When you travel on an Amtrak train, it’s so much more than just getting to your destination. It’s stretching out and relaxing. It’s eating and sleeping. It’s the scenery that will take your breath away. It’s simply a better way to travel. Take a look at the features and amenities that await onboard, compare your onboard sleeping and seating accommodations, and then book a trip, relax and enjoy your journey.
Amtrak offers private room accommodations on many routes across the country. Located in the Sleeping Car, a private room is the perfect option for customers seeking privacy and space on a short trip and added comfort and amenities when traveling overnight. When you book travel in a sleeping car, you’ll be entitled to a range of amenities and extras.
Comfortable and economical, Coach Class offers large, reclining seats with fold-down tray tables, overhead reading lights and overhead luggage racks. Plus, with large, panoramic windows, you can lean back and enjoy the view. If you want to get up and stretch your legs, there’s plenty of room to walk around, with restrooms conveniently located in every car.
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Great food, amazing views. Amtrak Dining Cars offer a truly unique experience. Large windows on both sides of the car offer panoramic views of the passing scenery while you enjoy a family-style dining experience on rails.
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Available in most Amtrak® long-distance trains, the Lounge Car is a popular place to grab a quick snack, unwind or meet new people. The upper level of our Sightseer Lounge Car offers a more dramatic view of the passing scenery with wraparound windows. Or, if you prefer, you’re always welcome to enjoy your sandwiches, soft drinks, beer and wine or cocktails in the car or back at your seat.
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Most sleeping car rooms are designed to comfortably accommodate two averaged-sized adults, one in each berth. Some rooms can accommodate more: on Superliner trains, for example, Family Bedrooms are designed to accommodate two adults and two children. Regular Bedrooms (not Roomettes, Family Bedrooms or Accessible Bedrooms) can be combined to create Bedroom Suites. In addition, lower berths in all Bedrooms (but not Roomettes) can accommodate two small adults or children, allowing up to three to share a room.
Yes. Sleeping accommodations are considered “Sleeper Service” accommodations aboard Amtrak. As Sleeper Service passengers, you and your sleeping car companions (up to the maximum passenger capacity for your accommodation) are entitled to receive all regular meals as part of your accommodations. The only exception is Silver Star trains.
Yes! You can upgrade to sleeping accommodations on any itinerary that includes overnight rail. If a package does not include overnight rail, you can add it on.
Yes! Sleeping car passengers are entitled to a range of hotel-like amenities, including fresh linen and towel service and complimentary bottled water. In addition, you and your companions enjoy access during your voyage to ClubAcela and Amtrak Metropolitan Lounges located at select stations.