Skip the drama over Dynamic Dining, and let’s talk about one of the most notable features of Quantum of the Seas. No, it’s not North Star, though that’s certainly notable. Nor is it the bumper cars, the beautiful solarium or the polar bear statue. The most notable feature of Quantum of the Seas to this Royal Caribbean loyalist is nothing other than the interior decor. Specifically, the staterooms have a fresh modern look that was long overdue. If you’ve cruise one Royal Caribbean ship other than Quantum, you’ve cruised a lot of them when it comes to tapestries, carpets, and the general look of the guest accommodation spaces. Quantum of the Seas changes everything about that. Here’s an interesting look at Quantum Experience Advisor and interior designer Genevieve Gorder’s reaction to the Royal Loft Suite aboard Quantum of the Seas.
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