First Class Accommodations and Service for Acela Express Passengers
Exclusive Access to ClubAcela
Acela First Class service starts with access to ClubAcela in several northeast major stations - Boston South Station, New York Penn Station, Philadelphia 30th Street Station and Washington, DC Union Station with Wi-Fi® available. There, you can access your e-mail, conduct a meeting in the conference room, or simply relax and enjoy a complimentary snack. ClubAcela attendants are available to offer assistance and to direct you to your train. Visit Station Lounges for more details about ClubAcela.
At-Seat Service Onboard
Once onboard, you'll enjoy at-seat service provided by our onboard staff of First Class attendants. They'll be pleased to provide you a complimentary meal, along with a newspaper and beverage of your choice, and will be available to help you throughout your journey. Learn more about the Acela First Class dining experience.
Roomy, Comfortable Seating
While in First Class, you'll relax in spacious one-by-two seating. All of our seats have adjustable headrests, lumbar support, footrests and handy individual AC outlets to power up your device. Conference tables, with seating for two or four, are also available. A luggage tower and oversized overhead bins enable easy storage of carry-on luggage. See how spacious the Acela seating is compared with most airlines.
See more reasons why you should choose Acela Express over air travel or buses. Book your First Class ticket today and begin enjoying a higher class of service.
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