She may be smaller than her Queen Mary 2 counterpart, yet Queen Victoria also displays the same sense of timeless elegance and grace as her iconic sister ship…
At least 86% of Queen Victoria’s cabins have an outside view and 71% have balconies. There are three types of accommodation: Britannia, offering comfortable accommodation and access to the double-height Britannia Restaurant; Princess Grill, offering deluxe surroundings with special amenities and access to the exclusive Princess Grill, Grills Lounge and Tuscan-inspired Courtyard and the Terrace; and Queens Grill, offering lavish accommodation, breathtaking suites and access to fine dining in the Queens Grill, outdoor dining in The Courtyard, an expansive outdoor Terrace and mingling in the Grills Lounge.
48sqm cabins offering king-size or twin beds as well as a dual height coffee table for in-room dining. Guests dine in the Britannia Restaurant with a choice of early or late sitting.
55sqm to 60sqm cabins offering spacious comfort with king-size or twin beds, as well as a dual-height coffee table for in-room dining. Guests dine in the Britannia Restaurant with a choice of early or late sitting.
76sqm cabins including a panoramic hull balcony with loungers and tables, king-size or twin beds, a dual-height coffee table for in-room dining, a sitting area featuring sofa and a bathroom with shower. Guests dine at a reserved table for either early or late dining in the Britannia restaurant.
Queen Victoria launched with a great deal less fanfare than her Queen Mary 2 counterpart but there’s no question that she retains the same sense of British tradition and heritage as her illustrious sister. The ship’s interior, which celebrates Cunard’s history dating back to 1840 and tribute to Queen Victoria herself in the design of the Queen’s Room help to instill this sense of tradition, while state-of-the-art modern facilities and exceptional service ensure passengers’ comfort remains a high priority.
Did you Know?Queen Victoria
- Tonnage: 90 000
- Number of passengers: 2 014
- Number of crew: 900
was christened by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Queen Victoria
became the first Cunard
Queen whose champagne bottle failed to break when released against the bow as part of the christening proceedings.