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Queen Elizabeth deck 2 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Queen Elizabeth deck 2

  • Royal Court Theatre (balcony level 2 of 3)
  • Atrium (mid level 2 of 3)
  • The Golden Lion Pub (capacity 116 seats) is a typical British pub with a full service bar offering beverages, food, live music entertainment. It has an impressive list of international beers, a la carte lunch menu (with fish & chips, steaks, lamb curry, pies /meat, mushroom, cottage), ploughman’s lunch, scampi & chips. The pub’s size is 2960 ft2 / 275 m2, with a small dance floor, evening quizzes, karaoke.
  • Empire Casino has capacity 222 seats (size 6000 ft2/ 610 m2). Smoking here is not allowed. Guests must be 18+ yo. The casino has 88 slots, 7 gambling tables (Blackjack, Roulette), its own full service bar (Empire Casino Bar). Here are offered free of charge gambling lessons. During the 2014 refurbishment, 9 new Single cabins (8 Oceanview and 1 Inside) were installed taking some space from the Casino area.
  • Queens Room (2-decks high, formal dress code) is the ship’s ballroom with large dance floor, daily white gloves Afternoon Tea service. Queens Room hosts evening cocktail and dancing parties, and daily dance lessons (lower level 1 of 2).
  • Queens Arcade is a quite area with panoramic views, for relaxation, reading, coffee, afternoon tea.
  • Cunard Place is the nautically themed onboard museum with past Cunard liners memorabilia.
  • Library is 2-tiered, very well stocked (with 6000+ volumes collection), full time librarians at passengers’ service (lower level 1 of 2).
  • Verandah Restaurant is a French cuisine specialty restaurant (at surcharge).
  • Veuve Cliquot is a classy Champagne Bar with finest selection of Veuve Cliquot Champagne wines, served in Waterford Crystal or in a original bottle. The bar has a la carte menu with with tapas and canapes.
  • Cafe Carinthia is the ship’s patisserie (specialty teas/coffees bar) with complimentary pastries.
  • Britannia Club Restaurant is complimentary (single-seating dining venue for “AA” Balcony Room category guests only) with made-to-order menu.
  • Chart Room (capacity 77 seats) has panoramic sea views, full bar menu, vast selection of whiskies and scotches; live jazz and piano music performances, nautical interior (old maps, ship models and artifacts). The room has 2 oil paintings of the Britannia steamship (the Cunard’s first ship) and Servia (Cunard’s first steel ship).
  • Britannia Restaurant is 2-level Dining Room (capacity 1351 seats). Its interior resembles the magnificent Cunard and White Star Line dining saloons. The dining room operates with open seating for Breakfast and Lunch, and with 2 fixed Dinner sittings (at 6 and 8:30 pm). It offers European cuisine, American favorites, British traditional meals, ports of call (itinerary-based) and seasonal/regional ingredients dishes (lower level 1 of 2).
  • Single cruise cabins from 2002 to 2018, all of which are with portside location, in categories KC-Oceanview (8 rooms) and LC-Inside (1 room).