Cunard Cruise Cabins - Staterooms Reviews
We have now cruised on all of the current Cunard fleet, Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary 2. In this post we compare the different types of cabins (or staterooms as Cunard refer to them) and suites that we have experienced on all of these ships, we cover the good and the bad, so you can chose the right one for you.
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QUEEN MARY 2
Would this cabin be big enough for you? - Inside Cabin 6124 Review Queen Mary 2
Inside cabins do split opinions, but are the cheapest way in to booking a cruise. We review inside cabin 6124 on Queen Mary 2 so you can see if this cabin would be big enough for you!
The CHEAPEST BALCONY CABIN on Cunard Queen Mary 2 - Did it disappoint!
We booked a guaranteed sheltered balcony on Cunard Queen Mary 2, this is the cheapest way into a balcony cabin on this ship.
We had no idea which cabin we were going to be allocated as when you book a guarenteed cabin it is allocated to you just before you sail!
Find out what we thought of the Sheltered Balcony Cabin / Stateroom 4120 we were allocated on Cunard Queen Mary 2 and see if we would book this type of stateroom again?
Cunard Cruise Cabins - Standard Balcony Cabin Queen Mary 2
We stayed in a balcony cabin for our 4 night cruise too Hamburg on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2. Here we take you on a tour of cabin 11120, showing you all the facilities you can expect if you book this category of cabin for your cruise.
Cunard Queen Mary 2 - This cabin is not fit for purpose!
Do not book this cabin! Watch this video so you don’t make the same mistake we did by booking this cabin on Cunard Queen Mary 2!
Cunard Cruise Cabins - Accessible Balcony Cabin Queen Mary 2
Our friend Cathy was staying in an accessible cabin on Cunard Queen Mary 2 and she kindly let us have a look around. We cruise a lot with Paul’s Dad John who needs an accessible cabin so it was very interesting to see the layout and what it included! If you do need to have an accessible cabin then we recommend that you book earl as they can sell out very quickly.
Queen Victoria - Standard Balcony Stateroom with Extended Balcony
We cruised on Cunard Line Queen Victoria cruise ship and booked standard balcony cabin / stateroom 6095 but we had a balcony that was 3 times the size of the balconies in the same category. Find out how you can get more space for the same price!
Cunard Queen Victoria Queens Grill Q1 Aquitania Grand Suite 7150 Tour
We were kindly invited by one of our subscribers Alasdair to come and have a look around the Queens Grill Q1 Aquitania Grand Suite on the Queen Victoria Cruise Ship. Ronnie the Butler gave us a guided tour so we could share this with you too!
Cunard Cruise Cabins -Standard Balcony Cabin 8162 Review and Tour Queen Elizabeth
We spent 4 nights on the Cunard Queen Elizabeth Cruise Ship. We booked a guaranteed standard balcony cabin and were allocated cabin 8162. Find out what we thought of this cabin and whether we would stay in it again!
Cunard Cruise Cabins - Deluxe Inside Cabin 6073 Tour Queen Elizabeth
We cruised with friends on Queen Elizabeth and they booked a guaranteed deluxe inside cabin and were allocated cabin 6073.
In this video we give you a tour of this type of cabin and show you how huge it is for an inside cabin. This deluxe inside cabin cost only a few pounds more than a standard cabin so make sure you enquire about a deluxe inside cabin when you book!
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