Check out the $1600 a night two-storey suite inside the Quantum of the seas

Imagine waking up to the seamless horizon of the ocean at dawn, from your luxury penthouse balcony. With Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas having debuted earlier this year, the world’s first ever smart ship is said to be the third largest cruise liner in the world. Boasting 18 decks and 2,090 guestrooms, the luxurious vessel is the length of 41 London buses and taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza.

quantum-of-seas-two-storey-suite-2Considering the ship is touted to be the most luxurious liner in the world, you can be sure to discover accommodation in utmost luxury on board with their exclusive royal and loft suites. Spread across a generous two stories, the loft suite boasts its own private living room, elite concierge service and private balconies offering panoramic views of the skyline. With two marble bathrooms and a colossal master bedroom, the extravagant suite sleeps up to 4.

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quantum-of-seas-two-storey-suite-3The Royal suite is dressed to impress. With a layout similar to that of the loft suite, the royal suite too boasts a master bedroom and two bathrooms. The two deck high stateroom opens up to a private balcony. On the main level, an open living room entails a dry bar and sofa that converts to a double bed. The royal suite also comprises of a media room that can accommodate a queen bed. A whirlpool bath can be found in the bathroom adjoining to the master bedroom. The suites cost a staggering $200,000 to build.

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quantum-of-seas-two-storey-suite-7The third largest cruise ship ever built boasts an array of lounges, bars and restaurants to rival the biggest resorts of Las Vegas and Orlando; first-ever-at-sea options such as a skydiving simulator; and innovative technology that makes checking in, reserving shows or even surfing the Internet a breeze. After spending its inaugural season in North America the 168,000-tonne ship will relocate to Shanghai in the spring. An eight-night Caribbean holiday is priced from £879 per person.

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