As a Queens Grill passenger, you experience the very apex of luxury in ocean-going travel. After embarking at your priority time slot, you’ll find champagne, strawberries and petit fours awaiting your arrival in your primely-located and beautifully designed suite. This comprises a bedroom, large sitting area, a marble bathroom with whirlpool bath and shower, a walk-in wardrobe and spacious private balcony, all laid out over 506 – 2,249 square feet. Grand, Master, Duplex and Penthouse Queens Grill Suites also have separate dining areas.
Board games, a games console and DVD player are provided as standard. Your Queens Grill butler looks after your every need. From being on hand to unpack for you on arrival, to serving your daily pre-dinner canapés, restocking your complimentary bar, arranging fresh flowers, or organising any drinks or dinner parties you might wish to host during your cruise.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner, you’ll have a table reserved in the world famous Queens Grill restaurant. The sublime menu is designed to whet every appetite. But, should you not see what you want, the chefs will do their very utmost to create whatever takes your fancy.
In finer climates, on Queen Victoria or Queen Elizabeth, you might enjoy eating alfresco in The Grills Courtyard. You’ll also have exclusive access to private deck areas and the elegant Grills Lounge. They’ll leave it to one of their passengers to put the Queen’s Grill Suite experience into their own words: “Quite simply, it’s one of life’s greatest pleasures.”
Booking a Princess Grill Suite takes your travels to a whole new level of indulgence. After embarking at your priority time slot, you’re welcomed with sparkling wine and strawberries into your spacious balconied suite that occupies a prime location on the ship. Separate sleeping, living and dressing areas are cleverly arranged over 335 – 513 square feet. Fresh fruit is replenished daily, and you’ll find your marble-topped bath and shower room plentifully stocked with Penhaligons toiletries and soft terry robes and slippers.
Personalised stationery, board games and a DVD player are available on request from your steward and the pillow concierge menu – offering a choice of pillows – makes sure your slumbers are sublime. Away from your suite, you have exclusive access to private deck areas, the elegant Grills Lounge and beautiful Princess Grill restaurant. Here you may dine – for breakfast, lunch and dinner – from a spectacular menu, or á la carte. In finer climates, on Queen Victoria or Queen Elizabeth, you might enjoy eating alfresco in The Grills Courtyard.
A concierge service attends to any special requirements you have, on board or ashore. This compliments the attentions of your steward, who makes all the arrangements should you wish to eat in-suite from the Princess Grill menu.
To sum up a cruise in a Princess Grills Suite, one of their regular passengers is best placed to comment: “An oasis of wonderful experiences.”
Deluxe Balcony cabins and Premium Balcony cabins include a panoramic hull balcony with loungers and tables. King-size beds may be converted to twins and a dual height coffee table may be used for in-room dining. The sitting area features a sofa and there is ample wardrobe space and bathroom with shower. Guests can choose from an early or late sitting at the Britannia restaurant.
Ocean view rooms include: a turndown service, early or late sitting at the Britannia restaurant, 24-hour room service, a bathrobe and slippers.
A satellite TV with multi-language film and music channels is available in each room. Further features include: a refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, half a bottle of Bon Voyage wine, direct-dial telephone and daily shipboard newspaper.
As Cunard’s most basic rooms, inside staterooms include a turndown service and early or late sitting at the Britannia restaurant. 24-hour room service is available, with bathrobe and slippers.
A satellite TV with multi-language film and music channels is provided in each room. Further features include, a refrigerator, safe, hair dryer, half a bottle of Bon Voyage wine and a direct-dial telephone.