Inside a $1,680-a-night suite on the new Quantum of the Seas cruise ship

A new type of double-decker loft-inspired cabin aboard Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, the 4,180-passenger Quantum of the Seas, sets a new bar for luxurious staterooms. Here's a look inside.

1. Grand private balcony

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Guests enter the suite’s mixed living and dining space on the first level, which opens onto the stateroom’s giant main balcony.

2. Lavishly furnished living room

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The living room features a classic Eames lounge chair in beige leather and a pull-out sofa that sleeps two.

3. Stunning master suite

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The lofted master bedroom gets plenty of light from double-high windows—and a drop-down TV hides away when you just want to enjoy the view.

4. Expansive ocean views

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No portholes here. The main balcony of the suite overlooks the stern, with wide-angle views of the sea.

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