Time Out says
Posted: Wed Sep 25 2013
This grand cruise ship hasn't sailed since the 1960s; these days, it multitasks as a rather muddled tourist attraction, several eating and drinking spots (the bar is a wonderful Art Deco glory) and, of course, a hotel. Unsurprisingly, given the boat's age (it was built in 1936), the guest cabins aren't huge. Still, that's hardly the point: they're handsome, historic and nicely maintained.
What's on at Queen Mary
Ice skating, Things to Do
Cozy up—and make sure to bring your jacket—to the Queen Mary for Chill. It's the time of year when the iconic ship is transformed into a Winter Wonderland, with an ice kingdom featuring frozen sculptures, a castle, an ice queen, a towering 100-foot ice...
Things to Do, Events & Festivals, Nightlife
Ring in 2015 aboard the Queen Mary. The 21 and over party has something for everyone on New Year's Eve—whether you want a more mellow evening with food, drink and live musical performances (think: dueling pianos, 80s tribute bands, jazz and more) or to...