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#21
Oakland, CA USA
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Joined Jan 2013
Originally posted by thames_side
I think there is quite a difference between grills in Mary and grills in QV and QE. It would probably be helpful if posters said which ship they were talking about.
On QV and QE I found the princess grill suites little better than the ordinary cabins, just a bit longer, whereas the queens grill suites are quite a good size with a balcony twice as wide. As far as the restaurants are concerned I'm not sure that there is a lot of difference.

Good point. All of my comments pertain to the Queen Mary 2.
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#22
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Originally posted by thames_side
I think there is quite a difference between grills in Mary and grills in QV and QE. It would probably be helpful if posters said which ship they were talking about.
On QV and QE I found the princess grill suites little better than the ordinary cabins, just a bit longer, whereas the queens grill suites are quite a good size with a balcony twice as wide. As far as the restaurants are concerned I'm not sure that there is a lot of difference.
My references are exclusively to the QM2 as well since the only reason I would ever sail Cunard is on a crossing as transportation. Cunard ships are FAR too large for me for a regular cruise.