HISTORY, INFORMATION, AND RATES
On May 27, 1936, the Queen Mary departed from Southampton, England embarking on her maiden voyage. She boasted five dining areas and lounges, two cocktail bars and swimming pools, a grand ballroom, a squash court and even a small hospital. The Queen Mary had set a new benchmark in transatlantic travel, which the rich and famous considered as the only civilized way to travel. She quickly seized the hearts and imaginations of the public on both sides of the Atlantic, representing the spirit of an era known for its elegance, class and style.
Since her retirement from the sea as an active liner in 1967, the Queen Mary has never been more popular as an iconic Southern California attraction, hotel, and venue for special events. The ship carried some 2.2 million passengers in peacetime and 810,000 military personnel in the Second World War, but here in Long Beach, an estimated 50 million people have visited. The day the ship was launched in 1934, a well-known English psychic, Lady Mable Fortiscue-Harrison would predict, “The Queen Mary will know her greatest fame and popularity when she never sails another mile or carries another fare-paying passenger.” A compelling insight!
Whether it's the authentic polished wood panelling, the original 1930's 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 - its an entire experience.
Deluxe Staterooms - $149.00 plus taxes and fees
Our most popular room! Space and luxury are the defining attributes of the Deluxe Stateroom. The preferred choice of first-class travelers back in the day, the Deluxe Stateroom also includes a large built-in headboard with bookshelves, as well as operable porthole(s). The rich polished wood and Art Deco décor give guests a 1930’s feel without ever sacrificing the convenience of modern amenities. Additionally, several of our King Deluxe Staterooms are on the starboard side and include beautiful Long Beach Harbor views. Deluxe Stateroom can accommodate 2 guests with either 1 king bed or 2 twin beds.
Family Staterooms - $179.00 plus taxes and fees - Only rooms with 1 King, 1 Twin bed are still available (2 Queen Beds is SOLD OUT)
Making the long journey from Southampton, England to New York City families often opted for larger accommodations, making the Family Stateroom an ideal choice. Today, just because you won’t be spending a week at sea doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a little extra space. Some feature two bedroom areas and authentic built-in storage, these rooms provide ample space for the entire family without losing any of the cozy charm of the other staterooms. Family Stateroom can accommodate up to 4 guests with either 1 king and twin bed or 2 queen beds.
Additional Room Categories and Rates are based upon availability at time of booking.
CHECK-IN TIME: 4:00pm CHECK-OUT TIME: 11:00am
TAXES AND FEES:
Taxes: 15.195% Hotel Occupancy Tax, State, and Local taxes (subject to change)
Facility Fee: $9.95 per sateroom, per day - a portion of this fee is used for the restoration and perservation of the Queen Mary. This fee also includes a self-guided audio tour of the ship, guest room internet access, access to fitness center, plus 50% off of selected guided tours and attraction tickets.
A credit card is required to guarantee your reservation. The hotel will charge 1 night room and tax to the credit card approximately 30 days prior to arrival. All additional expenses and incidentals incurred during your stay will be charged to your account and is payable upon checkout.
All rates are quoted in USD.
Self Parking will be discounted 20% off the 2020 current rate for all 99s attendees staying at the Queen Mary Hotel.