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Queen Mary 2 offers 'A-list Hollywood treatment'

Date Posted: 12 Jun 2009
Holidaymakers looking for a spot of luxury from their cruise break could stay in the water equivalent of a "first class hotel" on the Cunard Cruise vessel, the Queen Mary 2, it has been stated.

Writing for Travelbite, Bernie Friend reveals that he benefited from a great crossing on the vehicle as it completed a six-day sail between Southampton and New York.

The writer highlights that he enjoyed some of the "A-list Hollywood treatment" when on board the ship, which is among the most technically advanced to head to sea.

There are some 14 decks on the vessel, alongside ten restaurants, which provide everything from Italian food to sushi and general snacks, according to Mr Friend.

Meanwhile, travellers can take advantage of the opportunity to keep fit despite being on their holidays at the ship's gym, or complete a more relaxing task such as watercolour painting or listening to lectures from guest speakers.

Furthermore, passengers are greeted by "relaxing violin music" when climbing on board, while the food on offer is described as being as good as anything from a "first rate London restaurant".

The ship made its first sea trip in 2004 and was then considered as the largest passenger ocean liner ever built.

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