Classic staterooms transport guests to a bygone era and the heyday of ocean liner travel.
Before the luxurious Queen Elizabeth 2 took to the seas as the world's most famous ocean liner, the Queen Mary rounded the horn in style. Now moored and anchored to a dock at Long Beach Harbor since its last voyage in 1967, the ship is one of L.A.'s biggest tourist attractions and its most unique hotel. Guests stay in the ship's original 365 staterooms, which run from intimate rooms to lavish suites. The ship features Art Deco salons and shopping, while many restaurants and bars line the decks. Diners can enjoy formal California cuisine at Sir Winston's, fresh seafood at Chelsea Chowder House and ocean-view cocktails at the Observation Bar. A full-service spa adds the kind of pampering that once drew Hollywood luminaries such as Greta Garbo and Clark Gable. Lovebirds can take advantage of the onboard wedding gazebo.
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