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The Queen Mary, Long Beach, California

1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, California

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Submitted by: Elizabeth M.

I enjoyed the 4th of july there and the fireworks were spectacular, but they need to work on their customer service. Sightseeing of the museum was interesting and different. After looping around in circles for almost an hour trying to reach the upper floors, I finally discovered you gotta exit the museum and use a separate staircase located outside. Their choice of dining is very limited with only four restaurants that were insanely overcrowded on a holiday. We had to wait for almost an hour and a half to be seated just to get mediocre burgers. And they rushed us with the bill to accomodate the rest of their waitlist. There was another waitlist for chairs that you can get from the banquet hall so we preferre...

Submitted by: Marissa S.

I have always loved the Queen Mary. I have been going for years. So why just the 4 star rating then? The Negatives: 1. No Wi-Fi in the rooms. 2.  Room rates keep going up every time they change management. (for that price, I go back to point one. I want me some Wi-Fi!) 3.  They need to embrace the fact that the ship IS haunted and just deal with it. Yes, they have ghost tours. But I have been investigating the paranormal for 20 years (waaaay before all these TV shows have been on) and I am what is considered a serious ghost hunter. Not just some kid out for thrills. So I feel they need to embrace the fact they are haunted and give us serious ghost hunters a break. 4.  Drinks are super expensive. Save some mo...

Submitted by: Stacey M.

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Submitted by: Keycee D.

My boyfriend and I stayed at Queen Mary over a year ago for my boyfriend's birthday.  WE did the self tour...It felt creepy, the whole weekend i was just creeped out.  Not only did the place feel creepy but creepy shiez happened in our hotel room. My boyfriend and I didn't realize what really happened after we talked about it the next day.  It was in the middle of the night, when we were just sleeping in our room, I felt my bf get up so I looked over and he was just standing in front of the mirror...i was too tired to even care so I went back to sleep. The next day, my bf told me he had some weird dream, I asked him what the heck was he doing staring at himself in the mirror next to our bed in the dark...and...

Submitted by: MandB K.

WARNING! The ship needs love and lots of it.  We went for a weekend with the family for a different experience and it was a disappointment from the word go.  WARNING: Family rooms (2 double beds) are NOT original and lack all of the class of the burl-wood original and might as well be a Motel 6!  This along with the fact that they seem to all be at an intersection of hallways where the ice/snack machines lie and have adjoining rooms.  The walls are paper thin and we could hear all of the conversations in the hall and the adjoining room as if they were IN our room!  This along with a fire alarm in the middle of the night left us less then well rested!  The food on-board (didn't try Sir Winston's so cannot com...

Submitted by: Shaun O.

I finally corrected a major oversight, in that during my time living in LA, that I never toured the Queen Mary.   As the family wanted to get out and about on Christmas, taking a tour of the Queen Mary entered the queue.....amazingly, they were open on Christmas. First, the price for a tour is affordable ($24.95/adult) as you can spend all day touring the ship. This also includes the Haunted Ship Show (which lasts about 30 minutes), and as mentioned in the previous reviews, is not that scary and just shows off places that have been linked to ghost activity. Still, it was pretty cool to learn more about the history of the ship and tour the depths of it. After doing the Ghost Tour, we proceeded to wander the r...

Submitted by: Audrey L.

Made it out alive, no ghost encounters, no creepy children from the Shinning. Attended a customer luncheon, how fitting that one of the largest steamship carriers would host their event on an actual ship. Walking onboard we were greeted by a swarm of flies/gnat things....thought this was a bit weird and was hoping that lunch would not include any of these. 3 stars for the authenticity and uniqueness of using a ship as a hotel although some of the facilities could use some updating, but I guess that's what makes it a historic landmark. Lunch was catered by the Venderah Grill. Nothing out of the norm, nothing spectaculuar. Buffet style:Garden and Ceasar salad, fruit, rolls, civeche, rosemary potatoes, chicken ...

Submitted by: Regina A.

Had my first visit ever other than a Halloween thing, for Sunday Brunch here on Easter Sunday 2010 - sorry this review is so late but I'm going again soon! Cost was about $55 a person, regular price is $39. Not sure what the difference was as there was a TON of food! Basics like potatoes, bacon, turkey, prime rib, huge salad bar, omlette station, etc. Also an Asian cooking station and section, a Crepes dessert station (yum!), and a separate kid's buffet. You have to look for the kid's buffet as it it at the other end of the dining room. I looked it over to see if anything there was better LOL, chicken fingers, lots of cookies, pb&j I think. I'm sure the waiters let you know where it is if you have kids. Buff...

Submitted by: LINDA L.

I've been to the Queen Mary once before, and I decided to go back with my sister and son, since they haven't been.  During my second visit, there were a lot of things that I hadn't noticed on my first visit.  The ship is so big and there are so many little details you can miss.   We purchased the General Admission Passport ($24.95) and it included the Self Guided Tour and the Ghost and Legends Tour.  My son and many other kids on the Ghost and Legend tour were pretty freaked out and cried and some actually left the tour before it finished.  I don't think it would be a good idea to bring kids under the age of 7 unless they have real balls. They give you a map for the self guided tour and let you explore on yo...

Submitted by: Michelle and  Ryan…

Where do I begin to tell you about the Queen Mary? I have been visiting this ship since I was a little kid. I remember running around the teak decks, the art deco hallways, etc. I come visit the Queen Mary at least once a year and I am never disappointed. There is nothing better than the thrill of exploring on your own and the eerie feeling of being alone in a room where millions of people have cruised across the Atlantic. I enjoy this ship so much I got married there last May. I highly recommend the wedding services. Michelle and I got amazing service from Carrie. She was very professional and also passionate and excited about her job. Thumbs up! The food service for weddings is amazing. Everyone compliment...

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