On overnight trains, splurging for a private space is worth the price.
In private cabins, travelers get a bed, a sink, a vanity, and sometimes a full bathroom.
AdvertisementIf you want to sleep on an overnight train, book a private cabin.
But when I've booked private cabins on Amtrak and Nightjet, ranging from $200 to $1,000, I've slept better with no disruptions.
So I recommend private cabins to all travelers with rolling luggage, a nighttime routine, or a desire to sleep well.
I've, —, Joey Hadden
Service, OBB Nightjet, OBB, Amtrak
Berlin, Vienna, Austria, Venice, Italy, Miami