Luxury cruise line Cunard has increased its Britannia Club accommodation experience on the new ship Queen Anne by more than twofold - a volume increase of over 200 percent versus other ships in the fleet.
Set to sail in early 2024, Queen Anne will offer guests an upgraded level of luxury with various rooms catering to every type of guest, from Britannia staterooms to Britannia Club through to Princess and Queens Grill Suites.
Guests staying in Cunard’s one-of-a-kind Britannia Club will have the opportunity to dine in the dedicated Britannia Club Restaurant located in the heart of the ship adjacent to the Grand Lobby, overlooking panoramic views of the ocean. Additionally, guests will have their very own table, reserved exclusively for the entire duration of their cruise. Served by Cunard’s famous White Star Service trained crew, guests can indulge in breakfast, lunch and dinner anytime.
Queen Anne’s Britannia Club staterooms are designed by world-renowned Sybille de Margerie, whose outstanding portfolio includes the Mandarin Oriental and Atlantis The Royal Residences. Each of the 162 staterooms features a balcony, a striking palette of blue hues adorned with Cunard-inspired paper-cut frame artwork, bespoke bedside lamps, and more.
“Whichever stateroom or suite a guest chooses, they will be steeped in luxury, and with the design of Queen Anne, we have responded to increasing guest demand for our Britannia Club experience,” said Sture Myrmell, President, Carnival UK. “Guests looking to make their onboard experience even more special will now have more opportunity than ever to book one of these coveted staterooms.”