Sleeping Car Service for Select Overnight Northeast Regional Departures
Instead of Catching a Red Eye, Get Some Shut Eye, in a Sleeping Car on Amtrak Northeast Regional
Amtrak’s Sleeping Car service is coming to select overnight Northeast Regional departures. Tickets are now available to purchase for travel beginning on April 5. Rest comfortably in a room of your own, and sleep on your way to, or through, the city that never sleeps, and other great destinations between Boston and Washington DC.
Select from three types of private room accommodations: Roomettes, Bedrooms, and Accessible Bedrooms. Private rooms feature comfortable seating that folds into a bed, newly-upgraded bedding, pillows, towels and linens. A dedicated attendant provides turndown service, assists with meals, and helps with luggage.
Private room customers will be offered complimentary Metropolitan Lounge access at Washington Union and Boston South stations, as well as a complimentary alcoholic beverage upon boarding and continental breakfast before arrival.
Sample itineraries with one-way fares for one person traveling in a private room (including continental breakfast) are as low as:
- Boston, MA–Washington, DC: $288
- Philadelphia, PA–Boston, MA: $276
- Baltimore, MD–New Haven, CT: $256
- Train 66 travels daily and departs Washington Union Station at 10 p.m., arriving at New York Penn Station at 1:55 a.m. and Boston South Station at 7:58 a.m.
- Train 67 travels Sundays to Thursdays and departs Boston South Station at 9:30 p.m., arriving at New York Penn Station at 2:30 a.m. and Washington Union Station at 7 a.m.
- Train 65 travels Fridays and Saturdays and departs Boston South Station at 9:30 p.m., arriving at New York Penn Station at 2:30 a.m. and Washington Union Station at 6:30 a.m.
Roomette or Bedroom? Take a Tour of Both.
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