Classically elegant and refined, Queen Victoria sets sail all over the world. With seven sophisticated restaurants, thirteen charming bars, three luxury swimming pools, a glamorous ballroom and a fabulous theatre, Queen Victoria is well equipped to fulfil your wishes.
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Families are welcome onboard Cunard Queen Victoria. With kids clubs and other activities catering to the younger guests aged two to seventeen, a family cruise holiday with Cunard is bound to be an unforgettable experience for all guests.
As well as 2 outdoor swimming pool areas serving as the hub of the action on sunny days at sea on Cunard Queen Victoria, those looking for a relaxing soak can check out the number of whirlpools, or even the soothingly warm hydrotherapy pool in the spa.
Dining onboard Queen Victoria encompasses all the variety of a modern cruise liner while staying with the traditional touches for which Cunard are so well-loved.
From a traditional game of shuffleboard and swimming lengths in the pool to elegant black tie and ballgown formal nights in the Queen’s ballroom and West End-style shows in the grand theatre, every moment aboard Queen Victoria has a sense of occasion.
Boasting no less than 13 bars and lounge venues, you're never far away from a cosy pint, classy cocktail or bottle of bubbly day or night aboard Queen Victoria.
First trip on Cunard Queen Victoria. Good ship, well presented. Food was really good along with the service. No complaints on our 4 night trip to Amsterdam. Everything went well.
Excellent cruise with Cunard, one of the best!
I’m used to travelling on my own, but by matching me into a table-full of solo travellers for dinners, Cunard exceeded anything I could have expected as it allowed us to find common ground in our interests and so I found companions for exploring on shore during port days plus a partner for the series of daily quizzes hosted in the on-board bars. Additionally we gelled sufficiently to spend the last two evenings together. My stateroom was very comfortable and steward attentive and dining was a wonderful experience. I opted for the flexibility of the buffet breakfast available in the lido which had ample provision for my allergy-related requirements (even going so far as to provide a dedicated Free-From buffet station). I also partook in a room-service breakfast once (also a very enjoyable experience) but partook of my other meals in the Britannia Restaurant where the food was divine but my only room for criticism is that service, particularly that relating to drinks, was very slow - sufficiently so that wines ordered before food would typically arrive alongside dessert menus). Plentiful activities were available all through every day, depending on the individual tastes of anyone seeking to join in, but otherwise the lounges (not so much the open decks owing to the seasonal weather) provided ample opportunity to simply relax.