A VERY ELEGANT AFFAIR; Add Finesse to a Cunard Voyage by Staying in a Luxurious Grill Suite, Where Supreme Service and World-Class Dining Top the Menu

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A VERY ELEGANT AFFAIR; Add Finesse to a Cunard Voyage by Staying in a Luxurious Grill Suite, Where Supreme Service and World-Class Dining Top the Menu


As any connoisseur of luxury knows, it is the small details in life that turn the every day into the magnificent. On each of Cunard's three ships, those thoughtful touches are in abundance, from the signature white glove greeting at embarkation to the elegant extras that add that je ne sais quoi to your stateroom.

This attention to detail is truly in the spotlight in the renowned Cunard Grill suites and penthouses, creating an unrivalled, refined on-board experience for the most discerning of guests. In both the Queens Grill and Princess Grill accommodation, you'll find tasteful touches such as opulent marble bathrooms - featuring a bath and shower - and a pillow concierge menu, to ensure perfect slumber.

Little touches such as champagne on arrival and pre-dinner canapes delivered to your suite each evening add to the sense of complete, unashamed luxury.

Few places in the world offer such exciting accommodation as the Grills, ranging from the most intimate Princess Grill suites to the majestic 2,249 square feet Queens Grill Grand Suite (includes large balcony) and all options in between. Here you will enjoy a level of comfort that surpasses anything else at sea - and supreme service to match. And who knows what exciting views you will wake up to in these sumptuous surroundings? Guests in Queens Grill suites enjoy the attention of a personal butler, priority luggage delivery and preferential disembarkation; the very special nature of your experience is underlined by exclusive dining rooms, where the maitre d' will greet you by name and your epicurean whims will be catered for. Under the expert leadership of Cunard's executive chef and global culinary ambassador, Jean Marie Zimmerman, winner of a coveted Michelin Star, world-class chefs prepare individual culinary masterpieces, with tableside preparation adding extra flair.

The menu is mouthwatering: from seared pheasant and pan-roasted Gressingham duck to strawberry flambe served with pistachio meringue and Cointreau ice cream, there's something to suit everyone. …

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