Take a look at the Outdoor Spaces onboard Queen Anne

A breath of fresh air

From a morning swim as the sun climbs the sky or lazy lunches on deck, to a walk with a view or a film under a blanket of stars, Queen Anne’s pools, bars, al fresco eateries, and wide-open deck spaces invite guests to connect with the great outdoors like never before. With a choice of inspiring outdoor destinations to discover, each with its own distinctive look and feel, spending time in the open air on Queen Anne provides plenty of moments to remember.

The Pavilion.
Guests will find a wealth of pastime choices at The Pavilion, a clever space that boasts a specially designed glass dome roof that retracts in warmer climes.

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Inspired by beautiful glasshouses, this is the ideal spot for getting lost in a book or enjoying a dip in the pool by day and for meeting new friends over a glass of wine in the evening. Romantic, dappled lighting and the moon and stars above work in perfect harmony to create an inviting setting here, for evenings spent on board. The Pavilion holds both a central stage and a large LED screen, and guests will find open air theatre, block buster cinema screenings, live music, and more. They can settle in to watch a film under the moon on a balmy, Mediterranean evening, or lose themselves to the beats of the band during a night of dancing. The Pavilion spans two decks, both of which offer a range of seating and full hospitality options throughout the day and into the evening.

Panorama Pool Club.
With impressive sea views and a prime position at the aft of the ship, the Panorama Pool Club is a vibrant destination in which to soak up the sunshine and make the most of luxurious days on board Queen Anne.

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Guests are invited to slide into a seat at the bar as DJs and live bands fill the air with the soundtrack to their holiday, lay back on their choice of sun lounger, or enjoy a refreshing dip in the cool waters of the monochrome-striped pool. They can enjoy plenty of opportunities for al fresco nibbles throughout the day, and a full waiter service ensures a freshly shaken cocktail is always close to hand. Guests will also find a selection of seating styles from which to admire the sweeping views out to sea, and a canopy offering day-round shade if ever they’re seeking a little respite from the sun. 

Grills Terrace.
Guests can take pleasure in the sweetness of doing nothing, whiling away hours in the beautiful Grills Terrace, exclusive to those staying in our Princess and Queens Grill Suites.

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Accessed with their suite room key, this peaceful space features two infinity hot tubs with a view out to the horizon, as well as an array of different seating options, ideal for sunbathing with a book or enjoying a glass of something cold and some nibbles. Attentive waiters are on hand to attend to drinks orders and other requests, and to ensure that time spent here is as idyllic as possible. Found in a central location, the Grills Terrace is a superb option for relaxing after lunch, before guests head back to their suite to get ready for the evening ahead.

The Pavilion Wellness Studio.
Perfectly framed by a glass-domed roof that creates a sense of airy openness, the Pavilion hosts an array of Mareel Wellness & Beauty activities including a new addition that makes its debut on Queen Anne: the top deck wellness studio.

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The setting here is one of ambient lighting and soft hues; ideal for kindling a sense focus. Harnessing the inspiring views of the surrounding ocean, guests can relish a sense of calm as they lose themselves in a sequence of yoga postures or mindful meditation, while the sun sets over the horizon. Open from sunrise to sunset for regular fitness sessions, the studio is there to help guests feel their best, offering a range of class options for all abilities. Guests can let the world’s natural elements support their wellness by soaking up vistas of the world outside from the comfort of this tranquil atmosphere.

In addition to these vibrant signature spaces, guests will feel inspired by the feeling of walking on air with aft deck corners that extend out, offering a unique view of the ship and sea. They can take in a full lap alongside the water’s edge on deck 3, savour elevated ocean views from the Sky Bar, and enjoy the Cabana bar for holiday cocktails and deck games.

Sky Bar and Observation Deck.
Whether guests are looking to lose themselves in sparkling sea views as they sail towards their next port of call, or for a shaded retreat to enjoy a relaxed drink, Queen Anne’s Observation Deck and Sky Bar offers just the place. 

Located at the forward of the ship on deck 14, this day-round space is a wonderfully multi-purpose destination, complete with some of the most uninhibited views of any outside space on board. Guests will find a sit-up bar offering the perfect vantage point from which to immerse themselves in the surrounding scenery, perhaps with one of our signature Cunard cocktails, and simply while away the hours relaxing and enjoying some time for themselves. They’ll also find a choice of deck games here, to keep entertained on sunny days at sea. From a full-sized paddle tennis court, to a putting green, driving range, deck quoits, and shuffleboard, there is always something to do at Queen Anne’s Sky Bar and Observation Deck.

Cabana.
Guests are invited to revel in a slower pace of life at the Cabana bar. Inspired by sun-drenched, tropical beach bars, this enticing spot is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the company of travel companions, or perhaps some new friends.

Guests will find a selection of vibrant, rum-based cocktails, as well as other bar favourites, and a few nibbles. The space is partially covered so they can find a shaded area if preferred, but there is also plenty of uncovered open space in which to soak up the sunshine. The theme here is laid-back leisure, so guests can simply take it easy, or if they do feel like some gentle entertainment there are a few games nearby including giant chess. The Cabana bar is also home to two horizon telescopes that can be used to spot other ships or maybe even some ocean wildlife.

Deck space.
When first stepping on board Queen Anne, guests may want to find a spot out on deck to delight in truly memorable sailaways, gazing out at some of the world’s most iconic ports as she departs.

Each and every outside deck has been specially designed by an architect to enhance the guest experience. They will find a variety of outside spaces to enjoy on six decks, whether they’re looking to socialise, or simply find a peaceful spot in which to get lost in a holiday read. For a morning jog or perhaps a gentle walk beneath the stars after dinner, guests should head to deck 3 for a lap of the ship. Should they be looking to meet fellow guests and play some deck games, a variety can be found on decks 10, 11, and 14, from classics like Shuffleboard to a few new surprises.

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