the ultimate cruise ship fun without leaving the shore, the Queen
Mary Hotel in Long Beach is your solution! This 1930s luxury cruise
ship took up residence in Long Beach in 1967 and has been one of
the area's prized historic attractions ever since. Since the early
1970s, this lively boat-el has welcomed guests to experience the
past with a night in one of the onboard staterooms. Rooms feature
the ship's original wood paneling and refurbished 1930s decor. Guests
receive a complimentary self-guided ship tour with room rates. During
your stay, don't miss the variety of shops and the onboard art gallery.
The Queen Mary boasts two award-winning restaurants and several
other casual spots for lighter fare and cocktails. For an elegant
dining experience, reserve your table at Sir Winston's. Specializing
in California and Continental cuisine, this restaurant is open daily.
At the Chelsea, guests feast on seafood delicacies in a casually
elegant atmosphere. Reservations are required. The Promenade Cafe
serves lighter snacks and casual meals like pasta dishes and burgers.
A popular brunch is served in the Grand Salon each Sunday. For drinks,
head to the Observation Bar and enjoy cocktails and the Art Deco
decor. For quick bites, there are several onboard cafes and spots
suitable for fast, easy eats. The boat offers meeting space and
limited business services. There are 365 rooms and 12 decks on this
ship. Children 17 and under stay free with paying adult. Inside,
Tourist Class, Deluxe, First Class, and Royalty Suite Staterooms