Queen of the sea
This luxurious time capsule of a hotel is a Long Beach landmark that has floated in the harbor since 1967. The Queen Mary is 1 mile from The Pike, a massive waterfront entertainment district with a Ferris wheel and Laugh Factory comedy club.
Choose your tours
The ship remains a tourist destination with permanent exhibits, shows, and tours. Guests can get interactive with alleged spirits who haunt certain areas of the floating hotel. You can shop at onboard gift stores and have a drink or 2 at the retro Observation Bar.
Built in the 1930s, this hotel is an Art Deco marvel with a full-service spa that offers everything from massages to body scrubs. You can indulge in champagne brunch and high tea or sit down to an elegant dinner at 1 of 3 onboard restaurants.
Art Deco guestrooms
Rich paneling and original photos turn guestrooms into living museums with quirky portholes that open. Modern touches like WiFi, pillowtop mattresses, and flat-screen TVs add comfort. Bathroom toiletries are by Crabtree & Evelyn.