"The bar along the starboard side of the ship does have TV's but the smaller rooms only have three or four TV's, so it you sit down you can only see two big screen TV's.A unique theatre and dining option is the "Two 70" on deck 5 forward its a theatre with an adjacent cafe, that serves soups, sandwiches and salads and the food is quite good and the entertainment is high tech...."Read More
1-10 of 1 Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades) to the Bahamas Royal Caribbean Odyssey of the Seas Cruise Reviews
The was my 34 RCCL cruise and Odyssey OTS is one of the new ships to the fleet. The lay out in the promenade, its now called the Royal Espanade, with shops and guest services on decks 4 and 5. The Royal Theatre is in the front of the ship and the smaller. "Music Hall" is just adjacent to the w. It appears that the shops on the Espanade are pushed to the side and appear to smaller in size. A unique ...