Solo Luxury on the North Atlantic.

The new single cabins, what can I say? We visited with an extremely accommodating guest on deck 2, I think his name was Edward (if you’re reading this, please say hi) and we were blown away by the luxury and scale of his cabin. Trust me when I say I am sirely tempted to ditch Mr. CunardCritic and try one of these by myself!

The cabin windows are two oversize portholes, previously it was the photo gallery (more of which anon) so those of you familiar with Mary will realise the size! Cunard have thoughtfully fitted a window seat for the crusty old devotee of the North Atlantic (as the late John Maxtone-Graham entitled us) to sit and watch the waves crash by from. You see now why I so want one of these.

The bed linen is gorgeously blue and gold and richly embroidered, I want to sleep in that bed!

The bathrooms feature glass walk in showers, please can these be rolled out across the ship please, and are enormous. In room is a soft chair and dressing table (yes with kettle, but room service is still available).

Cunard did suggest they were going to be looking at the pricing structures for these cabins  but I suspect as word leaks out they will be in high demand. just imagine starting your day with a cup of tea watching the waves from your own window seat, bliss!

 

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1 thought on “Solo Luxury on the North Atlantic.”

  1. I’ve heard that the prices for these cabins are high? I hope that this isn’t the case as I’d really love to try them out. I’ve sailed on QM2 once and as a single traveller could only afford an inside cabin. It would be wonderful to have a view or even a balcony, but I won’t if these new cabins are priced to even out price the single traveler.

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