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What do the letters mean when referring to a grade of accommodation?

Different stateroom types are given codes to distinguish them from each other. The first letter of the grade refers to the stateroom type, the second to signify their location on the ship.

 

The codes for the stateroom types are as follows:

Stateroom Type

1st letter of stateroom

Queen Grill

Q

Princess Grill

P

Club Balcony

A

Balcony

B

Obstructed Balcony

C or D

Oceanview

E

Obstructed Oceanview

F

Deluxe Inside

G

Atrium View Inside

H

Inside

I

Single Inside

K or L

 

This should then be combined with the location code:

Code

Deck Height

Location

A

Mid

Midships

B

Mid

Mid Aft or Mid Forward

B

Upper or Lower

Midships

C

Upper or Lower

Mid Aft or Mid Forward

D

Mid

Aft

E

Upper or Lower

Aft

E

Mid

Forward

F

Upper or Lower

Forward

 

Neither of the letters in any code will relate to a specific deck. There are some exceptions to the above rules, and staterooms with a metal fronted balcony are coded as BU, BV, BY or BZ. Queens Grill and Princess Grill suites also sit outside this coding and a graded as Q1 to Q7 (Queens Grill) or P1 or P2 (Princess Grill).

Stateroom Grade Diagram

 

All Cruises

Further information on the different types of stateroom can be found by clicking on the links below:

Queen Mary 2 Accommodation

Queen Victoria Accommodation  

Queen Elizabeth Accommodation

Full deck plans can be seen via "Can I see the deck plans?"

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