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Queen Elizabeth Wins Gold For Cabin Design And Luxury Ship

Cunard Line’s, Queen Elizabeth, has been awarded two of U.S. Travel Weekly’s 2014 Magellan Gold Awards for ‘Overall Luxury Cruise Ship’ and ‘Cabin Design’ for her Single Britannia staterooms.

The U.S. Travel Weekly Magellan Awards honour the best in travel. Queen Elizabeth has also been awarded in the past with Gold Magellan Awards for ‘Best in Luxury Ship Entertainment’ and ‘Atrium Design’.

Queen Elizabeth, the second largest Cunard ship ever built, offers the very best of Cunard's heritage and traditions, seamlessly blending Art Deco features with classic and modern day luxuries. With a nod to her predecessor, the original Queen Elizabeth, and the high society culture of the 1930s and 40s, guests enjoy a selection of 12 restaurants and bars, an 832-seat Royal Court theatre with private viewing boxes, a two-storey library, a spa and fitness centre, an outdoor pool and 1,046 staterooms and suites – personal butler service included for those staying within the Queen Grill suites.

The recent addition of the single passenger staterooms on board Queen Elizabeth came at a time Cunard Line recognized the increasing popularity of solo travel. At 159 to 162 square-feet, the ship’s nine new Britannia Single Staterooms are spacious and comfortable, with generously sized 47” (120cm) single beds and central locations. Eight of the nine single cabins face outside and offer plenty of light through large, floor-to-ceiling windows.

Cunard Line has a deep and rich history and is today the only cruise line that still offers a regular transatlantic service between Southampton and New York.

The line is also famed for its extensive world cruise collection. In 1922 the Laconia set sail on Cunard’s first ever world cruise, a 130-night voyage which called at 22 ports. This voyage would begin a love affair with world cruising that is as popular today with passengers as it was almost 100 years ago.

In 2015 Queen Elizabeth shall depart on a 112-night full circumnavigation of the globe, visiting 38 ports in 25 countries and sailing over 38,000 nautical miles.

For more information on voyages with Cunard Line and Queen Elizabteh's 2015 world cruise, please contact one of our Cruise Experts on 0800 008 6677.