LOOKING to travel from London to Scotland? Booking onto the Caledonian Sleeper could ensure a comfortable journey. New trains feature beds and ensuites.
ON TRACK: The re-vamped trains will be unveiled in June (Pic: Caledonian Sleeper)
The Caledonian Sleeper train has had a £150 million upgrade.
Passengers travelling between London and Scotland will be treated to plush new carriages and cosy interiors.
First pictures of the makeover emerged after guests were invited to test the service this week.
The re-vamped Caledonian Sleeper features 75 swanky carriages.
It has been given upgrades to make travel feel more like a “hotel-style experience”.
Cabins boast their own double beds and ensuite bathrooms – making them unlike any other train in the world.
Bespoke comfort seats have been installed to make journeys as comfortable as possible.
Passengers will also be able to enjoy some down time at the communal lounge bar.
SLEEP TIGHT: Double beds are located in the carriages (Pic: Caledonian sleeper)
THE SUITE LIFE: Cabins have their own ensuite bathrooms (Pic: Caledonian sleeper)
SMOOTH OPERATOR: The makeover should make travelling even more comfortable (Pic: Caledonian sleeper)
Travellers can book a spot on the Caledonian sleeper from May.
The first service between London and Scotland will run on June 2.
As pictures of the train have been unveiled, managing director Ryan Flaherty passed his verdict on the upgrade.
CHUFFED: Guests who trialled the service seem to be satisfied with it (Pic: REX) RRead More – Source