Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas has a lot of different staterooms to choose from and today, we will look at the Grand Suite with Balcony (GS) stateroom to give you an idea of what to expect if you book this category.
On our Quantum of the Seas cruise, we had a chance to see the Grand Suite while on a stateroom tour. Like all staterooms on Quantum of the Seas, entry to the room is by RFID scanner, which is above the door handle.
The Grand Suite is essentially two main rooms, a living room and a bedroom. The Grand Suite measures 351 square feet in size and can sleep up to four people.
You will walk into the living room area, which has a full sized sofa and some chairs that are position perfectly to watch television. The sofa does open up to a double bed.
There's a small writing desk that features electrical and USB outlets too.
Connecting to the stateroom is the bedroom, with two twin beds that convert to a Royal King, measuring 72.5 inches wide by 82 inches long, and separate dressing area with entrance to bathroom.
Also in the bedroom is a closet.
The bathroom is much larger and fuller than other bathrooms in stateroom categories below the Grand Suite, and offers a tun, two sinks and a second entrance to the living room.
Marble and mosaics are a big decor motif for the bathroom and just like all suites, there's a lot more space to enjoy here.
Of course, no suite is complete without a balcony and the Grand Suite features a 109 square foot balcony with seating and private dining area.