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Which cabins have a restricted/shaded/sheltered balcony and what do they look like?

Sheltered Balcony Staterooms - unique to Queen Mary 2 

These spacious balconies, furnished with outdoor chairs and table, still offer you wonderful ocean views and private space on board to unwind throughout your voyage. The only difference is that sheltered balconies are metal, rather than glass fronted, and feature a 70” x 46” inch opening from which you can look out.

These examples are typical of Queen Mary 2's Sheltered Balcony Staterooms, situated on decks 4, 5 and 6.



Shaded Balcony Staterooms - Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria

On both Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria, staterooms 7001 and 7002 are uniquely positioned beneath the Bridge. These balconies are glass fronted – perfect for taking in the scenery as you relax, however as these staterooms sit below the Bridge, they are shaded and offer a restricted view of the sky, so are probably not suitable if you prefer to sit in the sunshine.

These examples (taken from Queen Victoria) are typical of staterooms below the overhang of the Bridge wings.

7002 (picture 1)

7002 (picture 2)

7003 (picture 1)

Restricted access

Please be aware that due to the length of the access ramp which is required because of the height of the step through the door and turning space on the balcony some guests might have issues in trying to access and utilise the balcony.

Queen Victoria cabin numbers: 6001 and 6002

Queen Elizabeth cabin numbers: 6003 and 6004

Additional Information

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