Dubai, Hong Kong & Tokyo
Onboard Cunard - Queen Elizabeth
Why book…
  • Trek to Victoria Peak; the highest peak on Hong Kong Island and see one of the world's most beautiful skylines at Victoria Harbour
  • Immerse yourself in Busan culture and take in the panoramic vistas from the water-side Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
  • Visit Kitano-Cho and see the Gothic Victorian stone houses built above the old city, a much-visited neighbourhood on the northern edge of Kobe
Overview Itinerary
The Ship
Take a voyage with Cunard Line and you’ll discover a world where top-class service, luxurious surroundings, and awe-inspiring facilities are synonymous with its reputation, proudly built up over its 175 year history. A place where all your senses are satisfied in glorious style - whether it’s top to toe pampering in the spa and experiencing new destinations ashore by day, or savouring gourmet cuisine and the best entertainment at sea each evening. Queen Elizabeth is the newest addition to the Cunard fleet and the third ship to bear the name. She was launched by her namesake, Her Majesty The Queen, in late 2010. Sporting the same black and white livery of her predecessors, on board she combines Cunard’s elegant styling of wooden balustrades, marble floors and sumptuous furnishings, with all the contemporary and innovative touches of the modern era. Amongst her impressive features are a three deck high Grand Lobby, complete with its 18-foot tall David Linley marquetry panel of the original Queen Elizabeth, a Cunardia museum charting the cruise line’s history, and an onboard library with over 6000 books. Queen Elizabeth starts the year with her three month Round the World voyage, taking in exotic destinations such as the Far East, India and Africa. Southampton is her home port year-round, with her voyages ranging from short break cruises to 7 to 17 night cruises around the Mediterranean, Northern Europe and the Canary Islands.

Food
The Britannia Restaurant is the main dining venue for guests on Queen Elizabeth, famous for its gourmet cuisine and high levels of service. The restaurant offers a choice of traditional style dining, with either an early or late sitting, along with the option of flexible any-time dining. Guests staying in the Queen Grill level staterooms enjoy their own reserved table in the Queen Grill each evening; while Princess Grill stateroom guests can opt for any time dining in the Princess Grill from 6.30pm to 9.00pm. The Lido offers casual buffet style dining throughout the daytime, and in the evening partly transforms into one of three select dining venues - there’s Mexican cuisine in Aztec, Asian inspired fare in Jasmine, or South American grilled dishes in Asada. The Verandah restaurant presents an acclaimed sampler menu and a host of French style culinary treats.

Drink
From your morning cappuccino and afternoon tea to champagne and cocktails in the evening, you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to bars and lounges onboard Queen Elizabeth. The Queen's Room harks back to a bygone era, with its traditional afternoon tea of cucumber sandwiches, scones and freshly brewed tea, served by white gloved waiters; to the setting for elegant balls and dancing in the evening. The Garden Lounge is inspired by Kew Gardens and the perfect spot to chill with an al fresco coffee and a book. The Grand Lobby is home to Cafe Corinthia and its selection of refreshing teas, freshly brewed coffees and tempting sweet treats. The Commodore Club overlooks the bow of the ship and the perfect spot to sit back and admire the view whilst sipping a cocktail. Overlooking the Grand Lobby, the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar is luxury personified; offering up a menu of seven Veuve Clicquot champagnes in stylish surroundings. By contrast, The Golden Lion is an authentic British pub combining a traditional pub lunch menu and ice cold beers and ciders with a convivial atmosphere. Whatever your tastes, Queen Elizabeth is sure to amaze you time and time again.

Entertainment
The evening entertainment on Queen Elizabeth brings your day to close in style whatever your taste. The three-deck high Royal Court Theatre hosts an entertaining blend of production shows, musical extravaganzas and film shows. The Garden Lounge offers live music and occasional Supper Clubs under the stars. The Commodore Club presents piano music and singers to entertain each evening, along with stunning sunsets as a backdrop. The Golden Lion brings together Karaoke, pub quizzes and big screen sporting events in a casual setting. The Yacht Club features a unique compass-style dance floor for onboard revellers looking to party into the small hours.
Day 1-3: UK – Dubai
Fly from your selected UK airport to Dubai and make your way to the 4* Armada BlueBay Hotel JLT for your 3 night stay.
Day 4-5: Dubai – Hong Kong
Check out your hotel and make your way to the airport for your flight to Hong Kong. When you arrive make your way to the 4*Dorsett Mongkok for your 2 night stay.
Day 6: Hong Kong
Check out the hotel and make your way to the cruise port where you will embark on board Queen Elizabeth.
Day 7: Hong Kong
Hong Kong is an autonomous territory in South East China. Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 19th century to a bustling metropolis filled with high rise buildings and infused with culture. Hong Kong is a shopping paradise; discover a wide range of shopping experiences at Causeway Bay, Sheung Wan, Harbour City, Festival Walk and Tsim Sha Tsui. Dine in a traditional restaurant and sample a world of exquisite, mouthwatering local cuisine including noodles, dumplings and rice. Visit Mickey Mouse at the Disneyland Park, or relax on the white sand at Repulse Bay. Trek to Victoria Peak; the highest peak on Hong Kong Island and see one of the world's most beautiful skylines at Victoria Harbour. Visit the historical temples including Man Mo Temple and Po Lin Monastery for an insight into the local culture.
Day 8-9: At Sea
Day 10-11: Shanghai
Shanghai could be described as the modern jewel in the crown of China. One of the most cosmopolitan cities of the East, with influences from Europe and America but still retaining a Chinese foundation, this is a modern metropolis that you won't want to miss. Take a walk around the captive waterfront and see for yourself the magnetism that this city holds.
Day 12: At Sea
Day 13: Busan
The South Korean city of Busan is famous for its mountains, temples, and beaches. Visit bustling Haeundae Beach, home to the Sea Life Aquarium and Folk Square, or relax in a bar at Gwangalli Beach and enjoy the views of the modern Diamond Bridge. Dine on the freshest seafood fare at a seafood eatery at Jagalchi Fish Market. Immerse yourself in Busan culture and take in the panoramic vistas from the water-side Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. Shop til you drop at the gigantic Shinsegae Centum City or catch a glimpse of the crashing waves below through the glass bridge at Oryukdo Skywalk. Follow the scenic hiking trails to Geumjeong Mountain to admire the Beomeosa Temple, a Buddhist shrine that dates back to 678 AD.
Day 14: At Sea
Day 15: Kobe
Kobe is a bright and contemporary city. At Meriken Park on the waterfront you can see modern art installations and fountains. Kobe is also home to iconic architecture such as the red Kobe Port Tower and the Kobe Maritime Museum. Take in the sights from the fifth floor of the Port Tower. Venture further into the city centre to see Sorakuen, a traditional Japanese landscape garden. Tuck into some Kobe beef, a tender and flavoursome meat typically served as steak. Visit Kitano-Cho and see the Gothic Victorian stone houses built above the old city, a much-visited neighbourhood on the northern edge of the city.
Day 16: At Sea
Day 17-18: Tokyo
Disembark in Tokyo and make your way to the 4* Hotel Monterey La Soeur Ginza for your 2 night stay.
Day 19: Tokyo – UK
Check out the hotel and make your way to the airport for your flight back to the UK.
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Price per person from only
£2859
March 2020 - 18 Nights - Flying from selected UK airports to Dubai
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