Best Cruise Cabins

When it comes to cruising, adventure can’t get better, as it’s certainly different from the land expeditions we undertake all year or even through air. There’s something different each time a cruise vacation is undertaken, and it doesn’t actually matter if you didn’t get the 5-star treatment as expected in one of the best hotels, but just the ambience of home while still cruising on a ship is something worth the trip. People who’ve cruised before always enjoy doing so for a number of reasons including elegant ambience, lavish bathrooms, walkin closets and services rendered by butlers. It’s a fact that some exuberant ships don’t offer privacy when it comes to pool areas. Now, we would talk about Queen Anne Suites aboard the Cunard’s Queen Mary 2. Size does matter, but is it everything? Yes it is.

Queen Anne Suites (Cunard’s Queen Mary 2)

The best thing about these suites is it is very spacious and also cozy that features a dining room/living room combination along with tables appropriate for four people, separate bedroom, bathroom decors with marble all over and the walkin closet being the most important of them all. Things you don’t miss aboard this vessel are the views it portrays of the never-ending deep blue sea. If one has a creative bent of mind and is artistic, you could really use whatever views the vessel offers and get to work straightaway while still on a cruise. You could also get creative writing songs or poems or getting a chord or note perfect for a new tune. That’s the magic of being aboard a luxury cruise, get the luxuries seen on land while still vacationing in deep sea.

Starting prices for a 7-day transatlantic cruise aboard the Cunard’s Queen Mary 2’s Queen Anne Suites is $11,895 per head including government taxes & fees and if applicable fuel supplement.