Constructed and launched in the early 1930’s The Queen Mary now in Long Beach is a staple of beautiful Long Beach, California.
Whether it’s for a few drinks at her legendary Observation Bar, a walk on her starboard side at twilight, an incomparable morning at her Sunday Champagne Brunch or a stay in a stateroom that holds more memories than we could ever tell, there is one thing that is certain, the Queen Mary calls to everyone, including you.
Housed in an iconic 1936 ocean liner moored at Long Beach, this ornate floating hotel is 26 miles from Downtown Los Angeles.
Plush rooms have flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and pillow-top beds. Many retain art deco accents, glossy wood floors and operable portholes. Suites add minifridges and living rooms; some are named for famous passengers. Room service is available.
Amenities include a renowned restaurant/lounge offering upscale dishes and ghost hunt tours, a British chowder house/pub, and a cafe serving casual American fare. There’s also a day spa, a tearoom on the sundeck, and a 1930s-style bar with original artwork.