It’s like travelling at the pointy end of the plane for days on end with no jet lag!
Cunard’s legendary Queens Grill suites are on all three ships in the iconic fleet. And it’s first class all the way.
Not only will you experience the very best this extraordinary line has to offer, but you will adore the attentive service, space, luxurious accommodation and fine dining restaurants that other ships can only talk about.
It’s what Cunard calls its White Star service, where your white-gloved butler takes care of everything.
Or you may prefer a Princess Grill suite – still luxurious but a little but more like travelling business class.
Queens and Princess Grill suite passengers delight in dinners at the more intimate Grill restaurants with expanded menus and rare delicacies. They also enjoy an exclusive Grills lounge and terrace, which have an exceptional sense of space and tranquillity.
Cunard’s chefs create hand-decorated cakes served daily at the Grills Lounge afternoon tea while the menu in the Grill restaurants have been carefully crafted to offer a balance of new dishes with traditional Cunard favourites.
Queens Grill passengers on Queen Elizabeth enjoy the largest suites on board, which are furnished in real wood and handmade upholstery. They also have their own private outdoor terrace, a complimentary bar stocked with two bottles of wine or spirits of their choice. They are served pre-dinner canapés daily.
Princess Grill suites are beautifully comfortable, all have balconies. Guests have personalised stationery, soft velour robes and slippers and Penhaligon’s toiletries. Bathrooms have a bath and shower.
At the Queens Grill and Princess Grill restaurants, guests can expect to be served venison carpaccio, croquette of suckling pig, crab, crayfish and caviar cocktail for appetisers. Entrees include wild Atlantic turbot, Dover sole, butter poached Scottish langoustines tails, grouse or lobster thermidor.
Cunard has three voyages from Cape Town to Australia on Queen Elizabeth which departs on November 20 next year. There is a 16-night cruise from Cape Town to Fremantle arriving on December 6, a 22-night itinerary to Adelaide arriving on December 12 and 24-night voyage to Melbourne arriving on December 14. See Cunard.com.
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