QM2 Queen Mary 2 Deck Plans
Queen Mary 2 deck plans – all facilities and cabins of the most famous of “the most famous ocean liners in the world”.
QM2 deck plans - deck by deck facilities review. Cabins location, numbers and categories. All onboard bars and lounges – names and a concise review with their main features. And here’s the Cunard link to the deck plans in pdf format from the Cunard’s website (right mouse button click on “Save as” one file on your storage device).
Cunard QM2 deck plans
Here QM2 deck plans are offered as links – they will open in a separate window, and you can click on the image to enlarge. In total, the Queen Mary 2 ship has 17 decks (13 passenger decks), with 14 bars and club venues ranging from traditional to up-market (premium luxury), nautically-themed and the two outdoors bars – Terrace and Regatta.
QM2 Deck 1 (plan not provided) holds Tender embarkation/ disembarkation areas. The four so called Hull (below waterline) decks contain the ship’s engines and generators, fuel tanks and storage spaces.
Queen Mary 2 deck plan of Deck 2 & 3L
QM2 DECK 2 - shows the lower levels of the “Illuminations” planetarium, the “Royal Court” Theatre, the ship’s 6-story ”Grand Lobby” (astonishing art works), the “Britannia Restaurant” (lower level), the “Cunard ConneXions” (a computer center with 21 PCs), a video arcade, the “Empire Casino” (13 tables, 120 slot machines, a bar), guest services desks (a tour and a purser’s office) and the “Golden Lion” classic English pub (also casual lunch).
- “Cunard ConneXions” (in partnership with the Oxford University, England) is an education centre for the Cunard Line’s “College at Sea” enrichment programme – seminars, lectures, various themed discussions on economy, politics, history, music, science.
- “Illuminations” is a 500-seat magical hall and the first ever full-scale planetarium at sea (also used as a cinema and broadcasting studio).
- “Royal Court” is a grand theater (1,094 seats) featuring performers from the London’s “Royal Academy of Dramatic Art” – large scale musical productions, renown entertainers, a hydraulic stage, great acoustics, top-notch lighting & sound systems.
Queen Mary 2 deck plan of Deck 3 & 3L
QM2 DECK 3 - shows the upper levels of the based on Deck 2 “Illuminations”, “Royal Court”, “Grand Lobby” and “Britannia Restaurant”, plus its very own “Mayfair Shops”, the premium “Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar”, the “Chart Room” (pre-dinner cocktail bar, a cabaret singer performances), the “Sir Samuel’s” (a premium wine bar), the “Queens Room” (the QM2 ballroom – the first and largest at sea), the “G32″ nightclub (located aft), an Art Gallery (classic and contemporary artists) and an “Image Gallery” (all digital).
- “Britannia Restaurant” (1,347 seats) is a 2-level main dining venue, featuring a sweeping stairway (leading to its grand 2-tiered salon with numerous columns), magnificent cuisine and the largest wine cellar at sea with premium wine selections from all over the world.
- “Mayfair Shops” is a 5,000 ft2 (465 m2) boutique area for 8 classy shops (Chanel, Chopard, Dunhill, Escada, H. Stern, Harrods, Hermes, Swarovski), selling souvenirs, perfumes, high fashion, liquors & jewelry.
- “G32″ has a mezzanine level, the club is named after the ship’s hull number (by the ship building yard).
- “Queens Room” is specially designed for ballroom dancing, but also may accommodate cocktail parties and afternoon teas.
Queen Mary 2 deck plans of Decks 4, 5 & 6
- QM2 DECK 4 - staterooms only in the following cabin grades – B3 & B4 (Premium Balcony), C2 (Vertical Window) and D6, D7, D8 (Interior).
- QM2 DECK 5 - the Athrium and staterooms in the following cabin grades – B2, B3, C1, C4 (Porthole), D1, D5, D6.
- QM2 DECK 6 - cabins in categories B1, B2, C1, C3 (Porthole), D1, D4, D5, the 2nd level of the Atrium and the children area – the “Nursery” (British nannies), “The Play Zone” (kids ages 2-7), “The Zone” (kids ages 8-12), the “Splash Pool” and the “Minnows Pool”. The kids area is supervised by a full-time professional staff and nurses, and all kids venues on board bast the latest “most cool” innovations as equipment and technologies, toys and “kids only” pools and lounges.
Queen Mary 2 deck plan of Deck 7
QM2 DECK 7 (“Observation Deck”) – the sport area with a Gym (with a weight room), the “Therapy Pool” with a huge Jacuzzi, the ” Canyon Ranch SpaClub”‘s lower level, the “Winter Garden & Bar” (afternoon tea), the “Kings Court” (casual dining venue), the “Queen’s Grill Lounge & Bar”, the “Princess Grill” and the “Queens Grill” (both offer single seating). Deck 7 is the Promenade Deck (circling around the whole ship).
- The “Kings Court” buffet (478 seats) serves casual breakfast/ lunch, and at night is divided into 4 themed eateries – “Lotus” (Asian cuisine, 212 seats), “La Piazza” (66 seats, Italian cuisine), “Carvery” (British, 164 seats) and the “Chef’s Galley” (cooking demonstrations, 36 seats) for specially prepared entrees.
- The “Princess Grill” (178 seats) is an top-class restaurant, serving exclusively Suite guests in Junior Suites grades P1 and P2.
- The “Queen’s Grill” (200 seats) is another award winning restaurant, serving exclusively the most expensive highest grades Suite guests in the Q-category cabins.
- “Winter Garden” serves the traditional British afternoon tea – superior “white-glove” service, fresh pastries, sandwiches and only premium freshly brewed tea in the ambiance of bloomed flowers, a waterfall and a piano.
Queen Mary 2 deck plan of Deck 8
QM2 DECK 8 - staterooms in the following cabin grades – Q7, A3 (Deluxe Balcony), B5, B6, plus “The Library” and the “QM2 Bookshop” (both the ever largest at sea), a “Beauty Salon”, the “Canyon Ranch SpaClub” (upper level), the “Todd English” (156 seats, a reservations-only stylish restaurant with a Mediterranean cuisine), the “Terrace Bar” and its pool (there’s also a band stand for live performances).
- the SpaClub (in partnership with Canyon Ranch) is a deluxe facility for Spa, Health & Wellness services and optional themed classes (diet, aging, stress relief). The Spa complex covers (on both decks) more than 20,000 ft2 (1,860 m2) and features a Thalassotherapy pool, a waterfall, a Finnish sauna, a herbal sauna, an aromatic steam-room and 24 treatment rooms, while the Spa services include exotic massages, therapeutic bodywork, mud, aroma-therapy, seaweed treatments, facials & masks, therapeutic body cocoons.
- “The Library” boasts almost 9,000 volumes (including hard- and paperbacks, audio books and CDs), full-time librarians, leather sofas and armchairs as furniture.
Queen Mary 2 deck plans of Decks 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13
- QM2 DECK 9 - cabins in grades Q1, Q2, Q4, Q5, Q6 (all Qs are Duplex accommodations) and D3, the “Concierge Lounge” and the “Commodore Club” (world-class Jazz performances each evening) with the connected to it ”Boardroom” and the “Churchill’s” cigar lounge.
- QM2 DECK 10 - staterooms only in grades Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4, Q5, P1, P2, P3 (all Ps are Junior Suites), D3.
- QM2 DECK 11 - cabins in categories Q5, A1, A2 (As are Deluxe Balconies) and D2, the “Observation Deck”, the “Atlantic Room” (a card playing room, also available for private events & parties) and a large Jacuzzi.
- QM2 DECK 12 - cabins in grades A1 & D2, a pool area (the “Pavilion Pool”) with a pool-bar and 2 smaller whirlpools, the “Boardwalk Cafe” (a casual fast-food venue, offering snacks, salads, burgers and grilled specialties), the QM2 Kennels (the “dog nursery”), 4 shuffleboard decks, “The Fairways”. Next to the Boardwalk Cafe often are staged ‘Drive-In’ movies. The Deck 12 open space equals 21,100 ft2 (1,960 m2).
- QM2 DECK 13 - the ship’s Sun Deck, a “Splash Pool” with 2 smaller whirlpools and the “Regatta Bar”, “The Lookout” and the “Sports Centre” area – a paddle tennis and a half-size basketball courts, 2 golf simulators (51-course 18-holes), quoits, various deck games, a huge chess board.
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