Finally, I had the chance to take my commodore cruise with Cunard on the QM2!
Our cabin, 12015 was inside on deck 12, 157 sq feet and lots of storage and bigger bathroom area than the normal. Deck 12 also has the Pavilion Pool/bar –which is enclosed for cooler weather time. We dined in the Britannia Restaurant.
There are several bar/lounges to choose from and offering a variety of entertainment from jazz, pianist, singers, classical—all wonderful and great to enjoy before or after dinner.
All the shows onboard were excellent - even a Royal Academy of Arts doing Canterbury Tales. Several daily activities are offered—some at small cost like watercolor classes ($35.00). Also, Illuminations is where the Planetarium is—a definite must to do during the cruise.
The full-service spa onboard and nice size gym was great. Dress onboard is pretty casual during the day (even nice jeans/shirt is fine) but in evening is a bit dressy – especially the three Formal nights we had.
A transatlantic crossing is one of those bucket lists things a lot of clients have and I must say, you should take the time to experience one. The Queen Mary 2 was a delightful trip!