most of Long Beach was shutdown for the season, even though the days were bright, sunny and warm.
The Fact that the Queen is left in original condition as much as is possible is truley appreciated
I kept getting lost The floors indicators in the elevators could be clearer
Efficient service and comfortable cabin.
Fantastic stay! Great bed. Comfortable! We stayed one night before attending our cruise! Excellent location. Parking is a little bit cheaper than cruise terminal.
The authentic (even if a bit shabby in places...) maritime icon. That so much of the original ship, incl the cabins, have been preserved and are acually used. Amazing ! Even cabin ventilation is using the old 1930-ies vents !! Food and service in Sir Winston was great !
Maybe in places a bit too shabby, - even if a bit of this adds to the charm. But quite obvious fm the lack of maintenance especially outdoors, that the operations are not a finacial success. I just hope they will be able to keep, - and up-keep !!, this magnificent ship !! We will certainly stay here again, - but then we are steamship buffs.... !
It is such a great experience to be able to sleep in the 1st class cabins of this historical ship and imagine what it was like to cross the Atlantic in the 1930'ies and 1940'ies.
The atmosphere and the details of room, halls and public spaces. Walking around the promenade deck after dark.sive Parkin ($17
A little expensive and expensive parking ($17 per night).
Hotel facility and museum at the same location.
Experience of staying in a ship.
Small room. Too much noise from nearby room.
The Queen Mary is a unique historical venue and it is worthy of a visit.
Management of hotel was horrid, with check-in for most very late and past 4pm promised check in time. We waited from 2pm to almost 6 pm with two kids who had traveled from east coast, it was so crowded waiting there was not even places to sit. Staff was unapologetic and had not concern for the guests. All the restaurants had very bad service. The ship was poorly maintained with old weathered plywood on some of the decks. Generally looks like it is going to eventually rot in place. Sad to see for such a beautiful historic ship that is flagship branding and attraction for the City of Long Beach.
All of the history and art deco furnishings. Pleasant people and atmosphere. Isabel
all the things is bad and old.
The beds were comfortable. The rooms while old, were clean.
The entry was hard to find and chaotic when we arrived. The front desk did not inform of us of several key things such as: the fact that we could not control the thermostat from our room, that we had to use a specific key to exit the parking lot. Every time we exited the property, the machine didn't work. The heating vents when turned on spewed dirt and soot on to the bed. There were extra charges for everything! No complimentary coffe in the morning. While I understand the ship is old and historic, there is no reason the walls in the bathroom should be stained and dirty. The prices in the restaurant were overpriced for the product. There is a facility fee and honestly I don't know what I was paying for. Internet access and the right to walk around the building? Ridiculous!
When she heard that my first visit to Queen-Mary dated back to 60 years, the lady at the desk upgraded us to a First-Class cabin overlooking LA city lights. We were surprised by the size and well preserved decor of the room. NB:/ This was our third stay. My first stay, as a kid, happened in 1957, in Cherbourg (France)... a few minutes before Queen-Mary departure. Second stay on Queen-Mary lasted longer (one week), in 1995. It was organised by Microsoft to celebrate, with MSN webmasters, our technical move to the Internet protocol! It included games all over the ship using virtual-reality scenarios and equipment. Dinner was very pleasant because we were accepted late and with a good choice of plates prepared in the kitchen shared with the gastronomic restaurant. Breakfast was comparable to the best ones (no Champagne or lobsters, however...) at a very affordable price. Free access to the various decks and lounge-chairs, there, lets you imagine Queen-Mary as a 3/7 days resort destination.
Access to Queen-Mary pier is a bit tricky. You have to make you way among many trucks on your way to your final destination.
We stayed here as our previous tour had left us wanting to experience more. Art deco is a favourite architectural time.
Unfortunately, we were disappointed by the standard of service, the lack of soundproofing between rooms and the general shabbiness of the accommodation. An old ship such as this will always be difficult to maintain but toilets that don't flush will never pass muster. Sadly we won't have the opportunity to give this old girl a second chance.
The bed was uneven, so I kept waking up thinking I was falling off the mattress
Loved the feel of being on a ship rather than a hotel. Having breakfast and relaxing at night on board, It made our business trip feel like a vacation rather then business.
did not like the auto matic charge for y fi did not use it or need it
It's charming, quaint, beautiful, intriguing. The bed was very comfortable, and listening to the ocean sounds is the perfect way to fall asleep.
The elevators were not working properly
The boat is massive and looks very nice from both outside and inside. Windowless cabins are perfect for goodnight sleep.
Hidden fees. Price on booking.com is not anywhere near the final price. Stuff is uncoordinated, too compartmentalized and uninformed. Due to the uneven floor one can end
The historical aspect of the ship.
Being awoken at 1.30am by fire alarm. Paper thin walls - conversations of next room easily overheard.
We liked the fact that this ship's interior still gave an authentic feel to our stay. Admitedly, we did pay extra for the harbour view which was worth the price as from other reviewers, some rooms were not great. Our "fittings" were all original, the lights, mirrors, bath, decor...probably better to stay out of season so it is not chaotic at reception.
All the small extras for parking, strange taxes, etc which put the total up by 25% (us Brits are unaccustomed to these add-ons).
the stuff did not took our luggage during CheckIn.
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