4* Iceland & New York Stays with 9 Night Queen Mary 2 Transatlantic Cruise - 30 September 2024 - 14 Nights

from £2,399.00

14 Nights 

  • 3 Nights 4* Hotel in Reykjavik, Iceland
  • 2 Nights 4* Hotel in Manhattan, New York 
  • 9 Night Full Board Cruise on the Iconic Queen Mary 2
  • Flight from New York to Reykjavik 
  • Flight from Reykjavik to London 
  • All Baggage

Enjoy a bucket list trip of a life time and join us on the Iconic cruise liner the Queen Mary 2 as she departs New York on a 9 Night full board voyage back across the Atlantic to Southampton.

You’ll fly from London to Iceland and stay 3 Nights in the capital, Reykjavik on a room only basis. Reykjavik is a great city to explore, its size means it’s easy to navigate on foot and you’ll be delighted with the choice of museums, art galleries and cultural center’s like the stunning Harpa concert hall or climb the tower in the imposing Hallgrimskirkju Cathedral. The food scene is also great, from top class restaurants to the famous hot dog stand, Reykjavik has it all.

However, for many a visit to Iceland is about escaping the city to explore its natural wonder and beauty. In the winter months’ people are drawn to Iceland for the Northern Lights, the islands position in the Aurora zone makes it one of the most accessible place to see the lights. The Blue Lagoon draws plenty of visitors although the cheaper options of Fontana and the secret lagoon are great alternatives and the number one tour, the Golden Circle is a must, you’ll see Þingvellir National Park, the highly active Geysir Hot Spring Area with boiling mud pits and the lively Strokkur which spouts water 30 meters into the air every few minutes and the Gullfoss waterfall.

The summer is great time to cruise out from the Old Harbour to try and spot the feeding Whales, take a trip down the stunning south coast or ride a snowmobile across a glacier. The choice is all yours and we will help you plan your trips to make the most of your stay.

You adventure then continues with 2 nights in the Big Apple with your chance to explore the sights, sample the world class cuisine or grab a hot dog on the street or shop until you drop. Take in a Broadway show, be dazzled lights of Time Square or escape the hustle and bustle with a stroll in Central Park. The attractions are almost endless, top class museums attract plenty or jump on the ferry for a free trip out to Staten Island and great views of Lady Liberty.

Once your time is up in New York you’ll board the Iconic Cunard Liner, the Queen Mary 2 for a 9 Night Full Board Cruise across the Atlantic back to Southampton.

Queen Mary 2 is a remarkable flagship, her style and elegance are legendary. Above all, it‘s the space she offers and the luxury for you to do as little or as much as you wish which sets her apart.

Your table is reserved for breakfast, lunch and dinner in one of the sophisticated main restaurants aboard. Each is the home of deliciously imaginative menus, exceptional wines and impeccable service. You may start with such delicacies as Salmon Gravlax with Poached Quail’s Egg or a Croquette of Suckling Pig. For your entrée, you might be in the mood for Dover Sole Meunière or a Chateaubriand, perhaps rounded off with a rich Bitter Chocolate Soufflé or a lighter Mango Panna Cotta.

Whilst the fine dining in the main restaurants is quiet exceptional, for a special occasion or just to treat yourself you can pay a fee to use one of the specialty restaurants. It’s simply a case of deciding what you’re in the mood for. The menu at the Steakhouse at The Verandah features specialty seafood and tender cooked-to-order prime cuts. Within either Kings Court or the Lido, alternative venues include Aztec with its Mexican flavours, Asian delicacies at Bamboo, Italian-themed La Piazza and the Smokehouse, inspired by a classic American grill.

Every evening during your cruise promises a stellar array of entertainment choices. So, whether you’re in the mood for music, dance performances or even magic shows, prepare to settle into your seat. Watch the resident Royal Court Singers & Dancers stage dazzling West End style productions or abridged Shakespeare performances. There is also a hand-picked talented line-up of vocalists and instrumentalists, aerial performers and illusionists, stand-up comedians and variety entertainers.

Live music will be an unmistakable signature of every moment on your ship. Accomplished resident musicians will create an enticing ambience, during relaxing moments and on grand social occasions. The string trio provides a warm welcome on board and melodic accompaniment to Afternoon Tea. The resident pianist sets an elegant tone to evening dinner drinks in the Commodore Club, and you’ll also find harpists and contemporary bands in public rooms and lounges throughout the ship.

If anything perfectly encapsulates Cunard’s service and sense of occasion, it is the prized daily ritual of Afternoon Tea, served by white-gloved waiters from 3.30 to 4.30pm every day in the Queens Room. Indulgent finger sandwiches, scones and pastries accompany Twinings fine leaf teas, as the orchestra provides a melodic backdrop.

You know you’re on a special ship indeed when you can settle into your comfortable seat in the only planetarium at sea. More than this, Illuminations is a luxury 3D cinema and a classical music venue. The planetarium dome can send you on an epic voyage across the solar system, teach you to navigate by the stars, or show other science and natural history films, with up to four screenings on each sea day. With the dome retracted, Illuminations hosts 3D films and stunning concerts and recitals.

Sir Samuel’s is a welcoming venue for an expertly blended tea or coffee. Here, you can indulge your sweet tooth too courtesy of the exquisite selection of confectionery by Belgian chocolatier, Godiva. You’ll find a decadent array of tempting pralines and sublime truffles. Luxurious ice creams with intense dark chocolate in a waffle cone may tempt you more. You could order a hedonistic fondue, with strawberries and marshmallow pieces, or select from a menu of heavenly chocolate drinks.

For many, a good read is an essential part of a relaxing holiday and there's no better time to indulge this passion than whilst on board. You'll find the range of titles available in the beautiful libraries is as impressive as the refined surroundings.

The Queen Mary 2 Gala Balls are highly anticipated occasions on any cruise, They’re the reason you’ve packed your finest dinner jackets and ballgowns, ready to sweep around the Queens Room. An eight-piece orchestra sets the tempo to an evening of dancing. Every event has a glamorous theme, from the traditional Black & White Ball and Masquerade Ball, to a Roaring Twenties Ball and a hat-focused Ascot Ball.

Your Britannia Inside Cabin has a king-sized bed with sumptuous cotton sheets, satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a Mini-bar and complimentary room service 24 hours a day, a writing desk with stationery and a sofa to lounge on. The private bathroom comes with an invigorating shower, Penhaligon's toiletries and robes and slippers. The nightly turndown service, with a 'good night' chocolate on your pillow is the sort of touch you would expect with such luxury and a personal steward keeps your stateroom in fine order.

Should you wish for a view we have prices available to upgrade to an Ocean View Cabin or one with a Balcony where you can sit and relax with a good book and your favourite tipple. To make that special trip even more special we can also offer prices on Club Cabins or Suites.

Price Includes;

  • Flight from London to Reykjavik
  • 3 nights 4* hotel in Reykjavik Room Only
  • Daytime flight from Reykjavik to New York
  • 2 nights 4* hotel in New York Room Only
  • 9 nights full board Transatlantic cruise

Flights from Manchester and Glasgow are available on selected date.

Baggage allowance is 10kg hand baggage and 23kg hold baggage

Prices based on 2 sharing and correct at time of publication

29 September 2024
Inside Cabin

29 September 2024
Balcony Cabin
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