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Step aboard the spectacular new Quantum of the Seas and prepare to be wowed. Check out the 360-degree view from North Star; run away to circus school or take a spin around the roller skating rink at the groundbreaking SeaPlex, largest indoor active space at sea; experience the thrill of flying in RipCord by iFly. Take in the magnificent 270-degree view by day and enjoy spellbinding performance art by night in Two70, the ship's iconic grand room. Combing many exciting new features with signature favorites and a plethora of dining and relaxation options, Quantum of the Seas will surely take your breath away.

Sails from:

Shanghai, China

Cruises to:

Asia & Indian Ocean , Asia & Indian Ocean , Other (Asia/Africa/Middle East)

Cruises on Quantum of the Seas

101 Reviews

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2.2 out of 5

Very disappointed!!! by kuuleilovesdelane

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I was very very disappointed with the service, staff, food, and people onboard... Service sucked, My stateroom host wasn’t consistent and I hardly ever seen her or got welcomed by her. The Man that was serving the ice cream cones had no gloves and we complained about that.

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4.5 out of 5

Exiting Royal Caribbean Cruise by osmanaly1

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Singles/Friends

The Quantum of the Seas Ship is the largest ship I have ever cruised on. The state of the art theaters are outstanding. There are many venues to keep you busy and interested.

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5 out of 5

Unbelievable Ship by missmc123

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Quantum of the Seas is an unbelievably beautiful ship. It is brand new and gorgeous beyond expectations. The artwork throughout is stunning and the public areas are so beautiful.  I stayed in the owner suite and it was so roomy and deluxe. We were treated like royalty by the crew. Being on a ship that was almost 90% asian passengers may be difficult for some people, however, because we were in a suite, the amenities gave us a break from the general population.  The cruise is definitely catering to the Asian market, so do not be surprised to find that things are not like a RCCL that sails out of the US.  The food in the buffet was geared toward Asian tastes but the specialty restaurants were awesome and great fun. I highly recommend staying in a suite to have the ability to work with a concierge and get a little break from the crowds. Well worth the extra price for access to the private dining room alone!

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1 out of 5

Japan Quantum of the Seas by galvezlourdes

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/ Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

In a few words it was a nightmare. We not only detour from original planned destination but we ended in a comercial port at Korea where everyone was unprepared to received trourists. Food was distastful, got food poison at the ship reported to guest services. 80 % of the passengers were comoplaining protests were made every night in the ship. We were unable to shop or enjoy our staying at the ship. Our suite did not have TV or cable, toilet was leaking or cloged. Fortunately we bought another room and were able to use toilets. Among other unpleasant experiences we had. Please provide an adress were I can write in detail all this terrible experience we had. 

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4 out of 5

Nice Repositioning Cruise. by mmurr5

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During this first leg of a repositioning cruise from New Jersey to Shanghai the ship was full, but did not seem so, except for when we were in some of the more popular restaurants or at the blockbuster show (Mama Mia). The dynamic dining had it's problems, but the restaurants had great food, for the most part.

Cabin was a standard balcony and was well laid out. Good service from room attendant. Good variety of entertainment, but not a lot of activities during the day for so  many people - over 4000. Pretty rocky ride during the transatlantic crossing. 

Awful internet service! Only one our iPads had connectivity (very slow) and we purchased a package for two. No reimbursement offers.


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55 Quantum of the Seas Tips

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Jan 01, 2015

Make reservations for activities early to get the time you want. Book online for all the events you can. Makes for a smooth process.

Apr 27, 2015

We made all of our reservations before we left on the cruise which left us more time to enjoy the ships activities rather than waiting on line to go to dinner or shows. The major problem we had was with the website for making these reservations - we had to call Royal Caribbean several times.

Mar 05, 2015

Must make reservations for just about everything before boarding.

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