Cunard Offering 3 Nights Free Hotel In NYC
Cunard guests booking a Transatlantic Crossing on board Queen Mary 2 before Dec. 14, 2015 can receive three nights complimentary hotel accommodation in New York. The offer applies to participating crossings made between May 2016 and May 2017.
Cunard ships have crossed the Atlantic every year since 1840. Now, 175 years on, the voyage represents one of life’s greatest travel experiences which can be enjoyed in luxurious surroundings, on board Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2.
Cunard’s New York on Us offer allows guests booking a Balcony Stateroom on any of 21 crossings starting next spring and running until May the following year, to enjoy three nights (room only) at the stylish Hilton DoubleTree, a stone’s throw away from some of the ‘must see’ attractions such as Central Park, Times Square and the Rockefeller Center. Cunard Grills guests can enjoy their three free nights at the exclusive 5-star Langham Place Hotel, Fifth Avenue.
Angus Struthers, Cunard Marketing Director, said: “A Transatlantic Crossing provides a rare and welcome opportunity to leave the everyday world behind, with a highlight of each voyage being the dramatic arrival in (or departure from) the world’s most exciting city. Our New York on Us offer means Queen Mary 2 guests choosing one of these participating voyages can enjoy the unique experience the city provides as a perfect way to start or end their Cunard voyage.”
Queen Mary 2 will be remastered to deliver new levels of luxury and innovation next summer. All but two of the 21 Atlantic Crossings included in the New York on Us offer depart after the liner’s spectacular transformation, which will provide new levels of luxury.
New York on Us Cunard Fares start at £1,449 ($2,204 USD)per person in a Balcony Stateroom rising to £2,939 ($4,485 USD) per person for a Princess Grill Suite. Terms and Conditions apply.
For further information visit; www.cunard.co.uk but to make your booking please call 0843 374 2224.
SOURCE: Cunard press release
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