Private Sleeping Accommodations
Get a good night's sleep onboard the train.
In all rooms, daytime seating converts to beds at night. Amtrak’s private sleeping rooms include in-room features, services, and amenities to ensure a smooth and relaxing journey. As you get ready to book, here is all information you will need about Amtrak’s private rooms.
Choose from five different room types
For customers seeking both privacy and savings, Roomettes feature two comfortable seats by day and upper and lower berths by night. Each room includes a big picture window, fresh towels and linens, and access to a private restroom and shower.
For customers seeking plenty of comfort and room, Bedrooms provide twice the space as a Roomette and feature a sofa and armchair by day and upper and lower berths by night. Each room includes a big picture window, fresh towels and linens, and an in-room sink, restroom, and shower.
For customers seeking the ultimate sleeping car experience, Bedrooms Suites combine two adjoining Bedrooms — featuring two sofas and two armchairs by day and four berths by night. Each suite includes two big picture windows, fresh towels and linens, and two in-room sinks, restrooms, and showers.
For customers traveling with kids, Family Bedrooms span the width of the car with ample space for two adults and two children (aged 2-12). Each room features two sofas by day and two upper and two lower berths by night, plus two big picture windows, fresh towels and linens, and access to a private restroom and shower.
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, fresh towels and linens an accessible in-room sink and restroom, and access to a private shower.
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Frequently asked questions
Are meals included with my sleeping accommodations or any other perks?
Yes, all meals are included with the purchase of sleeping accommodations aboard the train as well as several other perks including; a picture window, showers and toilets, electrical outlets, climate...
How many people can a private room accommodate?
With the exception of Family Bedrooms (2 adults & 2 children age 12 or under) and Bedroom Suites (up to 4 adults), all Sleeping Car rooms accommodate one or two travelers per room. For more...
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...