Seabourn’s original Odyssey-class cruise ship has re-entered service after an extensive, multi-million-dollar renovation. The Seabourn Odyssey refurbishment has enhanced the luxury cruise ship’s suites and public areas, and upgraded the onboard technology.
The intimate, 450-guest Seabourn Odyssey first entered service in 2009 and has been lovingly maintained over the last decade, however this is the most extensive refurbishment of the iconic cruise ship.
Indeed, guests will notice the difference as soon as they step on board. The Seabourn Square has been entirely made-over with high-end furniture, new lighting and a fresh decor.
The Club has also had a big makeover. The ever popular live music venue now boasts tastfully toned lounge chairs and refreshed banquette seating. It’s all designed to enhance the sense of elegance and space.
Up in the Observation Bar there is a fresh new look too, in tones of dove-grey and cream with lapis blue highlights. The Seabourn Odyssey Restaurant has also been refreshed with new carpet, yet it retains a classic Seabourn look.
Importantly, every suite has been significantly upgraded as well. In fact no detail was too small – USB charging ports were even installed on the nightstands.
In the Veranda Suites there are also new stone tops on the bedside cabinets and credenza, as well as new dining tables, sofa cushions and bedding soft goods.
The biggest suites onboard Seabourn Odyssey received an even more dramatic update. There is now an entirely new decor as well as elegant new furniture. Indeed, Seabourn tell us these premium suites rival those in the World’s finest hotels.
New interactive new high-definition televisions have also been installed in every suite. Plus, there are now more TV channels, including BBC HD, HGTV, The Food Network, and The Travel Channel. Seabourn have also installed new internet optimisation technologies designed to significantly improve guest internet connections.
Seabourn Odyssey looks better than new and guests are already enjoying the enhancements as they sail the Mediterranean. Learn more at the Seabourn website.