The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas cruise ship has 2,090 cabins and suites. The categories include 1,571 with balconies, 148 ocean view, 375 inside with virtual balconies, and 34 wheelchair accessible. Families enjoy the 16 family-connected staterooms, while solo travelers love the 12 studio staterooms with balconies or the 12 studio interior ones.
The cabins and suites on the Quantum of the Seas are very similar to her sister ship the Anthem of the Seas.
All of the cabins on the ship have a private bathroom with shower, and some also have a bath tub. All cabins are accessible using the ship's high-tech RFID WOWband wristbands. No more digging in your pocket or bag for the room key; you just hold the wristband in front of the lock and it opens. Nice feature, and it's also used to make purchases on the ship.
Let's take a detailed tour of some of the different cabin and suite categories on the Quantum of the Seas.
Superior Ocean View Cabin with Balcony
The superior ocean view cabins with a balcony on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas cruise ship are 198 square feet with a 55 square foot balcony. This cabin is slightly larger than the same category on some of the other ships in the fleet, except for the Anthem of the Seas, which is the Quantum's sister ship. For example, the superior ocean view with balcony on the Oasis of the Seas is 182 square feet, and the same category on the Jewel of the Seas is 189 square feet.
In addition to a private balcony with a great view, the superior ocean view cabins on the Quantum of the Seas have a sitting and vanity area, private bathroom with shower, and two nice closets that flank each side of the bed.
Each of the 375 inside cabins on the Quantum of the Seas have a virtual balcony. What's a virtual balcony? It's a video of the view from the cabin if it had a balcony. This high-definition screen spans nearly floor to ceiling and provides real-time views of the ocean and destinations. The cabin in this photo measures 166 square feet, but some of the interior cabins are larger. The virtual balcony can be seen on the left side of the photo. It provides a real-time look at the same view a balcony would have. In this case, it's a view of the sea, but at other times it would be the port of call.
Ocean View Cabin
Measuring 182 square feet, ocean view cabins are slightly smaller in size than balcony cabins, and have a large window rather than a balcony. The Quantum of the Seas has 148 ocean view cabins.
Superior Ocean View Cabin
The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas has 8 cabins in category F, superior ocean view. These cabins are larger than other ocean view cabins, measuring 302 square feet. They also feature a large picture window with a spectacular forward-facing view. A lounge chair nearby makes the view even better.
Super Studio Ocean View with Balcony
The 12 cabins in category SB of the Quantum of the Seas are the super studio ocean view with balcony. They measure only 119 square feet, but have a balcony with 55 square feet. These are a new cabin category for Royal Caribbean and are perfect for a solo traveler, although the bed is large enough for two. Solo travelers will not have to pay the single supplement for this category, and the bathroom and bed are the same size as in a standard double cabin.
Sky Loft Suite with Balcony
The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas has 3 sky loft suites with balcony in category SL. This large suite measures between 673 to 740 square feet, depending on the location. The balcony is 183 square feet and is large enough for a dining area. The suite has space on two decks and great views from the two-deck panoramic window. The lower deck has a seating area, full bath with shower, and dining area. The upper deck is reached via the stairway and has a loft bedroom with king or twin beds and a full bath with shower.
Royal Family Suite with Balcony
The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas has 4 suites in the royal family suite with balcony, category FS. These family suites sleep up to 8 people, measure 543 square feet, and have a balcony with 259 square feet. The suite has two bedrooms and two full baths, making it perfect for a family group.
Quantum of the Seas Family Junior Suite with Balcony
Smaller family groups of 4 or 5 can enjoy staying in a family junior suite with balcony (category FJ) on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas. The ship has 28 of these suites, and they measure 301 square feet, with an 81 square foot balcony. The suite has a separate bedroom with either a king or twin beds, a sitting area with a sofa bed, and both a full bath with a tub and a half bath.
Superior Grand Suite with Balcony
The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas superior grand suite with balcony sleeps up to 4 and measures 351 square feet, with a 259 square foot balcony. The suite has a separate bedroom, separate dressing area, a full bathroom with tub, and a second entrance that opens to the living room. The sofa in the living room converts to a double bed. The huge balcony wraps around a corner of the deck and has enough room for both a seating area and private outdoor dining.
Owner's Loft Suite with Balcony
There is only one owner's loft suite with balcony, category OL, on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas, but it's a gorgeous accommodation. It has 975 square feet spread over 2 decks, with the bedroom and a full bath with shower in the second deck loft. This sleeping deck space also has its own private balcony. On the main first level of the suite is a sitting area with a sofa bed, dining table, and a split full bath with a shower. The two-level panoramic window overlooking the large balcony on the main deck offers great views of the sea.
Spa Junior Suite with Balcony
The spa junior suite with balcony on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas measures 267 square feet, with an 81 square foot balcony. The bedroom area has either twin or king bed and the sitting area has a corner settee. The most distinctive feature of this spa suite is the split bath with a soaking tub and large separate shower with frosted glass that allows natural light in from the living area. The toilet and second sink are in a separate half bath.