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
- Upper and lower berth by night
- Newly upgraded bedding, pillows, towels and linens
- An accessible in-room sink and restroom and access to a private shower in your car
- A dedicated Sleeping Car attendant
- Complimentary lounge access
- Priority boarding
- Complimentary meals (including room service)
Room numbers will be automatically assigned once you have booked. Your ticket will show your exact car and room number. Upon boarding, your Sleeping Car attendant can show you to your room.
Superliner vs. Viewliner - What's the Difference?
The Amtrak Sleeping Car fleet consists of two types of cars: Superliner and Viewliner. The primary difference: a Superliner features two levels of private accommodations per car and Viewliner features a single level. For your trip, the type of car will depend on the route you select. Here is a snapshot of where you can expect each car in each part of the country.
*The Auto Train features Superliner sleeping cars.
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