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#1
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I would like to know what the deluxe inside cabins are like on Queen Elizabeth. Those on Deck one in particular.
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#2
S.W. England
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They are very much larger than the standard inside cabins. My daughter has had one on several ocassions for the family: 2 adults and 2 children. It is just a shame they only have this type as insides!
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#3
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Joined Feb 2013
Originally posted by Coolgran
I would like to know what the deluxe inside cabins are like on Queen Elizabeth. Those on Deck one in particular.
Coolgran
My wife and I have done over 20 cruises on the Q.E. and Q.V. and always have a deluxe cabin inside cabin, we have found deck 1 very handy for the theatre, getting on and off ship when calling at different ports and only one floor up to the restaurant.
#4
England
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Joined Aug 2016
We stayed in cabin 1063 in November last year. It was huge! A huge 3-4 person sofa, a chair, table, and loads of floor space. The cabin wasn't far from the central lobby and reception desk and gave easy access to the main areas of the ship. We loved it.


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#9
England
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Joined Aug 2016
Just thought I would add to this thread after we have just stayed in inside deluxe cabin 8051 on deck 8 of Queen Elizabeth:

Inside Deluxe Stateroom by Alison, on Flickr

Inside deluxe stateroom by Alison, on Flickr

A different layout from 1063 that we stayed in last time. Slightly smaller and a 2-seater sofa instead of a 3-seater. The wardrobes were in a slightly better position I thought. I would stay in either cabin again.

Now cabins have a small kettle and tea/coffee facilities too.
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#11
England
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Joined Aug 2016
Yes, all Britannia staterooms have tea/coffee making facilities. Grills have Illy coffee machines as well.


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#13
England
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A shot of the tray is here: https://flic.kr/p/X3zNCw (ignore the green tea bags and honey sachets, we picked those up in the Lido). We used it a lots, especially when I picked up a cold and needed to make Lemsips and lemon & honey drinks 🤧


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