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Odyssey of the Seas-Royal Caribbean

Odyssey of the Seas

Odyssey of the seas massive. There is so much to do for any age. I bet you won’t even see everything during your cruise!


Odyssey of the Seas has 2,105 staterooms accommodating 4,198 passengers, double occupancy, and 5,510 with every berth filled. The ship has a variety of accommodations, ranging from interior staterooms to lavish suites. The Royal Suite Class – which includes three categories – offers an array of extra amenities. The Sea, Sky and Star Suites all feature a dedicated check-in line, priority boarding, exclusive Coastal Kitchen restaurant, bathrobes, luxury bathroom amenities, and an in-room Lavazza espresso coffee maker and a tea kettle. More amenities are added in each tier, so the top-level Star Suites also include a Royal Genie to handle tasks such as making reservations; complimentary gratuities, free specialty dining; and a complimentary deluxe beverage package. A 214-square-foot Spacious Ocean View stateroom on Deck 8 can accommodate four in king-twin convertible beds and a double sofa bed. Some interior staterooms are enlivened with a virtual balcony that shows the view outside in real time. An Interior with Virtual Balcony on Deck 9 includes king/ twin convertible beds and measures 166 square feet.

Odyssey of the Seas Dining

Odyssey of the Seas features seven complimentary restaurants, including the multi-level Main Dining Room and Windjammer buffet, a favorite spot for casual family dining. Also included are Solarium Bistro for fresh Mediterranean flavors, New York-style pizza at Sorrento’s, Mexican street food poolside at El Loco Fresh, Café@Two70 for sandwiches and soups, and deli selections at Café Promenade. Specialty dining does have a cost. We at at Chop which was amazing food. Some of the other Specialty restaurants include Wonderland, for fantastical molecular gastronomy; Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar; Izumi for sushi- Just to name a few. Of course there is Starbucks on board which was my favorite. If you have the drink package, grab a Royal Caribbean cup and fill out on the Coca-Cola Freestytle (grape sprite zero for the win)

Odyssey of the Sea- Fun Things to Do

Guests will find a number of fun options to choose from when it comes to keeping entertained. Guests can take in the immersive show at Two70 aft lounge, which blends cutting-edge technology and Robovideo screens with performances by dancers, singers, musicians and aerialists. SeaPlex is a huge indoor-outdoor activity space with bumper cars, laser tag, a sports court, interactive games and the first Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade. The ship also has a skydiving simulator (which I might do), bungee trampoline, Ripcord zipline and the FlowRider surf simulator. The Virtual Adventure Zone is touted as the first fully immersive 4D virtual reality experience at sea, using the latest technology to take gamers on an adventure to another dimension, amid special effects like wind vibrations and sound-enhancing features.

Odyssey of the Seas- Splash and Drink

The Caribbean-inspired pool deck features resort style pools, a vibrant bar called The Lime & Coconut, shady casitas and North Star, the glass observation capsule that offers 360-degree views from as high as 300 feet. (that’s a no for me). There are 2 pools, 2 whirlpools, and the kids Splashaway Bay. Plenty of seating in our out of the sun. Soak in the amazing views

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