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Accessible Bedroom

For customers traveling with a disability, Accessible Bedrooms are located on the entry-level of the train and offer ample space for a wheelchair. Each room features a sofa for two by day and upper and lower berths by night, plus a big picture window.

  • An accessible in-room sink and restroom
  • Access to a private shower nearby in your car
  • Complimentary meals
  • A dedicated Sleeping Car attendant
  • Fresh towels and linens
  • Priority boarding
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Up to 2 Adults
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1-2 Suitcases
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In-Room Restroom
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Private Shower Access Available Nearby in Your Car
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Room Length 7'1" – 9’5"
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Room Width 6'8" - 6'9"

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Frequently asked questions

What are the First Class sleeping accommodations on the train like?

Amtrak trains traveling on long-distance routes typically use either two-level Superliner or one-level Viewliner trains. Both types of trains include rooms arranged in various configurations as well...

What's included in a First Class private sleeping room?

In all rooms, 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. Bed linens and soap are...

What is a Superliner and Viewliner sleeper? 

The Amtrak Sleeping Car fleet consists of two types of cars: Superliner and Viewliner. The primary difference is that a Superliner features two levels of private accommodations per car (double-decker...

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