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New York To New York

Cunard
By Cunard
4.2 . Great
80%
Travel Style: A lot of free time, with very few inclusions. Ideal for independent and/or low-key travelers and cruisers. Relaxed
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: 3 to 4 star western hotel equivalents. While not all lodging will be 'luxury' they will be quite comfortable by western standards. Premium - 4 star
134 days
From: $ 28,715 $ 214 / day
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Overview

Highlights

  • Step into the Monte Carlo-inspired Empire Casino which offers a full variety of opportunities to tempt Lady Luck.
  • Travel back to the grand old days of Venice at one of our Masquerade balls. Every evening on board is a real event and attending one of our balls in the Queens Room means you're in for a truly special evening.
  • The quality and range of literature available in this beautiful room magnifies the stunning views over the bow. Take the time to linger over more than 8,000 books, in the largest library at sea.
  • Wake yourself up with a brisk walk or breezy jog around our promenade deck. Three laps make a mile!
  • Barossa Valley is famous worldwide for producing some wonderful boutique wines and internationally recognised names.
  • Enjoy an overview of the city followed by a visit to the magnificent South Australian Museum.
  • Combine a visit to Phuket’s most famous temple, Wat Chalong, with the ‘Island Safari’ for an optional elephant ride.

Short Description

On Queen Mary 2’s 134-night World Voyage roundtrip from New York, you’ll head to Southampton and southern Africa. Over the Indian Ocean, a month in Australia and New Zealand leads onto Asia, around the Arabian Peninsula and home via the Mediterranean and Southampton.

This is the "floating city" experience, with multiple ways to enjoy your vacation aboard the ship as much as on land. Ships are multiple floors, provide several activities, culinary, and shopping options. They often make fewer stops and have less time available for shore excursions.
Trip Type Large Ship Cruise
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
3 to 4 star western hotel equivalents. While not all lodging will be 'luxury' they will be quite comfortable by western standards.
Lodging Level Premium - 4 star
Flights & Transport Only ground transport
Start City New York
End City New York

Trip Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Dining 
  • Entertainment
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Flights & Transfers

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Itinerary

Wed 3 Jan
New York, USA
See the bright lights of the Big Apple, international mecca and melting pot, with expensive brownstones, colourful neighbourhoods like Greenwich Village and the Upper West Side and the legendary Central Park. Explore some of the world's great museums. Some come just for the shopping: there’s Bloomingdale’s on Lex, Tiffany’s on Fifth, Barneys and the unique boutiques along Madison.

Thu 4 Jan
At Sea

Fri 5 Jan
At Sea

Sat 6 Jan
At Sea

Sun 7 Jan
At Sea

Mon 8 Jan
At Sea

Tue 9 Jan
At Sea

Wed 10 Jan
Southampton, United Kingdom
The United Kingdom's premier passenger ship port, Southampton was home to the great transatlantic liners of yesteryear. The port serves as your gateway to Southern England’s magnificent historic sites, national landmarks, charming villages as well as the great metropolis of London. Southampton is the ideal starting or ending point for a memorable voyage.

Thu 11 Jan
At Sea

Fri 12 Jan
At Sea

Sat 13 Jan
At Sea

Sun 14 Jan
Madeira, Portugal
You’ll consider Madeira’s reputation as the ‘Garden Island’ well founded, swathed in lush greenery which bears all manner of tropical fruits. For a thrilling overview, ascend by cable car to Monte, from whose delightful palace and gardens you can survey the orange rooftops below. The best way down again is by wicker toboggan, expertly steered by two gondoliers dressed in whites.

Mon 15 Jan
Tenerife
Beloved for its beaches, Tenerife also offers a feast for the eyes – in its numerous art galleries and museums or an incredibly panoramic cable car ascent of Mount Teide. Your ears will appreciate the sounds of the timple, a distinctive element of Canarian folk music. Perhaps even catch a recital at the striking wave-shaped Auditorio, home to the acclaimed Tenerife Symphony Orchestra.

Tue 16 Jan
At Sea

Wed 17 Jan
At Sea

Thu 18 Jan
At Sea

Fri 19 Jan
At Sea

Sat 20 Jan
At Sea

Sun 21 Jan
At Sea

Mon 22 Jan
At Sea

Tue 23 Jan
At Sea

Wed 24 Jan - possible anchor
Walvis Bay, Namibia
The 'Diamond of Africa' is a country of stark beauty and contrasting landscapes. It is home to the world’s oldest desert, the world’s highest sand dunes, and a diversity of people that have created an intriguing blend of cultures and traditions. Found between the sand dunes of the Namib Desert and the Atlantic Ocean, the large natural lagoon of Walvis Bays is home to prolific birdlife.

Thu 25 Jan
At Sea

Fri 26 Jan
Cape Town, South Africa
Not only is Cape Town one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but it is also surrounded by magnificent beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day savour an awe inspiring cable car ride up Table Mountain. Perhaps make the poignant tour of Robben Island or take a cultural trip to Stellenbosch and its surrounding wine lands.

Sat 27 Jan
Cape Town, South Africa
Not only is Cape Town one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but it is also surrounded by magnificent beaches, rugged mountains and bucolic vineyards. On a fine day savour an awe inspiring cable car ride up Table Mountain. Perhaps make the poignant tour of Robben Island or take a cultural trip to Stellenbosch and its surrounding wine lands.

Sun 28 Jan
At Sea

Mon 29 Jan
Port Elizabeth

Tue 30 Jan
At Sea

Wed 31 Jan
At Sea

Thu 1 Feb
At Sea

Fri 2 Feb
At Sea

Sat 3 Feb
Réunion, Réunion
Réunion offers a little taste of French culture on a tropical island whose setting has more in common with Hawaii than Paris. Officially an overseas French department the island is full of cultural Creole buildings as well as an incredible range of geographical diversity, from beaches to flourishing forests. Réunion’s rugged scenic roads and dusty plains could lead you up to see the incredible ‘Piton de la Fournaise’ or ‘Peak of the Furnace,’ one of the most active volcanoes in the world today.

Sun 4 Feb
Mauritius (from Port Louis)
Mauritius was uninhabited until the Dutch arrived in 1635. Their colony lasted about two generations – long enough for the settlers to hunt the native dodo birds to extinction. The capital of Port Louis offers shopping bargains at the old-fashioned central market. Go bird watching at Casela Bird Park. Or set out on a catamaran to admire the sun-drenched beauty of the island, landing on dazzling white beaches and snorkelling amongst shoals brimming with kaleidoscopic fish.

Mon 5 Feb
At Sea

Tue 6 Feb
At Sea

Wed 7 Feb
At Sea

Thu 8 Feb
At Sea

Fri 9 Feb
At Sea

Sat 10 Feb
At Sea

Sun 11 Feb
At Sea

Mon 12 Feb
Perth, Australia (from Fremantle)
Perth’s explosive growth in recent decades has engulfed the old historic port of Fremantle. Eighty-percent of Western Australia’s population lives in and around Perth. This bustling port, known as “Freo” to the locals, sits on the Indian Ocean and offers a romantic, artsy ambiance to residents and visitors alike.

Tue 13 Feb - anchor
Margaret Rive, Australia

Wed 14 Feb
At Sea

Thu 15 Feb
At Sea

Fri 16 Feb
Adelaide, Australia
Connoisseurs of New World wines are in luck. Around a third of Australia's supply is produced an hour or less from church-sprinkled Adelaide, a legacy of German settlers in the early 1800s. Perhaps its best known is the gorgeous Magill Estate, a wonderful spot for a first-class tasting in the rolling South Australian countryside.

Sat 17 Feb
At Sea

Sun 18 Feb
Melbourne, Australia
Originally part of New South Wales, Victoria became a colony in its own right in 1851. The discovery of gold and the development of agriculture propelled Melbourne’s rise to prominence and prosperity. Flower gardens and graceful, tree-lined boulevards add a refined air to Melbourne, regarded as the hub of Australia’s cultural, intellectual and financial life – at least by Melbournians!

Mon 19 Feb
At Sea

Tue 20 Feb - anchor
Kangaroo Island, Australia
There’s far more than simply Kangaroos waiting to welcome you onto the rustically beautiful Kangaroo Island. The third largest Australian island boasts incredible natural beauty, unspoiled beaches and a truly unique opportunity to see an amazing range of animals in their local habitat. As you would expect there is a healthy kangaroo population, along with wallabies, koalas, seals, sea lions, and goannas, a type of lizard that grows up to a metre long.

Wed 21 Feb
At Sea

Thu 22 Feb
Melbourne, Australia
Originally part of New South Wales, Victoria became a colony in its own right in 1851. The discovery of gold and the development of agriculture propelled Melbourne’s rise to prominence and prosperity. Flower gardens and graceful, tree-lined boulevards add a refined air to Melbourne, regarded as the hub of Australia’s cultural, intellectual and financial life – at least by Melbournians!

Fri 23 Feb
At Sea

Sat 24 Feb
Sydney, Australia
Australia’s oldest and largest city was born in 1788 with the arrival of the "First Fleet" that transported 760 British convicts. Gold and sheep breeding propelled Sydney’s development; today it is the largest port in the entire South Pacific. Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”. James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairy-tale body of water”.

Sun 25 Feb
At Sea

Mon 26 Feb
At Sea

Tue 27 Feb
Milford Sound, New Zealand
Spectacular scenery awaits as you cruise by Milford Sound in the south-west tip of New Zealand.

Tue 27 Feb
Doubtful Sound

Tue 27 Feb
Dusky Sound

Wed 28 Feb
Dunedin, New Zealand
Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South of New Zealand and the principal of the region of Otago. In 1865 it became one of the largest cities for the influx of new settlers from Ireland, Italy, France, Germany and China due to the discovery of Gold. Sites not to be missed are the outstanding Dunedin Railway Station and a ride on the world famous Taieri Gorge Train.

Thu 1 Mar - anchor
Akaroa, New Zealand
Akoroa, meaning “long harbour” in Maori, certainly lives up to its name. Set on a beautiful, sheltered harbour, Akaroa is now a popular resort. Seek out the best spots for dolphin watching with tours from the harbour or relax on land at one of the welcoming bars or restaurants. Alternatively take a tour to Christchurch.

Fri 2 Mar
Wellington, New Zealand
Perched in the hills surrounding a sparkling bay, Wellington has the beautiful setting (and crispy weather) of San Francisco. White sails mingle with cargo ships in the Harbour. Charming Edwardian architecture blends into a contemporary skyline of concrete and glass. Culturally the city even surpasses Auckland.

Sat 3 Mar
At Sea

Sun 4 Mar
Tauranga, New Zealand
Tauranga is the largest port on the Bay of Plenty, an appropriate name given the abundant beaches, rolling white waters, hot mineral springs and kiwi orchards. From here you can visit the thermal wonders of Rotorua, where geysers spout, mud boils and steam escapes through cracks in the pavement. The settlement was built on 50 acres given to the British government by the Maori, who had been enjoying the healing hot springs since the 14th century.

Mon 5 Mar
Auckland, New Zealand
In a nation where stunning scenery is taken for granted, this water wonderland sparkles like a freshly polished jewel. Over 48 extinct volcanoes cloaked in wild mountainous scenery encircle the “City of Sails”. An undulating succession of bays and inlets stretch along its endless shores. Even the downtown area with its expansive, farm-like parks exudes a sense of spacious beauty.

Tue 6 Mar - anchor
Bay of Islands, New Zealand
North of Auckland along the narrow Northland peninsula lies the shady “cathedral” created by some of the largest trees in the world: the giant kauri trees which can stand up to 170 feet tall and are over 1,200 years old. Here the captivating Bay of Islands shelters 150 islands, enchanting wetlands of birdlife, fish, seals, dolphins and even whales.

Wed 7 Mar
At Sea

Thu 8 Mar
At Sea

Fri 9 Mar
Sydney, Australia
Australia’s oldest and largest city was born in 1788 with the arrival of the "First Fleet" that transported 760 British convicts. Gold and sheep breeding propelled Sydney’s development; today it is the largest port in the entire South Pacific. Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”. James Michener wrote, “It is a thing of beauty, a fairy-tale body of water”.

Sat 10 Mar
At Sea

Sun 11 Mar
Brisbane, Australia
The Brisbane River meanders through the heart of the city. Elegant Georgian buildings of native sandstone stand next to sleek glass towers. Brisbane is also a superbly landscaped city with jacarandas, flame trees, and bougainvilleas thriving in its semi-tropical climate. Come face to face with koalas, kangaroos and wombats on tours from this laid-back city.

Mon 12 Mar
At Sea

Tue 13 Mar - anchor
Airlie Beach

Wed 14 Mar
At Sea

Thu 15 Mar
At Sea

Fri 16 Mar
At Sea

Sat 17 Mar
Darwin, Australia
On the remote northern shores of Australia’s ‘Top End’, balmy Darwin has grown from frontier settlement into a multicultural modern city. Discover the region’s dramatic history – from Aboriginal heritage to World War II air raids and the devastating Cyclone Tracey – in the museums and galleries.

Sun 18 Mar
At Sea

Mon 19 Mar
At Sea

Tue 20 Mar - anchor
Bali, Indonesia
It is a vision of ethereal beauty, where ribbons of white unravel along an azure sea, emerald rice terraces and stone-carved temples pierce a jade landscape; and Hindu gods inspire the highest form of human creativity. Bali is a place of such physical, cultural and spiritual beauty; it can truly be called a paradise.

Wed 21 Mar
At Sea

Thu 22 Mar
At Sea

Fri 23 Mar
Singapore
Explore multi-cultural Singapore at the gold-domed Sultan Mosque, the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple with its vivid images of Hindu God Vishnu and the calm, lotus-filled lakes of the Chinese garden. A certain Britishness lingers too, so stop by Singapore Polo Club and Raffles Hotel for a tall glass of the pink stuff - a signature Singapore Sling.

Sat 24 Mar
At Sea

Sun 25 Mar
Bandar Seri Begawan

Mon 26 Mar
At Sea

Tue 27 Mar
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (from Phu My)
Welcome to Vietnam’s culinary centre where there is plenty on the menu. The port of Phu My (pronounced “Foo Me”) is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and the seaside resort of Vung Tau. Still fondly known as Saigon, the city is a thrilling, chaotic whirl played out against a French colonial backdrop as the aroma of noodle stalls, the sight of orange-garbed monks and the incessant buzz of scooters create a vivid snapshot of daily life.

Wed 28 Mar
At Sea

Thu 29 Mar
At Sea

Fri 30 Mar
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong is a paradigm of contradictions. On the one hand the city vibrates with modern commerce, soaring skyscrapers and sophistication. But at the same time it is a land of ancient beliefs and intriguing local customs: small, gilded shrines glow with red lamps, joss sticks and fresh oranges; markets are heaped high with salted eggs, squid and every kind of medicinal root and herbal remedy imaginable; red-sailed junks and sampans ply the harbour.

Sat 31 Mar
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong is a paradigm of contradictions. On the one hand the city vibrates with modern commerce, soaring skyscrapers and sophistication. But at the same time it is a land of ancient beliefs and intriguing local customs: small, gilded shrines glow with red lamps, joss sticks and fresh oranges; markets are heaped high with salted eggs, squid and every kind of medicinal root and herbal remedy imaginable; red-sailed junks and sampans ply the harbour.

Sun 1 Apr
At Sea

Mon 2 Apr - anchor
Nha Trang, Vietnam
With a population of 300,000 Nha Trang still retains its small town atmosphere and is well known for the friendliness of the locals.

Tue 3 Apr
At Sea

Wed 4 Apr
At Sea

Thu 5 Apr
Singapore
Explore multi-cultural Singapore at the gold-domed Sultan Mosque, the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple with its vivid images of Hindu God Vishnu and the calm, lotus-filled lakes of the Chinese garden. A certain Britishness lingers too, so stop by Singapore Polo Club and Raffles Hotel for a tall glass of the pink stuff - a signature Singapore Sling.

Fri 6 Apr
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (from Port Kelang)
Port Kelang is the port for Malaysia’s modern and bustling city of Kuala Lumpur, with its fusion of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures. Savour the intriguing jumble of Moorish architecture and stately parks, then train your camera lens on soaring Petronas Towers, the fabulous twin emblems of modern Kuala Lumpur.

Sat 7 Apr - possible anchor
Penang, Malaysia
Penang is an alluring combination of golden beaches and cultural gems. Along the north coast, Penang’s most famous beach is lined with luxury Asian hotels while Malay kampongs sprinkle across a countryside scented with cloves and nutmeg. Admire the giant reclining Buddha and the 1,000 gilded statues of Kek Lok Si Temple. See the elaborate clan house of the Chinese Khoo Kongsi.

Sun 8 Apr
Langkawi, Malaysia
This cluster of 99 islands boasts palm-fringed beaches that are the envy of all Malaysia beside an abundance of other natural wonders shrouded in folklore.

Mon 9 Apr - anchor
Phuket, Thailand
Thailand’s Phuket is one of its most popular resorts and a wonderful place to enjoy a ‘chill out’ day. Embark on one of our Phuket cruises and experience the lush scenery this destination has to offer, its colourful markets and soft white beaches.

Tue 10 Apr
At Sea

Wed 11 Apr
At Sea

Thu 12 Apr
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A landscape draped in greenery, stunning beaches, great wildlife refuges and the ruins of an ancient civilisation beckon visitors to Sri Lanka, an island inhabited by man for perhaps half a billion years. The sights of Colombo are many, a combination of British colonial architecture, historical museums, fine restaurants and shopping especially for sapphires and rubies.

Fri 13 Apr
At Sea

Sat 14 Apr
Cochin, India
Set out on the Malabar coast amid small islands and narrow inlets, this fascinating port, once a major stop along the Spice Route, features a history that dates back to Roman times. Walk along winding streets with 15th-century Portuguese houses. Visit the Mattancheri Palace with its exquisite murals. Step into the ancient synagogue – Cochin's Jewish community goes back over 2,000 years.

Sun 15 Apr
At Sea

Mon 16 Apr
At Sea

Tue 17 Apr
Muscat, Oman
In this low-rise gem, wedged between Arabian Gulf and scenic mountains, your first impression will be of the Sultanate of Oman’s beautiful main palace. Three forts – Mutrah, Jalali and Mirani – stand guard at the entrance of Muscat. Once ashore witness lavish palaces, Zawawi Mosque, its pink marble crowned by a gilded dome, and Muttrah Souq, a jumble of crafts and clothing perfumed with spices and frankincense.

Wed 18 Apr
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is a place of fascinating contrasts, a distinctive blend of East and West, old and new. Gaze upon astounding extravagance at man-made resorts and delve into a culture that has long drawn globe-trotting visitors. The Jumeira Mosque, glittering Gold Souq, or a Heritage Village showcasing ancient Bedouin craftsmanship.

Thu 19 Apr
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dubai is a place of fascinating contrasts, a distinctive blend of East and West, old and new. Gaze upon astounding extravagance at man-made resorts and delve into a culture that has long drawn globe-trotting visitors. The Jumeira Mosque, glittering Gold Souq, or a Heritage Village showcasing ancient Bedouin craftsmanship.

Fri 20 Apr
At Sea

Sat 21 Apr
At Sea

Sun 22 Apr
At Sea

Mon 23 Apr
At Sea

Tue 24 Apr
At Sea

Wed 25 Apr
At Sea

Thu 26 Apr
Aqaba and Petra
Travel to the astonishing hidden city of Petra, Jordan, looming like a mirage that melts into the red sandstone hills of the desert. Dating back to 7,000 B, Petra was the capital of a flourishing civilisation that stretched from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea. Aqaba offers internationally renowned diving and the richest marine life in the entire Red Sea.

Fri 27 Apr
At Sea

Sat 28 Apr
Suez, Egypt
Take in the impressive sight of vast ships waiting to enter the Suez Canal at the southern entrance on the Red Sea. Suez is an embarkation/ disembarkation point for those visiting Egypts historical wonders.

Sat 28 Apr
Suez Canal, Egypt
Take in the impressive sight of vast ships waiting to enter the Suez Canal at the southern entrance on the Red Sea. Suez is an embarkation/ disembarkation point for those visiting Egypts historical wonders.

Sat 28 Apr
Port Said, Egypt
Witness the impressive sight of an abundant vast ships waiting to enter the Suez Canal as you cruise lazily along the fabled Nile. Visit the fascinating National Museum to investigate the dazzling collection of archaeological, prehistoric, and pharonic pieces. One of the icons of the city, the Lighthouse of Port Said, is a beautiful vantage point at the front of the Suez Canal.

Sun 29 Apr
Limassol

Mon 30 Apr
At Sea

Tue 1 May
Messina Strait

Wed 2 May
Naples, Italy
Sail into the beautiful Bay of Naples with its spectacular views of Capri and Ischia islands. This delightful city, ‘Napoli’ to the Italians has something for everyone, from ancient churches and universities, stunning parks, to scrumptious restaurants. A visit to the Museo Archeologico Nazionale to see an abundance of mosaics from the buried city of Pompeii is a must.

Thu 3 May
Rome, Italy (from Civitavecchia)
A visit to Rome is an unforgettable experience. Explore the legends of the ages: the Vatican and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Catacombs. Stroll down the Via Veneto or sip cappuccino in the Piazza di Spagna. Italy's "Eternal City" is eternally fascinating. Throw a few coins in the Trevi Fountain and you may be back again!

Fri 4 May
At Sea

Sat 5 May
Barcelona, Spain
Delve into the Picasso Museum or Miró Foundation. Explore the genius of Gaudí too, as you survey the city from Parc Güell, witness the extraordinary Casa Mila and Casa Batlló, and marvel at his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. After all that sight-seeing a shady spot in one of Barcelona’s numerous cafés provides the perfect vantage point for watching the colourful street performers on Las Ramblas.

Sun 6 May
At Sea

Mon 7 May
Cadiz

Tue 8 May
At Sea

Wed 9 May
At Sea

Thu 10 May
Southampton, United Kingdom
The United Kingdom's premier passenger ship port, Southampton was home to the great transatlantic liners of yesteryear. The port serves as your gateway to Southern England’s magnificent historic sites, national landmarks, charming villages as well as the great metropolis of London. Southampton is the ideal starting or ending point for a memorable voyage.

Fri 11 May
At Sea

Sat 12 May
At Sea

Sun 13 May
At Sea

Mon 14 May
At Sea

Tue 15 May
At Sea

Wed 16 May
At Sea

Thu 17 May
New York, USA
See the bright lights of the Big Apple, international mecca and melting pot, with expensive brownstones, colourful neighbourhoods like Greenwich Village and the Upper West Side and the legendary Central Park. Explore some of the world's great museums. Some come just for the shopping: there’s Bloomingdale’s on Lex, Tiffany’s on Fifth, Barneys and the unique boutiques along Madison.

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Ship Name

QUEEN MARY 2

Ship Stats

Entered Service: 2004
Refit: November 2011
Country of Registry: Bermuda
Speed: 28 knots
Gross Tonnage: 151,400 GRT
Passenger Capacity: 2,620
No of Crew: 1,253
Length: 1,132 feet
Width: 131 feet
Draft: 32 feet

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Flights & Transport

Only ground transport

Group Size:

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Accomodations

Extend your cruise holiday for as many nights as you like with a stay in one of our carefully selected hotels and explore the local sights at your own leisure. All hotel packages include transfers between airport, ship and hotel, luggage porterage and services of our local agent.

The Langham Place, New York
Flagship collection. Available for cruises departing in 2016, 2017 & 2018. Nestled in the city's most coveted district, Midtown Manhattan, a stay at Langham New York Fifth Avenue is unlike any other.

The Langham Hotel - Studio King Suite
This 5-star hotel offers exceptional amenities and attentive service, with contemporary designs and some of the largest hotel rooms in the city. For a touch of luxury, dine at the Michelin Starred Ai Fiori Restaurant or indulge your senses at one of Manhattan's most sophisticated sanctuaries, The Langham Place Spa. Cunard guests will also receive a complimentary and exclusive 'Cunard Cocktail', free Wi-Fi and 15% Spa discount."

Hilton, New York
Available for cruises departing in 2016 & 2017. Stay with sophistication at West 53rd Street and the Avenue of the Americas in Midtown Manhattan.

Hilton, New York
Stay with sophistication at West 53rd Street and the Avenue of the Americas in Midtown Manhattan. Unwind in a choice of a lounge, a barista zone (coffee shop), a restaurant and 2 bars while the stylish accommodation, with wall-to-wall windows and marble bathrooms, provides an elegant retreat from nearby Fifth Avenue stores, Radio City Hall or the Rockefeller Center. Cunard guests booking the New York Hilton Midtown will receive a choice of either a complimentary glass of house wine, beer or soft drink.

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Meals Included:

  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available in the main restaurants 
  • 24 hour room service
  • Traditional afternoon tea is served each day in the Queens Room
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks along with tea, coffee, water and fruit juice are all available 24 hours a day at the buffet restaurants.

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