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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"

Train Layout

Amtrak's Onboard Experience

Frequently asked questions

What are the 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 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...

How much does a private room onboard cost?

The prices of the private rooms onboard Amtrak vary depending on what type of room you reserve, your travel destination(s), when you are traveling, how far in advance you make your reservations, and...