Quantum of the Seas is a fantastically innovative cruise ship known for its' ground-breaking technology, such as the North Star viewing platform, from which you can take in the stunning views Alaska’s coastlines or whichever stunning destination you’re set to explore.
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As well as all the amazing pools to play in and activities to try out, Quantum of the Seas also boasts fun-filled kids clubs where tots to teens can make new friends while parents have some well deserved peace and quiet at the spa or a bar.
All the family can get wet and wild in Quantum of the Seas’ swimming pools. Make a splash in the main pool area and kids aqua zone or head to the adult-only solarium and the jacuzzis for a relaxing soak.
Quantum of the Seas offers a truly spectacular culinary experience. With main dining rooms, Coastal Kitchen for suite guests, speciality dining venues and even casual cafes, buffets and poolside grills, there's a tasty treat or classy cuisine for every occasion during your cruise.
As well as the outdoor daytime activities, such as the rock climbing wall and surfing and skydiving simulators, the indoor SeaPlex hosts dodgems and rollerblading. Meanwhile, in the evenings aboard Quantum of the Seas be prepared to be wowed as you take in the live performances at the Main Theatre, Music Hall and Two70° show lounge and nightclub.
Variety is the spice of life when it comes to bars and lounges aboard Quantum of the Seas. From the sophisticated Vintages Wine Bar to the Latin-themed Boleros and the famous robotic cocktail concoctionists at Bionic Bar, you'll find it all with Quantum of the Seas.
The Windjammer cafe was very dirty. Food in here and the main restaurant was mediocre. The shows were very poor and entertainment in general seemed to be lacking. No where near enough sunbeds for sea days. The excursions were poor and not very good value for money. They ran out of a number of items, butter, marmalade, Coors light, Johnny walker... On the whole we were quite underwhelmed with the whole cruise.
Ship's cleanliness was below standard and when you entered the dining rooms there was always a funny smell, cabins were dirty with dust and fluff underneath cabinets the balcony was very dirty. The dining menu was changed at last minute and the food was served cold on every occasion breakfast lunch and dinner. The food was cooked badly, the chicken was like rubber, even a simple dish like Caesar salad was inedible, it was as if the meat had been cooked then frozen or stored at a very low temperature. Steaks were cold in middle and every meal was served with two carrot batons and one broccoli floret and a scoop of mash. When we complained we were moved to a selected area in the dining room and for the last 4 days our meals improved and were served warm. We were also given Asian inspired dishes on the side to try that were excellent, I don’t know why the menu was not kept to that originally advertised. The staff tried their best but I think that the chefs onboard had no or very little experience preparing and cooking a western menu. When cruising part of the experience is the high quality well presented meals . The food onboard was nothing short of a disappointment.
Food average. Service average. Excursions average and over priced Onboard services, over priced i.e. Internet £20 per day!!!
This was a strange cruise ,the food tended to be lukewarm ,the service was very random ,the entertainment was poor ,and the excursions were very expensive and poor