The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA

1126 Queens HighwayLong Beach, CA 90802
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$87.00
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Overview

Have you ever stayed in a hotel that’s a boat? When you book your stay at The Queen Mary, you can say that you have! Rooms feature 1930s artwork and décor aboard the legendary ocean liner. There’s plenty to do aboard the ship — or, hotel. From historic tours to paranormal sightings, shops to restaurants, everything you need is right on board. Book your stay at our revolutionary hotel today.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Long Beach Travel Experts
  • Self-parking is $18/day or $20/night and valet parking is $22/night.
  • Pet-friendly accommodations are offered.
  • The iconic ocean liner boasts tours, attractions, shops, spa and various events.
  • Each guestroom is adorned with authentic artwork and rich wood paneling.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center
  • Elevator
  • Gift Shop
  • Inside Corridors
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Restaurant on Property
  • Room Service
  • Health Spa/Massage
  • Wedding Services
  • Porter/Bellman
  • Security Guard
  • Ice Machines
  • Valet Parking
  • ATM/Banking
  • Parking (surcharge)
  • Breakfast (surcharge)
  • Coffee Shop or Café
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry Services
  • Smoke-free Property
  • Snack Bar/Deli
  • Fitness Facilities (24 Hours)
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Description

from The Queen Mary
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
Once a world-class ocean liner, the Queen Mary Hotel offers guests unique accommodations and a wide array of attractions that simply cannot be found anywhere else.

Whether it’s the authentic polished wood paneling, the original 1930s artwork, the Art Deco style or the operable porthole(s), there’s no question that the Queen Mary Hotel is unlike any other Southern California hotel. Each stateroom is unique with its own personality and offers a real glimpse into what transatlantic travel was like during the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. With an impressive history and tradition of excellence, the Queen Mary Hotel is more than a place to rest one’s head – it’s an entire experience.

From historic tours to paranormal attractions, shops, spa and various events, there are a wide variety of things to do and see while aboard the ship. We hope you enjoy your stay aboard the Queen Mary and take advantage of all the wonderful sites, sounds and tastes, the ship has to offer.

Parking Fees:
Special hotel parking is located adjacent to the entrance of the ship. Self-parking is $18/day or $20/night and valet parking is $22/night.

Pet Fees:
A non-refundable cleaning fee of $75.00 is paid upon check-in. The pet may not exceed 25 pounds and only 1 pet per room.

Tripster Customer Reviews

Kayleen Taylor Price
1 Review
"Weekend Fun"
September 2018
Really excited to stay abord this great ship! The room was nice, loved the old vents on the walls that worked & fresh breeze from the port hole. Bummed the walls were so thin i could hear the conversation in the next room but made do.

The 8pm. ghost tour was great!!! Loved going into lower parts of the ship!!!

We had the breakfast buffet the last day... hubby has been sick all day from it & the wait staff was rushing us to get our food, very disappointing
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104franw
Brownsville
"Not worth the money"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed November 09, 2019 NEW
The entrance fee was too expensive for the tour. There were limited places to see. There was no guide to explain the stories or history. We ate in the restaurant, but didn't think the food was that good.
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Deb K
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
"Something that must be done once in your life..."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 07, 2019 NEW
Getting to the QM took intense attention since there was road construction. Once there the ship was overwhelming. I had reservations for a couple nights. I found the parking fees to be a bit over the top along with resort fees when there weren't a lot of amenities to participate in that didn't already have additional fees. WiFi was intermittent. There was a slight discount on the tour pricing if lodging on board. The evening ghost tour I did not feel was worth the effort, it repeats a lot of the glory days tour. If you are interested in a ghost tour, invest the time and do the actual ghost hunt tour. You work with an actual paranormal investigator and check out areas of the ship that may not be open to the other tours. It does extend to the wee hours of the morning so make plans to stay aboard or at least not have to work the next day. The ship itself is fascinating and well worth the two days. Some areas were not accessible, such as the pool area. Some areas have strong smells, like the engine room and boiler room. The first class room is luxurious and having port holes (windows) is good because air conditioning is not adjustable to temperature. There was a cruise ship parked nearby and the intercom system was quite loud even across the bay. Be mindful if there are people staying in the next room, walls are thin, and you can hear everything. What would be interesting is if they had examples of the original rooms set up for the visitors to experience. Both as a passenger ship and an example of the conditions aboard when operating as a troop transport. Food on board was way below the standards I was expecting. Only the cafe offered breakfast (unless you want heat and eat packaged goods from the Starbucks), and it was way over priced for the quality of food offered. The "fine dining" could use a bit more information on the web page and the menu board at the base of the steps. Proper dress is required, but you don't find out until on board, at the top of the steps, and standing inside the doorway...there on the hostess desk it is posted in a passive aggressive style. Oh they also require reservations. Menu items are a la carte unless you get the special of the day. Also something they don't mention, even if you can understand the thick accent of the waiter. The food was very disappointing for the atmosphere and price. The bar area offers standard bar fare but it is nice sitting outside and the art-deco decor inside is interesting. Staying on board gets no breaks when it comes to meals. There is a free bus that can transport you across the bay for shopping and restaurants. There were supposed to be water taxis available too for a small fee but it may be necessary to call about scheduling. They were scheduled the days I was there but there were none running. I highly recommend staying on board and a couple of the tours, I also recommend taking the bus or water taxi across the bay if you get hungry.
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okfine9
chicago
"chow on the queen"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed November 06, 2019 NEW
if you want to visit a cool place. visit the queen mary. you can either stay at the hotel on board the ship or just be a visitor and shop the shops with are respectable in price and product. then have chow on board at one of the restaurants /lounges aboard her. prices are also decent for where u r at. the hotel prices are also not bad. we have been there a few times even flying out there in order to celebrate our anniversary at the queen. there are also cruise ships that dock next door to the queen every day.
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196dr
"Tour Day"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed November 05, 2019 NEW
Converted into a hotel in the 60s, this queen is still majestic and her crew is very knowledgeable and passionate about their work. 30 dollars for 3 guided yours, more if you have time. Also a romantic place for meals and drinks. Lots of special events.
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musicprofessor1
Schaffhausen, Switzerland
"Great Ship, fantastic Location but low Maintenance"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed November 05, 2019 NEW
October 2019 - Stayed there a few Days. It was my 25 Visit since 1981. I had the Queens Cabin. But the Ship and the Hotel is in bad shape and badly maintained. Everywhere you see rust. A real Shame for a Historic Landmark!
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Queen Mary

What amenities are available onboard?
The following room amenities are available to the Queen Mary hotel guests:
•    100% non-smoking hotel
•    Air-conditioned Staterooms and Suites
•    Authentic Art Deco dècor
•    Original rich wood paneling from across the world
•    Original artwork
•    32" LCD flat-screen TV with satellite and Pay-Per-View movies
•    Wi-Fi Internet
•    Relaxing Green Tea & Willow Archive products
•    Hair dryer
•    Iron/Ironing board
•    Pillow Top Perfect Sleeper Serta Mattresses
•    Room service available from 6:30 am - 11:00 pm Sunday through Thursday and 6:30 am - 1:00 am Friday and Saturday

Throughout the hotel, guests can enjoy:
•    Guided Tours, Shows, and Exhibits
•    Audio tour included in all hotel purchases
•    Ship Model Gallery included in all hotel purchases
•    Assistance in planning your getaway
•    Fitness center
•    Business center
•    Queen Mary Spa
•    Boutiques and shops
•    Pet-friendly hotel

When are the check-in and check-out times?
Guests may check-in to their room starting at 4:00 pm. Guests can check-out of their room until 12:00 pm.

Is parking available?
Yes. Special hotel parking is located adjacent to the entrance of the ship. Self-parking is $20 per night and valet parking is $22 per night.

Are dining options available throughout the hotel?
Yes. The Queen Mary boasts a wide assortment of dining options for families including the Promenade Café and the Midship Marketplace. Ask your front desk associate about our dining options upon check-in for additional information.