The QM2 anchored off of St. Maarten.

Photos taken onboard the Queen Mary 2 from our March 9, 2005 Caribbean Cruise

Finally... due to popular demand, many requests, along with hearing mixed reviews, PAK-N-GO Cruises and Tours cruised on the largest, longest, tallest liner built to date.

...Now we know the truth about the most well known ocean liner to be introduced to date -- Cunard's Queen Mary 2.

 

Our Princess Grill class stateroom 10076 (P1 Category) was very comfortable and spacious. Amenities included a large balcony, walk-in closet, large sofa and seating area, personalized service in the intimate Princess Grill Dining Room, concierge service and more.

 

I never review food onboard a ship because we all have different tastes and preferences. The Queen and Princess Grill food was similar, but different and not the same as the food served in Britannia Dining Room. Also the quality of service was exceptional in our class. I found the food in the Princess Grill Restaurant to be of better taste and quality, comparable to the quality of food found in the pay restaurants onboard other cruise ships.

 

The Queen Mary 2's Grand Lobby decor is nice but subtle compared to other modern cruise ships.

 

We did dine in the Britannia Restaurant to get a feel for the quality of food and service here versus the Princess Grill. PAK-N-GO Cruises and Tours took the time from our vacation to get a feel for what the Britannia Class passengers experience. Would your cruise agent do the same?

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