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Seabourn Odyssey Review

4.5 / 5.0
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The lap of luxury

Review for Seabourn Odyssey to the Baltic Sea
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SDuckers
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2017
Cabin: Penthouse Suite

We flew into Athens the day before departure, and boarded the ship around 4 pm on departure day. Embarkation process was smooth, except that when we got on the ship, the elevator we were sent to only went to the 9th floor and our suite was on the 10th floor. As relatively "newbie" cruisers, some explanation of where to go to access the correct elevator would have been helpful, but we did figure it out.

The Odyssey is a lovely ship, well maintained and comfortable common areas through out. Our Penthouse Suite was surprisingly spacious. Plenty of closet and drawer space, double sinks in the bathroom. Shower stall is a bit cramped but adequate. The bed was incredibly comfortable. Room temperature was always just right.

Seabourn is particularly known for its dedication to top-notch service, and that is certainly what we experienced. Every member of the staff seemed to go out of their way to provide whatever we wanted. The only service "complaints" I have are so petty I feel stupid to mention them.

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Penthouse Suite

Cabin PH

Very spacious, comfortable bed, well laid-out.

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