What Amtrak trains have bedrooms?

Hear this out loudPauseThe Amtrak Sleeping Car fleet consists of two types of cars: Superliner and Viewliner. The primary difference: a Superliner features two levels of private accommodations per car and Viewliner features a single level.

How do I get a bedroom suite on Amtrak?

Hear this out loudPauseBedroom SuiteAll customers in private rooms receive complimentary lounge access at major stations, priority boarding and complimentary meals onboard. To book your suite, call us at 1-800-USA-RAIL.

What’s the difference between a roomette and a bedroom on Amtrak?

Hear this out loudPauseIn a roomette, daytime seating converts to beds at night. Electrical outlets, climate controls, reading lights, a small closet, and a fold-down table are all within easy reach. Bedrooms are larger than roomettes and offer a sink and vanity with enclosed toilet and shower facilities.

Does Amtrak have rooms with bathrooms?

Is there a toilet in an Amtrak roomette?

Hear this out loudPauseFor customers seeking both privacy and savings in First Class, Roomettes feature: Two comfortable seats by day transformed into upper and lower beds by night. Newly upgraded bedding, pillows, towels and linens. Access to a restroom and shower in your car.

How much extra is a bedroom on Amtrak?

Hear this out loudPauseThe train rides took about 30 hours each way, and I had a private room in a sleeper car on both journeys. The ticket to Miami cost about $500 for a Viewliner roomette accommodation. The ticket back to New York cost about $1,000 for a bedroom accommodation.

Why are Amtrak bedrooms so expensive?

Hear this out loudPauseHeavy demand for private rooms on many routes has prompted Amtrak to charge the highest fares that passengers will pay.

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