Quantum of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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3 out of 5

A different kind of cruise.

Sail Date: April 05, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Family w/older children

Room Type: Suite

The internet connection is the best. Probably pricey for many but with out complaints by those who used it. The resturants are a different story. Many we would chose not to go back to. The food was not as good or as much variety as we would have hoped for. Because you dine in a different resturant you do not get to know your wait staff or fellow cruisers. When we asked officers about feedback they indicate that it was about 50/50 pos and neg response. We dined in the Grande on two different occasions and will not return. The service was not terrible but not what you would hope for and the food left something to be desired. Chops is really very good as it is on many others ships and we will return there. There are more resturants we did not like that one we did. Johnny Rockets is not a regular set up. It is only food to go. There is out side seating but it is limited with no wait staff. We like the food there.   This ship is being prepared to be sent to China. Many of the staff seem to be in training and the language is difficult at times. I would say that they are all nice and try to be helpful but have challenges.  Because the same class of ship will be sailing soon I would suggest that if you want a different experience this would be a good chance to have it. If you prefer a more traditional experience it probably won't  be your cup of tea.  The staff in the concierge club,Mario and Filip are first rate and Captain Felix is the right person for this ship. Wendy Kirby is, in my opinion, the best loyality abassador in the Crown and Anchor Society,

Ship Quality
All relatively new and in good working order.
Food and Dining
Some what of a disappointment.
Varies a great deal from restaurant to restaurant or venue to venue.
Children's Programs N/A
Onboard Activities
Limited exposure.
Destinations and Excursions
This ship has better itineraries that this one.
Cabin / Stateroom
Owners suites are always great. The design of this is better than the traditional owners suite. Sorry no Photos.
Cape Liberty (Bayonne), New Jersey
Bayonne is my least favorite cruise port. The cabs or transportation is always expensive and limited. There is nothing to walk to and a cab is about $50.00 both ways to go to a local mall.
Port Canaveral, Florida
We went to Coco Beach. We had been to Cape Canaveral before and enjoyed it. Coco beach was fun for and afternoon.
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau is just Nassau. I think we have been there to many times.
Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
A nice private island. Book a cabana early if you want one. Food service ends early. That was disappointing


The Two70 (this is the correct spelling) restaurant is a gem, not to be missed if you like good sandwiches and salads. The entertainment is fun but limited.

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