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Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas

57 reviews
Traveler (129)
Common Areas (60)
Dining and Bars (19)
Itineraries for this ship
6 Night Cruise to Australia & New Zealand
Departure date
Saturday, 10/30/21
Brisbane, Eden (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Sydney (Australia), Brisbane
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Passengers: 4,180   |   Crew: 1,500
Passengers to crew: 2.79:1
Passengers to space: 40.3:1
Launched: 2014   


  • Deck 2
  • Deck 3
  • Deck 4
  • Deck 5
  • Deck 6
  • Deck 7
Additional decks
Deck 2 layout
Medical Center


Cabin size: 119 - 351 sq. ft.
Connected rooms: 348
Accessible rooms: 12
Maximum passengers: 4
Number of cabins: 1430

Activities & entertainment

Activities (31)
  • Arcade*
  • CruiseCritic Meet and Mingle
  • Dance Classes
  • Dance Classes
  • Dance Parties
  • Fitness Classes*
  • FlowRider
  • Gaming Area*
  • H2O Zone
  • Hot Tubs (4)
  • Library
  • North Star
  • Pool Games
  • Pools (4)
  • RipCord by iFLY*
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Running Track
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • SeaPlex*
  • SeaTrek*
  • Sports Tournament
  • The Workshop
  • Trivia
  • Vitality At Sea Spa and Fitness Center*
  • Vitality At Sea Spa and Fitness Center
  • Wine Tasting*
  • Xbox*
  • Waterslides
  • Adventure Ocean
  • Adventure Ocean
  • Fuel Teen Disco
Entertainment (14)
  • Casino Royale*
  • Deck Parties
  • Demonstrations
  • Game Broadcasts
  • Game Shows
  • Karaoke
  • Live Music
  • Movie Screen
  • Poolside Movies
  • Royal Esplanade
  • The Royal Theatre
  • The Royal Theatre
  • Two70°
  • Wellness Lectures
Dining (24)
  • American Icon Grill - American
  • Silk - American
  • The Grande - American
  • Izumi - Asian*
  • Wonderland - Avant Garde*
  • Cafe @ Two70° - Cafe Fare
  • La Patisserie - Cafe Fare*
  • Windjammer Marketplace - Casual
  • Chic - Contemporary
  • Kung Fu Panda - Dim Sum*
  • SeaPlex Doghouse - Fast Food
  • Coastal Kitchen - Fusion
  • English Pub - Gastropub*
  • Solarium Bistro - Healthy Fare
  • Jamie's Italian - italian*
  • Boleros - Latin bar*
  • Schooner Bar - Nautical bar*
  • Café Promenade - pastries
  • North Star Bar - Pool Bar*
  • Pool Bar - Pool Bar*
  • Sky Bar - Pool Bar*
  • Bionic Bar - Robot Bar*
  • Chops Grille - Steakhouse*
  • Vintages - Wine Bar*
* May require additional fees
Traveler rating
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Marco B wrote a review Apr 4
Singapore, Singapore5 contributions4 helpful votes
The cruise to nowhere is definitely nothing to recommend, difficult to book activities or restaurants, alternatively very long waiting time, some of the crew members do not behave appropriate, food variety OK but quality below average. Embarkation is a mess, you get checked 12 times before entering the boat. Kids activities are boring. Guest service counter often with very long waiting times. To go in the pool you have to queue up and can be in for a couple of minutes. Difficult to get a shadow place in the solarium and rest of upper deck as a lot of sunbeds are reserved with towels even if the guests are not using it all day long. The so called premium coffee is served in non recyclable plastic-paper cups. The so called safety concept is requiring to wear the official Singapore token, then you get another cruise token and additionally your seapasscard. Despite you are wearing your two tokens you have to check in and out with the card almost every 20-30meters! you move.
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frostie83 wrote a review Mar 2021
Singapore, Singapore126 contributions25 helpful votes
We did the cruise to nowhere to/from Singapore. I was travelling with a 1 year old and a 4 year old. Much was great, the room was great, the staff were fantastic, the food was great too and so many options. But, so many of the activities are not possible with young kids, or they are full booked pretty much immediately. And also kids who are not fully potty trained are not allowed in any of the swimming pools. So therefore there’s literally nothing for us to do. Swim nappies are not allowed. They state that they have a baby pool, but honestly that is just laughable, as it’s about 1cm of water in a 2x2m area with a single tiny water fountain. There is a kids daycare/soft play area, but it is limited to 3 hours total for the entire trip, so over 4-5 days this is really nothing. I’d recommend a staycation in Singapore rather than doing this cruise if you have young kids. Older kids and adults only I’m sure would have a great time.
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MelvinLin wrote a review Mar 2021
Singapore, Singapore2,155 contributions300 helpful votes
If you are prone to migraines, you can stop considering a trip with Royal Caribbean now, because you will be turned away at boarding... unless you want to try your luck with making a false declaration, which obviously I don't encourage (and paid the price for refusing to). Learned this the hard way. At the health screening the day before check-in, I answered a series of health declaration questions on the app. One of the questions asked if I experienced any headache in the 14 days leading up to check-in. Thought I ought to be honest, and I disclosed that I experienced abit of a migraine with no other accompanying symptoms more than a week ago as I had too much going on at work and could not get enough sleep. The app prompted me to proceed with check-in at the appointed time, which I did. At the cruise terminal, I was denied boarding, and told to make the hour-long journey home, with all my luggage, an upset wife who will not be able to go on any vacation break for at least the next four months, and two teary kids in tow. Asked to speak with someone, and was referred to their onsite doctor, who examined me and subsequently cleared me for boarding after finding absolutely nothing wrong with me, and concluded that the headache was likely due to stress and fatigue (which from his and my understanding are not infectious) and which has since been resolved. COVID-19 swab test also returned negative results for my entire family. However, an anonymous "ship management" refused to heed the doctor's advice (he even appealed on my behalf) and refused to budge. Said "ship management" also declined my repeated requests to speak directly to clarify. "Strict policies" - was the response conveyed to me by proxy ad nauseum through the entire episode - anybody who has responded "yes" to anything on the health checklist needs to be turned away regardless of the background behind the symptoms. I can imagine people having migraines (and conditions unrelated to the virus but which tick one or more of the boxes on the health questionnaire, like allergies, sinusitis, high blood pressure, etc) onboard every single day, and wonder if they are also kicked off the vessel if they experience any symptoms onboard or within the past 14 days. Are crew members also told to stay away from work for at least 14 days whenever they experience a headache or anything else in that checklist due to "strict policies"? I can perfectly understand the need to be extra cautious given the pandemic situation we are in now. However, I had also expected that some sense would exercised and the context in each case should be considered before they deny anyone boarding at the check-in counter? Such "strict policies" only serve to encourage people to make false declarations, and thereby compromising public health in the longer run. Also, if there are such "strict policies" in place, why does the app not inform us that we are not eligible to board once I completed the health questionnaire the day before boarding? Why make my family go on the hour-long journey to the cruise terminal (potentially exposing thousands of other people to my resolved migraine, going by Royal Caribbean logic), and then leave my young children crying at check-in? In the meantime, while these "strict policies" are in place, anyone who is likely to feel unwell in some form, for whatever reason, in the 14 days leading up to your cruise date may want to reconsider if you really want to book yourself with Royal Caribbean. If you are considering making a false declaration to avoid my experience, do pray that you don't feel unwell while onboard too - who knows what the "strict policies" might do to you if you display any signs of feeling unwell.
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kerryytheng wrote a review Mar 2021
Singapore, Singapore102 contributions55 helpful votes
Again we are back with Royal Carribean and back in the star suite ! Never failed to maintain their highest level of standard. Customised food for my daughter with multple allergies Our personal Genie Ms Anna really makes it happens with the Restaurant Ops Manager Mr Blagoje Dimitrijevic always waiting to receive us at every restaurant and ensure their chefs prepare her food separately! The Genie ms Anna really is the genie in the lamp ensuring all kids activities are booked and also our meals with best advice! Keep it up Team Roya Carrbean and hope to see the familiar faces when we come back the next trip! Awesome room n cleanliness!
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Beautiful wrote a review Mar 2021
1 contribution
Our 3rd Quantum cruise. We had cigarette smoke flying into our cabin & unfortunately didn’t enjoy our balcony much. Bathrobes too huge for Asian ladies. Housekeeping, concierge Jasmine were all very efficient. Coastal kitchen staff & chefs were truly amazing people. Stanford, Rodney, Carla, Sofie, Riki, Mohd, Alberto, Dana & Edwin, Chef Alfred & Ronaldo.
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