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The Queen Mary

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This is a destination, not just a hotel. The only reason I gave it a 4 on the condition is it is an old place the condition adds to the character. I was amazed at how cool this is you could easily spend a whole day just exploring it. If you are an old movie buff this is a must stay, you feel like you walked onto the set of the Titanic or one of the many old flicks that take place on the classic liners. In this world of all the hotels look the same this is a highlight of someplace special. What other hotel can you open your port hole to get some fresh air in.

The pictures of the rooms did not match the real rooms. There were ants in our room, we killed about 10-20 over night.

I'm local and have stayed on the ship before in the same and other room categories but this twin room was in very poor shape. The sink didn't stop running, the walls in the bathroom were damaged and peeling and it was by far the smallest room I've ever stayed in. There was no a/c (on a 100 degree day) and the lamp outlets didn't work to charge my phone . To make it worse, despite paying an extra $16.95 "resort fee" for wifi, gym use and water, the wifi never worked anywhere on the ship, the gym was tiny and useless and the water in the room cost $3.50. While I appreciate the historic nature of the ship, this room (B415) is in desperate need of maintenance and the wifi situation is unacceptable.

We felt like we went back in time. Was a fun experience. Staff was great. If your into history, you must stay here. Take a tour. We will go back.

Had to move rooms three times before we found one that the air, Tv, water, and phone worked. Staff called maintenance each time we moved and they couldn't correct the issues so we had told keep moving.

For a historical atmosphere you can't go wrong. A bit pricy for what you actually get in a room.

Took my young grandson age 11 for an overnight. We had dinner at Sir Winston. It was a lovely dinner and it gave me an opportunity to acquint Him with fine dining

Rooms were freezing with no way to turn A/C off or heater on.

Kids loved it!! I wish there was a pool, but the kids liked the stories.

The room looked nothing like the pictures. Not worth the money even for the history. Walls above bed were covered in dust. The door knob to bathroom was falling off. It was just really horribly maintained. I would only go there to walk around the ship. The deposit was outrageous, the parking fee, and the other fees. Spent a total of 200 dollars a night for a dirty old smelly room, when i could have stayed at Doubletree!!!!!

We loved the view from our room. Room was spacious and the beds were really comfy! We also loved exploring the ship and all the history.

The hotel was just ok. Very old. We could not get into the restaurant because we had to book ahead in order to get in. Also a very large ship on the inside making it a very long walk to get to youroom sometimes. If you are going to go on a cruise the next day or couple of days at Long Beach it makes it really easy to get over the the terminal. All you do is walk over some grass and your there. Would recommend to a friend.

Neat experience. Three restaurants available at the hotel with reasonable prices, however one was closed for renovation, one was closed one morning for a private event, and the third was dinner only and required reservations. That was very inconvenient when we wanted breakfast before a busy day. The walls are paper thin...which made sleeping difficult. We could hear everything our neighbors were saying. Free shuttle service to downtown area was helpful. Overall was very cool and fun experience. I would recommend it for a one night stay or simply to check it out.

The Queen Mary is a great old cruise ship with lots of very interesting history. Some say it is haunted, but luckily no ghosts paid us a visit while we stayed there. Staying on the Queen Mary is great for Families or anyone who loves taking a trip back to the past. We had the family room with a king bed and a twin bed for my son in a separate room. The cabins are nice and roomy but of course a little outdated as should be expected. This is probably the closest one can experience to being on the Titanic.

Excellent...!!! Was a mi dream...!!! Unbelived...!!!

I enjoy becouse is a historic museum. They need to invest more to keep the place more neat as THE CORONADO HOTEL in San Diego, that is historical but well maintenance. With a better marketing, better maintenance and personal training can be one of the best attraction in Southern California. Jaime F Prieto MB President of Prieto Engineering& Developing

Expensive food Expensive parking Expensive 'facilities fee' Not worth the money Do a tour and stay elsewhere

Fun experience staying on the boat. Quick and easy access to board our cruise ship right across the road.

This was an excellent choice, the staff were very attentive, even though there were a few quirks. The nostalgia of the ship I could have taken another day to take in. The restaurant on the Promenade deck was a great place to sit and have dinner while enjoying the scene of looking at Long Beach all lit up at night.

Flew down for an evening wedding from SFO and decided on the Queen Mary because of the history and that it was a gorgeous 10 minute walk to the wedding venue. No surprise to see the ship is old because it is. I had a double King room with a window/port hole. The room was big with beautiful wood walls, clean carpet and i think original bathroom fixtures. The lobby was beautiful, the decks pristine, great restaurants, and history in every corner. Easy to get lost in the never ending hallways but in a fun way. The staff was hepful, warm and plentiful. Free shuttles to dowtown, Aquarium and Wharf area. Great and safe for a single senior, kids, parents and grandparents. Yes it shows wear and tear, but worth the history and walking where royals walked and treated like one.

1126 Queens Hwy Long Beach CA

Hotel highlights

  • Steps from RMS Queen Mary
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

The Queen Mary places you next to RMS Queen Mary and within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular attractions like Aquarium of the Pacific. This 346-room, 3-star hotel has 3 restaurants along with conveniences like a full-service spa and free in-room WiFi. It's on the waterfront and also close to Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center and Long Beach Cruise Terminal.


Dining

This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or 3 coffee shops/cafés. Start each morning with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 346 individually decorated rooms provide iPod docks, coffee makers, and safes. 32-inch flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include phones and desks.


Property features

Guests staying at The Queen Mary enjoy access to a full-service spa, a health club, and a rooftop terrace. Valet parking is available for USD 27.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a computer station.

Room options

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed (Stateroom)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room, 2 Twin Beds (Stateroom)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Room, 1 King Bed (Inside Stateroom)

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Family Room, 2 Queen Beds (Stateroom)

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for The Queen Mary

Everyone (71) Couples (185) Business (37) Family (69) Friends (25) Other (22)
5

don't miss the chance to stay here!

Everyone

This is a destination, not just a hotel. The only reason I gave it a 4 on the condition is it is an old place the condition adds to the character. I was amazed at how cool this is you could easily spend a whole day just exploring it. If you are an old movie buff this is a must stay, you feel like you walked onto the set of the Titanic or one of the many old flicks that take place on the classic liners. In this world of all the hotels look the same this is a highlight of someplace special. What other hotel can you open your port hole to get some fresh air in.

By , from Toledo Ohio on Nov 17, 2017

2

bummed with the queen mary

Everyone

The pictures of the rooms did not match the real rooms. There were ants in our room, we killed about 10-20 over night.

By , from Peoria, AZ on Oct 30, 2017

3

small, shabby room, wifi doesn't work

Everyone

I'm local and have stayed on the ship before in the same and other room categories but this twin room was in very poor shape. The sink didn't stop running, the walls in the bathroom were damaged and peeling and it was by far the smallest room I've ever stayed in. There was no a/c (on a 100 degree day) and the lamp outlets didn't work to charge my phone . To make it worse, despite paying an extra $16.95 "resort fee" for wifi, gym use and water, the wifi never worked anywhere on the ship, the gym was tiny and useless and the water in the room cost $3.50. While I appreciate the historic nature of the ship, this room (B415) is in desperate need of maintenance and the wifi situation is unacceptable.

By , from Long Beach, CA on Oct 25, 2017

5

going back in time.

Everyone

We felt like we went back in time. Was a fun experience. Staff was great. If your into history, you must stay here. Take a tour. We will go back.

By , from Seattle, WA on Sep 23, 2017

3

needs maintenance

Everyone

Had to move rooms three times before we found one that the air, Tv, water, and phone worked. Staff called maintenance each time we moved and they couldn't correct the issues so we had told keep moving.

By , from bowling green ky on Sep 20, 2017

4
Everyone

For a historical atmosphere you can't go wrong. A bit pricy for what you actually get in a room.

By , from Ojai on Sep 15, 2017

5
Everyone

Took my young grandson age 11 for an overnight. We had dinner at Sir Winston. It was a lovely dinner and it gave me an opportunity to acquint Him with fine dining

By on Sep 8, 2017

3

bring your sweater

Everyone

Rooms were freezing with no way to turn A/C off or heater on.

By on Sep 4, 2017

4

fun!!! loved housekeeping!!! food was very expens

Families

Kids loved it!! I wish there was a pool, but the kids liked the stories.

By , from las vegas on Aug 24, 2017

1

dusty and small

Everyone

The room looked nothing like the pictures. Not worth the money even for the history. Walls above bed were covered in dust. The door knob to bathroom was falling off. It was just really horribly maintained. I would only go there to walk around the ship. The deposit was outrageous, the parking fee, and the other fees. Spent a total of 200 dollars a night for a dirty old smelly room, when i could have stayed at Doubletree!!!!!

By , from Los Angeles on Aug 23, 2017