Seabourn Odyssey deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Seabourn Odyssey deck 4

  • Named simply “The Restaurant”, this is the Odyssey ship’s main dining room restaurant with open-seating, multi-course breakfast, lunch and dinner. The cuisine here is marked by Charlie Palmer, needless to say the dining amenities are top-luxurious – exquisite bone china and crystal. The Restaurant’s dress code is “elegant casual” in most of the evenings, with optional “formal” attires on special nights.
  • The Restaurant is accessible by 4 aft elevators and stairs. The aft section of Deck 4 is for the ship’s Galley (food cooking and preparation facilities).
  • Instead of an Atrium Lobby, Seabourn Odyssey has what they call “living room” – an open-floor area serving also as a lounge with a small seating area. The central enclave houses several individual Concierge Desks providing guests with information and assistance.
  • Cruise suites from 408 to 433 (accessible by 2 forward elevators and stairs), all of which are Seabourn Suite staterooms in the Oceanview categories A-forward (1 is wheelchair accessible #408 by the forward lifts) and A1 (6 of which can be converted into 3 double suites).

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