Unique Long Beach Hotel Accommodations

The original 1930s artwork, the Art Deco style or the operable porthole

Welcome to the Queen Mary

Once a world-class ocean liner, the Queen Mary Hotel offers guests unique accommodations and a wide array of attractions that simply cannot be found anywhere else.

Whether it's the authentic polished wood panelling, the original 1930's artwork, the Art Deco style or the operable porthole(s), there's no question that the Queen Mary Hotel is unlike any other Southern California hotel. Each stateroom is unique with its own personality and offers a real glimps into what transatlantic travel was like during the 30's, 40's and 50's. With an impressive history and tradition of excellence, the Queen Mary Hotel is more than a place to rest one's head - it's an entire experience.

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Conveniently Located in Long Beach

1126 Queens Highway
Long Beach, CA 90802

Nearby Attractions

The Queen Mary nearby attractions and tours offer everything from state-of-the-art rides to walks through historic neighborhoods. Experience world class attractions in Geater Los Angeles

Onboard Shopping

An array of unique shops featuring souvenirs, one-of-a-kind treasures, clothing, memorabilia, historic documents, artwork, and more.

Portside Necessities

Location: Promenade Deck (Portside)
Hours: 10am  - 8:00pm

Centerline Boutique, Starboard Shoppe, Portside Marketplace


Overnight: $30

Oversized vehicles $60.00 per stall

Self-Parking Day Rates:
$25 Flat Rate Before 6:00pm
$10 Flat Rate After 6:00pm


Shop Aboard the Queen Mary

Portside Marketplace
Location: Promenade Deck (Portside)
Hours: 10:00am  - 8:00pm

Starboard Shoppe
Location: Promenade Deck (Main Hall)
Hours: 10:00am  - 8:00pm

Piccadilly Delights (new!)
Promenade Deck (Main Hall)
Hours: Monday - Thursday : 12pm - 6pm | Friday - Sunday: 12pm - 8pm


Aquarium of the Pacific

Featuring 12,000 animals in more than 100 exhibits; the Aquarium of the Pacific is the fourth largest aquarium in the nation.

Catalina Island

22 miles via Catalina Express

An island paradise awaits less than an hour away. Cruise across the beautiful Pacific Ocean from Long Beach Harbor to the magical island of Catalina.

Whale Watching

1.5 miles

Long Beach Whale Watching tours are perfect if you are looking for a unique aquatic and marine life activity.

USS Iowa

7.57 miles away

Built in 1940, the USS IOWA served our country for over 50 years. Visit the new museum in nearby San Pedro.

The Pike

With a variety of restaurants, the legendary Laugh Factory Comedy Club, ferris wheel and open-air marketplace, The Pike is one of the most unique waterfront locations on the West Coast.

Long Beach Convention Center

The Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center is a spectacular multi-purpose complex featuring more than 400,000 square feet of flexible exhibit and meeting space.

Disneyland & Disney California Adventure® Park

This Southern California landmark features more than 60 major rides, 50 shops and 30 restaurants divided among eight themed lands.

Getting to the Queen Mary

From Long Beach Airport 

  • Follow the airport exit signs to Lakewood Blvd. Take Lakewood Blvd. south towards I-405. Take the I-405 North to the I-710 South. Follow the signs for THE QUEEN MARY.

From Los Angeles International Airport - 22 Miles

  • Follow the airport exit signs to West Century Blvd. Turn right on South La Cienega Blvd., then turn left to merge onto I-405 South. Take the I-405 South, then the I-710 South. Follow the signs for THE QUEEN MARY.

From John Wayne/Orange County Airport - 31 Miles

  • Follow the airport exit signs to get onto the I-405 North then take the I-710 South. Follow the signs for THE QUEEN MARY.

Public Transportation

From Long Beach Airport:

  • Take the Long Beach Transit system Broadway/Lakewood from the Long Beach Airport to the Long Beach Transit Mall, then take the free Long Beach Transit Passport bus to the Queen Mary.
  • Take Super Shuttle or Prime Time Shuttle.
  • Take a taxi from Long Beach Airport.

From John Wayne Airport/Orange County Airport:

From Los Angeles International Airport:

  • From any terminal at LAX, go downstairs to the LAX Shuttle stop and take Line G (free shuttle) to the Aviation Station of the Green Line of the Metro Rail Service to the Willowbrook station where you need to transfer to the Blue Line of the Metro Rail Service. Take the Blue Line to the Long Beach Transit Mall, then take the free Long Beach Transit Passport bus to the Queen Mary. For Los Angeles Metro Rail Service time tables Click here
  • Take Super Shuttle or Prime Time Shuttle
  • Take a taxi from Los Angeles International Airport. 

The Long Beach Passport - Route C

Directions...When you are here!

The Queen Mary can be confusing for you land lovers out there...do you know the difference between Port and Starboard? Here's a good way to remember - Starboard contains two letter "R"s, compared to only one in port; therefore, starboard refers to the right side and Port and left both contain four letters...therefore, port refers to the left side.