Review of Quantum Of The Seas deck 13 (Cabins)
The fore-located Solarium (lower level 1 of 2) is the ship’s adults-only relaxation complex spanning on 2 decks and covered by a glass rooftop. The complex features a swimming pool (round-shaped, tiered), 2 large Jacuzzis (whirlpool hot tubs), a sunbathing area (with loungers, live plants for decoration), pool parties (in the evenings). The adults' retreat is served with drinks by the Solarium Bar (a light-fare Cafe). There is a 24-hour beverage station for complimentary drinks (coffee, tea, iced tea, flavored waters).
Conference Center (aft location) has capacity up to 330 guests. It consists of several meeting rooms divided by collapsible walls. Each of the rooms can be configured to suit specific group needs. Here can be held lectures, seminars, presentations, group meetings, business and general sessions, conferences at sea. Modern presentation equipment is provided complimentary (including projectors, media players, large plasma HDTV, podium/lectern, wall-mount screens, video wall, microphones, stage lighting).
Cruise cabins from 13118 to 13718, of which Inside (categories 2U, 4U and 2W), Balcony staterooms (categories 1C, 2C, 4C, 1D, 2D, 5D and 6D), and the rest are Suite cabins (types J1, J4-Junior, GB-Grand).
deck plan 13 cabins information: Balconies on rooms located where the deck narrows are shaded by a large metal roof extending from deck 14 above. Forward-location balcony rooms (portside and starboard) are close to a Bridge Viewing platform (located on top the Navigation Bridge) so their veranda view is obstructed by the platform (only when looking forward). They also may experience privacy issues when this platform is in use.