The Seabourn Odyssey is an all-suite ship, and 90 percent of rooms have balconies. All suites are outfitted with interactive televisions, a mini-fridge, telephones, and safes. Oceanview staterooms measure up at a room 295 square feet, with higher level suites available at 536, 593 and 859 square feet. Upper level suites also come with additional amenities such as a private butler, a whirlpool bath, and free Wi-Fi. Book the lavish Wintergarden Suite for an unmatchable luxury experience.
Dining & Gastronomy
Choose from four restaurants onboard the Seabourn Odyssey: Casual dining is available at The Colonnade, a bistro-style diner serving classic American comfort food, and The Patio, a casual poolside grill. The main dining room, called The Restaurant, features sumptuous dinners in an elegant atmosphere, with open seating. And the star of the show, The Grill by Thomas Keller, is an upscale steakhouse specializing in gourmet versions of classic steak and seafood dishes. Meals at every dining venue are included in the cost of the cruise fare, and all beverages but the most top-shelf spirits are included as well. For the lovers of the finer things in life, unlimited caviar and free-flowing champagne are readily available as well.
Entertainment and Activities
Activities onboard the Seabourn Odyssey are aimed at sophisticated, mature adults. Experts in fields such as culture, arts and culinary arts share their knowledge in educational lecture series, called Conversations. Passengers interested in health and wellness will appreciate the onboard Spa & Wellness with Dr. Andrew Weil, a holistic wellness program focused on health and well-being. Those looking for a little hydrotherapy might go for a swim in one of the two onboard pools, or soak in one of six outdoor whirlpools. Movie nights, card games and mini golf are also available.
The dress code on the Seabourn Odyssey is country club casual. While jeans are perfectly acceptable during the day, many passengers opt for a slightly nicer look with khaki shorts or slacks, collared shirts, or flowing dresses. Most nights, an elegant casual dress code prevails. Passengers may wear slacks, dress shirts, blouses or skirts. On Formal Nights, men are expected to wear tuxedos or suits, and women should wear dresses or pantsuits – at least when dining at the main dining room.