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Quantum of the Seas

Ship statistics;

entered_service
02/11/2014
tonnage
167800
wheelchair_accessible_cabins
34
number_of_decks
16
number_of_elevators
16
number_of_pools
4
number_of_restaurants
12
kids_club
maximum_apacity
4180
number_of_crew
1300

Quantum of the Seas

Quantum of the Seas joined Royal Caribbean's Quantum Class in autumn 2014. The ship falls into the category along with Anthem of the Seas – a fantastically innovative class known for its ground-breaking technology and a whole host of at-sea firsts. One example of this is the (optional) use of the RFID Wristband. This is available to cruisers for a small fee and is a piece of equipment that can be used to access your cabin, for making onboard purchases, and for accessing the Royal Caribbean Royal iQ app. Those who do not wish to use the wristband can still use their Seapass card instead. Quantum of the Seas also offers guests fantastic high-speed internet, making it possible for cruisers to use apps like Skype and Facetime, which generally demand an enhanced internet connection. It's also worth noting that all members on staff onboard have their own tablet to use to keep track of passenger preferences such as their drinks orders, meal types and allergies, and any specific requests.

Quantum of the Seas boasts a brilliant range of accommodation, and much thought has been put into the careful design of each stateroom, creating a homely touch with contemporary décor and all of the essential amenities. All staterooms and suites feature USB sockets for easy charging of smartphones and tablets, and there are more than thirty wheelchair accessible rooms available.

In Quantum Class, never miss out on the view, even with an interior room – these new and improved staterooms allow passengers to experience a wonderful innovation, with floor to ceiling virtual ‘windows’ projecting images onto the walls, including real-time captures of the surrounding sea. If you’re looking for something a little more spacious, then the Balcony Staterooms offer a living area, sleeping area, an ensuite bathroom and a private balcony. For solo travellers who wish to have a room with a view, twelve of the Single Studio Rooms onboard have their own balconies. For families or groups travelling onboard, the Connected Staterooms are ideal. This set-up connects a number of rooms together, allowing for plenty of opportunities to spend some quality time with the whole group. Each room has its own private sleeping and bathroom areas for when you’re ready for a spot of quiet time.

The suites onboard Quantum of the Seas are two-storey loft suites, all of which come with priority check-in. The Crown Loft Suites feature a master bedroom located on a mezzanine level, a private balcony, and floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular sea views. Sky Loft Suites are perfect for families, offering a dining room area, living area, and a private balcony with sun loungers, plus two bedrooms and a sofabed. The Royal Loft Suite is the most spacious of the suites, boasting a baby grand piano, private bar, balcony with LCD TV and whirlpool, a library, plus indoor and outdoor dining areas. The suite sleeps up to six guests and can also be connected to a Crown Loft Suite in order to accommodate up to four additional guests.

Quantum of the Seas offers a truly spectacular culinary experience. There are four main dining rooms; savour classics from across the USA at American Icon Grill, enjoy traditional dishes with a contemporary twist at Chic, and indulge in pan-Asian delicacies with a Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Indian influence at Silk. If you enjoy dressing up for dinner then The Grande provides elegant and sophisticated dining, with the chance to don your fanciest frocks and dinner jackets. Suite guests will have access to a further complimentary restaurant, the Coastal Kitchen, which takes influence from the coastal cuisine of California.

For a more casual dining experience, there are five mouth-watering options to choose from. If you can’t decide what you’re in the mood for, the Windjammer Marketplace serves a large variety of food in a buffet style. Visit the SeaPlex Dog House - the first-ever food truck at sea – for a delicious hot dog on the go, Café Promenade for tea and cake, or Sorrento’s for New York style pizza. The Café @ Two70 offers a selection of delicious soups, sandwiches, salads and more which can be packed up into a picnic.

For speciality dining, try the exciting and creative cuisine at Wonderland, a magical Alice in Wonderland inspired restaurant. Steak fans will love Chops Grille, which specialises in scrumptious dry-aged steak dishes and sushi fans should be sure to pay Izumi Japanese Cuisine a visit. The ultimate gourmet dining experience can be found at the Chef’s Table, which offers unique formal dining for up to sixteen guests. Here, a five-course meal is presented by the chef himself, complete with special wine pairings for each dish. In addition, two celebrity chefs have jumped onboard with their creations; Jamie Oliver with his Jamie’s Italian at Sea, and Devin Alexander with her health-conscious Solarium Bistro.

You’ll never be stuck for something to do onboard Quantum of the Seas, with top class entertainment every day and night. The innovative venue Two70° offers a number of exciting shows, utilising the floor-to-ceiling windows as screens for various projections to enhance the entertainment. Performances here include live music, breath-taking aerial acts and Sonic Odyssey – a stunning combination of music, voice and dance. 

For musical theatre lovers, The Royal Theatre hosts some fantastic Broadway-style productions, which in the past have included musicals such as Mamma Mia. Make sure you find out what shows are happening here throughout your cruise, and reserve seats for anything you're particularly keen to see.

Another venue set to hold some memorable evenings is the Music Hall, where guests are entertained with live music, DJ’s and a dance floor. This intimate venue has a real 'rock 'n' roll' vibe which keeps guests returning night after night.

If you are one to enjoy a little flutter from time to time, make a night of it at the glamorous Casino Royale. Here you can play a range of dice, wheel, and cards games as well as playing on the slot machines.

Those who simply want an evening of good conversation and perhaps a drink or two can't go wrong with Quantum of the Seas' varying bars and lounges. These include the sophisticated Vintages Wine Bar, where educated bar staff can talk you through the available bottles, and Boleros, a Latin-themed bar serving tasty cocktails such as caipirinhas and mojitos. The Bionic Bar is one of the most popular choices however, in no small part due to the impressive robot arms that concoct the cocktails!

Going on a cruise certainly doesn’t mean that you have to let your fitness go, especially with the variety of activities that Quantum of the Seas has on offer. There are so many sports to choose from onboard, such as swimming, basketball and ping pong, or if you’re feeling brave why not try to tackle the outdoor rock climbing wall. Keen surfers can take lessons on the FlowRider surf simulator, a fun activity for all ages. There is also a large jogging track spanning the circumference of the deck and an outdoor swimming pool.

A wide range of fitness classes and gym equipment can be found at the onboard fitness centre. Take a class or hit up the gym followed by a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool. At the Vitality at Sea Spa, the thermal suite and relaxation lounge are a great way to have a little ‘me’ time, leaving you feeling thoroughly refreshed and revitalised. There are also a number of beauty and wellness treatments on offer to keep you looking and feeling your best.

There are plenty of activities to keep all ages entertained onboard Quantum of the Seas. For a truly unique experience, head up to the skies in North Star - a pod which can be raised 300-feet above sea level, offering spectacular 360-degree views.

Adventurers will love the indoor sky-diving experience with the RipCord by iFly skydiving simulator. There’s also the Rockwall outdoor climbing wall and FlowRider for your chance to try simulated surfing at sea. Head to SeaPlex, for the opportunity to swing on a flying trapeze, shoot some hoops in the basketball court, ride the bumper cars or even whizz around the roller skating rink.

To keep the youngest cruisers occupied all day long, there are a number of kids clubs onboard aimed at age six months and upwards.

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