Now permanently moored in Long Beach, this vessel-turned-hotel once ferried passengers and allied troops across the Atlantic Ocean. Even though the ship no longer sails, some of its past guests are reported to still be aboard. While there are many haunts throughout the ship, one of the most famous and most frightening, occurs in cabin B340, which has been closed off due to the extreme paranormal activity.
1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA
314 rooms, 12 floors
For cruise ship fun without leaving the shore, the Queen Mary Hotel is your solution. This 1930s luxury cruise ship took up residence in Long Beach, CA in 1967 and has been one of the areas prized historic attractions ever since. Since the early 1970s, this lively boat-el has welcomed guests to experience the past with a night in one of the onboard staterooms. Rooms feature the ships original wood paneling and refurbished 1930s décor. Guests receive a complimentary self-guided ship tour with room rates. During your stay, don’t miss the variety of shops and the onboard art gallery.
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