The Queen Mary was originally built as a luxury passenger liner with 12 floors. The guests were celebrities and wealthy travelers traveling between 1934 and 1967 on the Europe-USA route, with 2,000 guests aboard, each with 1,000 crew members. The Queen Mary has a long and important history. In the days of World War II, the ship was used as a floating hospital, which even transferred military forces from the United States, Canada and Australia to Europe. For this important role, all traces of luxury were removed, and the ship was disguised in gray, and nicknamed the "gray spirit." At the end of the war, it was decided to turn it into a hotel. The rooms have been renovated, but the original design is preserved and if you look around you will feel like you've come back a few decades.
The Queen Mary is large, 330 meters long and has a total area of 100,000 square meters, the hotel has no less than 345 rooms and the prices are between $120 and $350 per night. The boat attracts 1.3 million tourists each year, and 4,000 vehicles to its parking lots.