The Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA

1126 Queens HighwayLong Beach, CA 90802
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Overview

Have you ever stayed in a hotel that’s a boat? When you book your stay at The Queen Mary, you can say that you have! Rooms feature 1930s artwork and décor aboard the legendary ocean liner. There’s plenty to do aboard the ship — or, hotel. From historic tours to paranormal sightings, shops to restaurants, everything you need is right on board. Book your stay at our revolutionary hotel today.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Long Beach Travel Experts
  • Self-parking is $18/day or $20/night and valet parking is $22/night.
  • Pet-friendly accommodations are offered.
  • The iconic ocean liner boasts tours, attractions, shops, spa and various events.
  • Each guestroom is adorned with authentic artwork and rich wood paneling.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • ATM/Banking
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Breakfast (surcharge)
  • Business Center
  • Coffee Shop or Café
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry Services
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facilities (24 Hours)
  • Gift Shop
  • Health Spa/Massage
  • Ice Machines
  • Inside Corridors
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Parking (surcharge)
  • Pet Friendly
  • Porter/Bellman
  • Restaurant on Property
  • Room Service
  • Security Guard
  • Smoke-free Property
  • Snack Bar/Deli
  • Valet Parking
  • Wedding Services
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Description

from The Queen Mary
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
Once a world-class ocean liner, the Queen Mary Hotel offers guests unique accommodations and a wide array of attractions that simply cannot be found anywhere else.

Whether it’s the authentic polished wood paneling, the original 1930s 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 – it’s an entire experience.

From historic tours to paranormal attractions, shops, spa and various events, there are a wide variety of things to do and see while aboard the ship. We hope you enjoy your stay aboard the Queen Mary and take advantage of all the wonderful sites, sounds and tastes, the ship has to offer.

Parking Fees:
Special hotel parking is located adjacent to the entrance of the ship. Self-parking is $18/day or $20/night and valet parking is $22/night.

Pet Fees:
A non-refundable cleaning fee of $75.00 is paid upon check-in. The pet may not exceed 25 pounds and only 1 pet per room.

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nomadxx2016
London, United Kingdom
"The old lady looks a bit tired!"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 13, 2018 NEW
Enjoyed our one night stay to celebrate an event but the hotel is very run down. Everything looks as if it needs a good clean. Reception check-in took ages and they weren’t very welcoming. The wait staff at Sunday Champagne brunch were fantastic- very professional, friendly and fast. The champagne keeps on coming! The food was good. What surprised me most was the way other guests were dressed in the evening - extremely casually like they can’t be bothered.
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Hollywood20182018
Duryea, Pennsylvania
""Nice look into the past""
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 13, 2018 NEW
Enjoyed our stay on the ship. Room was very clean and surprisingly spacious. However, air conditioning was loud and difficult to control. The food and service in the restaurants were very good. The ghost tour and overall atmosphere were interesting and fun.
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QueenCeCe
"So much to see!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 12, 2018 NEW
There is so much to see! I went one night and didn’t get to see it all. I was able to walk freely about most of the ship and explore. They have impeccable staff. They are very polite and stop what they’re doing to help. Great food options! Awesome breakfast buffet at the cafe and lots to do on the ship. Love it and can’t wait to go back.
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21dianna729
"love the Queen Mary"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 12, 2018 NEW
need a refrigerator. great service. Im trying to talk my husband into staying the night there for our anniversary! had to walk quite far to get to our room but it was fun seeing all the stories on all the elevators about ghost sightings!
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Thomas L
Perth, Australia
"A look into the past."
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 12, 2018 NEW
The Queen Mary Situated at 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802-6331 This review is based on our experience at the time of our visit. Yours may be different. We do not glamourise reviews only report what we experienced. We took a taxi from the airport to the hotel location and when we got out and the driver pointed and just said, "over there" well, the first thing we noted was the lack of directional signs but with the size of the ship it was easy enough to find the entrance. From a distance, the ship looks grand but as we got closer you could see she needed some TLC. The paint was flaking off and the black had dulled to almost grey and showing some rust coming through. There was some work going on and at the front of the ship which was getting a new coat of paint. We finally got to the check-in and the lady was very good. We had pre-booked and within a few minutes, we were trying to find our room. The ship is massive and you could get lost I would imagine when she was fully operational but as a tourist attraction, many of the old areas are not open to tourists. We got to our room which overlooked the dockside. Noise levels were not too bad but on the ground, they were getting ready for an attraction with a fair bit of banging and noise but the night time was okay. Our room was just a basic cabin and in its day would have been quite grand but it was obvious things were in need of help. The bathroom was small and the bath had rust around the water exit and the areas around the taps etc could have been a little cleaner. We started to unpack and get the WIFI connected, only this did not work. We tried several times but no luck so with that and the bath looking a little grubby we were given another room. Sleep quality was good the bed was quite comfortable, shower water was hot and the air conditioning was better in this cabin. Our only complaint at night was next door. They would come back late at night and start shouting and banging around and after a few bangs on the wall from our side, the noise eventually stopped. Walls are thin and noise is easily transferred. We walked the length of the ship and there is plenty to see, For men and ladies who like engines, the engine room is very interesting and was an engineering feat in itself to power the ship. The ship was also used during the WW II as a troop carrier and hard to believe that the room we had would have had 10-15 soldiers crammed in on bunks. The English PM Sir Winston Churchhill also used the ship as part of his wartime office which you can visit on board. The troop count was approximately 5000 + on a trip. I think her Wartime name was the Grey Ghost. She was so fast the enemy could not catch her and she made a valuable contribution to the war getting troops to Europe. Take a stroll on the promenade deck and walk where the Movie Stars of yesterday strolled. The ship was a great favorite of many. Audrey Hepburn, Bob Hope, Judy Garland and Walt Disney to mention a few. Some like Cary Grant even booked there work schedules around her sailing times. We had lunch in the Chelsea's Chowder house and the food was very average for the price. We had fish and chips and the chips were cold and skinny and buried under the fish and went soggy, the fish looked good but tasted fatty. The waiter who served us was among the most miserable we came across on our tour across America, possibly more miserable with no tip left. For dinner, we dined at the Sir Winstons restaurant and that was fine dining and very pleasurable and a whole lot different. A good visit and interesting few nights. I think the ship is getting a makeover and it is needed but well worth a visit. If you stay overnight and take the ghost walk or one of many interesting tours onboard.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Queen Mary

What amenities are available onboard?
The following room amenities are available to the Queen Mary hotel guests:
•    100% non-smoking hotel
•    Air-conditioned Staterooms and Suites
•    Authentic Art Deco dècor
•    Original rich wood paneling from across the world
•    Original artwork
•    32" LCD flat-screen TV with satellite and Pay-Per-View movies
•    Wi-Fi Internet
•    Relaxing Green Tea & Willow Archive products
•    Hair dryer
•    Iron/Ironing board
•    Pillow Top Perfect Sleeper Serta Mattresses
•    Room service available from 6:30 am - 11:00 pm Sunday through Thursday and 6:30 am - 1:00 am Friday and Saturday

Throughout the hotel, guests can enjoy:
•    Guided Tours, Shows, and Exhibits
•    Audio tour included in all hotel purchases
•    Ship Model Gallery included in all hotel purchases
•    Assistance in planning your getaway
•    Fitness center
•    Business center
•    Queen Mary Spa
•    Boutiques and shops
•    Pet-friendly hotel

When are the check-in and check-out times?
Guests may check-in to their room starting at 4:00 pm. Guests can check-out of their room until 12:00 pm.

Is parking available?
Yes. Special hotel parking is located adjacent to the entrance of the ship. Self-parking is $20 per night and valet parking is $22 per night.

Are dining options available throughout the hotel?
Yes. The Queen Mary boasts a wide assortment of dining options for families including the Promenade Café and the Midship Marketplace. Ask your front desk associate about our dining options upon check-in for additional information.