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Queen Mary


1126 Queen's Highway
Long Beach, CA 90802

(877) 342-0742
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Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
Queen Mary - Long Beach, CA
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This place is great! I spent two nights there, but i wish i could have stayed more. This hotel has been in Long Beach since 1967 and it actually use to have a steady flow of about...


It all started at the ticket counter with a grumpy and less than helpfull sells person, the tour guides are knowledgeable but strange carnival folk, and the ship condition is dust...

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Get a drink at the Queen Mary 12/19/2005

The Queen Mary is one of the landmark attractions of Long Beach, along with one of its most notorious debtors. The famed ocean liner is a neat place to visit, and it is a definite must to take out of town visitors to the observation deck for a drink. Admission is $10, but free after dark. Parking is somewhere around $8, but there are free shuttles from downtown LB, so that's a good option. The rooms are cool, still vintage but clean. They are small, but it is a trip to be on the boat. more

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Queen Mary 8/17/2005

The Queen Mary Hotel/Ship is well known for its historical properties. The hotel isn't a cheap place to stay at, but I'm sure it would be a well known memory in creation. You can visit the boat during the day, but you have to pay a hefty entrance fee. There are different things to look at, and restaurants and bars to eat and drink at. more

Boat Hotel 8/17/2005

Down in Long Beach, this is a ship that is now docked. You can have events here like weddings, and they do conventions and wedding shows here. It is a hotel. In October they do a Halloween package because there are rumors that the boat is haunted and they do a tour. more

Hotel, Tours, and Great Dining! 8/15/2005

While a bit pricey, the Queen Mary is a So Cal must see. Explore the engine room, private quarters, old staterooms of this ship that is larger than the titanic. Take a self guided or the elusive guided tour around the 40's era legend. The ship is rumored to be haunted and is marked with plaques all around about its numerous ghost sightings. There is a ghost tour full of Disneyesque special effects and for the morbid, walk down to the isolation ward to learn about all of the different deaths on board, and view the embalming equipment used on these late passengers. The restaurants range from casual to fine dining and staying in the hotel is a creepy treat, though somewhat expensive. Ask for one of the recently remodeled rooms. more
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  • This Long Beach hotel's 314 original staterooms span three decks and include eight full suites. Each cabin is uniquely appointed, and embellishments vary to include rich wood paneling; Art Deco built-ins; original artwork; and, portholes for outside cabins. The hotel offers a business center, and for those who wish to enjoy some fresh ocean air and exercise, four times around the Sun Deck equals one mile!

  • The Scene
    Before the luxurious Queen Elizabeth 2 took to the oceans as the world's most famous ocean liner, the Queen Mary rounded the horn in style. Now moored and anchored to a dock at Long Beach Harbor since its last voyage in 1967, the ship is one of L.A.'s biggest tourist attractions and its most unique hotel. Guests stay in the ship's original 365 staterooms, which run from intimate to lavish suites.

    The Details
    The ship features shopping, and many restaurants and bars line the decks. Enjoy formal California cuisine at Sir Winston's, fresh seafood at Chelsea and ocean view cocktails at the Observation Bar. A full-service spa helps you savor shipboard life in the same glamorous Hollywood way that Greta Garbo and Clark Gable did. Lovebirds should know about the onboard wedding chapel, while large groups should check out one of the ship's art deco salons.

  • 4/17/2006 Provided by Citysearch
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  • Hours: Daily 24 hours
  • Payments: American Express, Diner's Club, Discover, Visa, Master Card