Queen Mary Hotel

Queen Mary Hotel

Publish Time:2016-02-28 20:55:25Source:WTCF

【Introduction】:During the Second World War, the Queen Mary was a warship that was repainted to disguise itself and deceive the public.

During the Second World War, the Queen Mary was a warship that was repainted to disguise itself and deceive the public. She was dubbed “Grey Ghost.” The legendary Queen Mary Hotel is a perfect choice for the visitors who are fond of exploring adventure abroad to have an order and live in.

Until today, she still holds the record of the biggest-amount of passenger transporting in one way with no vessels breaking the record of its transporting about 16,000 American soldiers to Britain in the period of Second World War and for this reason, she has managed to make a great contribution to the collapse of the Germany power during the Second World War. You will definitely have a sense of her former glory and elegance if you stay at the hotel. At that time, the German League even offered a reward of $250,000 to destroy this legendary warship.

The Queen Mary now has become a unique floating hotel, leaning on the Long Beach. Visitors can stay in this time-honored liner turned hotel and also enjoy the charming scenery of the Long Beach.

Address: 1126 Queens Highway, Long Beach, CA 90802

Telephone: 001-877-3420742

Website:www.queenmary.com

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