The second of Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Ultra class ships, 4,198-guest Odyssey of the Seas was launched in 2021 and delivers all the action-oriented fun of its predecessors — and then some. The ship debuted an all-new two-level Caribbean-inspired pool deck featuring two pools, four hot tubs, and the Splashaway Bay aquapark with fountains, dump buckets, and tot-friendly slides. It also features tons of eye-catching artwork, a new virtual-reality venue that’s fun for all ages, and the distinctive activities — North Star, RipCord by iFly, and the adults-only Solarium pool and hot tubs — of its Quantum and Quantum Ultra class siblings.
There are dozens of cabin categories on Odyssey of the Seas, including comfortable and cozy Interior Staterooms (or Virtual Balcony Staterooms, which are interior cabins featuring a real-time floor-to-ceiling video wall of outside views); Oceanview and Oceanview Balcony Staterooms; and luxurious and spacious options, including two-level lofts, in the Royal Suite Class. Most Balcony Staterooms are 198 square feet, while the Royal Loft Suite is 1,640 square feet. Guests who book suites enjoy added amenities and exclusive access to the Coastal Kitchen restaurant.