LOVED THIS HOTEL , will def be back someday, loved the original look of our room to get a peak at... See full review
Oct 7, 2013
Lots of nautical charm~
Very friendly and helpful staff~ fun history pix and stories all around you in this Magnificant... See full review
Mar 20, 2013
This Los Angeles steamship hotel is a grand icon of 1930s
Stay aboard one of the most famous ocean liners in the world. The 75-year-old Queen Mary Hotel is a rare historic relic with functional hotel rooms, shops, spa and restaurants. She last sailed in Dec. 1967 and is permanently docked without an engine in Long Beach Harbor. Stay in vintage staterooms, wander her decks and learn of Winston Churchill, ghost stories and the Art Deco era. Dine in luxury with a view of the glowing Los Angeles skyline. Guests of the Queen Mary Hotel make use of the fitness center.
Three decks of original preserved staterooms
On the National Register of Historic Places
Pet friendly (fees apply)
The Queen Mary Hotel is located in Long Beach Harbor, a convenient base for a southern California vacation. Proximity to 110 and 405 freeways is ideal for traveling both north and south.
The Queen Mary Hotel features 314 tastefully preserved interiors with built-in furnishings, original wood paneling and 1930s artwork. Rooms are modernized with pillow-tops, iPod docks, Wi-Fi (fees apply), flat-screen satellite TVs and air conditioning. Sleep up to four people in comfortable rooms. Porthole windows, expanded sitting areas and refrigerators are available. The Queen Mary Hotel is 100 percent smoke free.
In the golden days of steamship travel the Queen Mary carried movie stars and dignitaries to ports like New York, Singapore and Sydney. Later she transported 15,000 World War II troops. Roam the vast ship or join guided historic, design, wartime and paranormal tours. The Queen Mary Hotel offers a spa and fitness center on the main deck.
The seven eateries aboard the Queen Mary Hotel include a sustainable seafood restaurant and acclaimed Sunday champagne brunch held in the original first-class dining room. The 1930s vibe is alive with classic cocktails and fancy dinners at Sir Winston's and the Observation Bar. Grab kid-friendly fare at a deli and smoothie shop. Room service is available at the Queen Mary Hotel.
Los Angeles International Airport (23 mi/37 km)
Long Beach Airport (11.3 mi/18.2 km)
Long Beach Harbor (adjacent)
Pacific Metro stop (blue line) (2.2 mi/3.5 km)
Hollywood (31.9 mi/51.3 km)
Seal Beach (8 mi/12.9 km)
Staples Center (24.8 mi/39.8 km)
Disneyland (27.1 mi/43.6 km)
Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific (2.3 mi/3.7 km)
80,000 square feet of restored Art Deco event space
Policies and Fees
Credit card is required at check-in. Guest must be 21 years of age to register.
Valid ID is required.
Valet parking is $19 USD per day (Friday through Saturday).
Overnight parking is $15 USD per day.
Internet fees: $5.99 USD for 60 minutes, $9.99 USD for 24 hours and $49.99 USD for seven days.
This is not a comprehensive list of fees. Any amounts listed above may not include taxes and are subject to change.
Queen Mary Hotel Rooms
Each cabin has a king bed or 2 twin beds and is uniquely appointed and embellishments vary to include rich wood paneling art deco build-ins, original artwork and of course portholes for outside rooms. These elegant rooms were once reserved only for first class passengers, on their long trip across the Atlantic. Now you too can relax in style. All first class rooms are decorated in 1930s Art Deco, and have 85% of their original wood paneling.
Inside staterooms are perfect if you're looking for a place where you can relax, uninterrupted. Our windowless inside rooms, at the heart of the ship, will let you catch up on your sleep, no matter what time of day. Each room contains large, original Art Deco mirrors instead of portholes.
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Nearby attractions include Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Santa Monica, Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Universal Studios Hollywood, Catalina Island, Venice Beach.
Nearby points of interest
Walter Pyramid: 5 mi
Continental west coast cuisine, a favorite among the city's business and social elite. 2003 Zagat Survey: "People's Choice" Award.
American restaurant, features a menu ranging from full meals to light salads and sandwiches.
Specializing in sandwiches, fresh salads, thick crust pizza, and fabulous pastries.
Come enjoy an espresso or cappuccino drink, fresh-baked scones, tarts, biscotti, pastries, ice cream, smoothies, and souvenir items.
Our seafood specialty restaurant where each meal captures the fresh, unique fare by our Award Winning Chef.
One of the Queen's preserved landmarks with majestic mural, nickel railing and touchier lighting entertainment, outdoor patio, views of city skyline and California coast.
Champagne Sunday Brunch
The Grand Salon, the ship's original first class dining room, is the elegant setting for the spectacular Sunday brunch starring more than 50 world class entrees and an amazing dessert station.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
Very friendly and helpful staff~ fun history pix and stories all around you in this Magnificant vessel~
Some shops conveniently located on the ship~
Good food options~
The promenade is great for an evening or afternoon stroll~
Lots of ghost stories~
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Review of Queen Mary Hotel
San Diego, CA, USA
Jan 17, 2012
Cruise without leaving the pier
The Queen Mary is more than a floating hotel it is a historical experience taking you back to the days of luxury ocean liners. Staff was pleasant and efficient. Deluxe rooms are small by modern hotel standards but large for ship cabins.
Furnishings were modern and the king bed and linens were very fresh and comfortable. Bath was small but very clean. The tours were great for seeing the luxury suites, salons and historic artwork and just wandering the ship was fun. After visiting the Observation bar for drinks and dining in the Chelsea Chowder House we turned in for a romantic evening and did not awake until the 7am "disembarking" messages came over the loud speakers.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Be sure to ask for a Deluxe room (outside cabin) on the starboard side facing the city. Discount tour prices ($6-10) are available for hotel guests and do not require that you buy a $32 general admission package. Note that self-parking is $15 for overnight guests which you can pay on your hotel bill and use your hotel key for in/out parking privileges.
Review of Queen Mary Hotel
Long Beach, CA
Jul 26, 2011
Best part of the Trip
The ship was a little musty but it was a wealth of history. The room was clean and very comfortable. Would recommend to friends.