The Eastern & Oriental Express offers three grades of beautifully appointed compartments: Pullman, State and Presidential Cabins The interior walls are cherry wood and elm burr paneled, adorned with decorative marquetry and intricate inlays. All the beds fold into comfortable seating during the day. Each cabin is fully air-conditioned with an en suite shower, washbasin and WC and features large picture windows for an excellent view of the passing scenery. Facilities include 24-hour steward service, international electric sockets (220 volts) and 110 volt adapter for razors, a personal safe and hairdryer.
The Eastern & Oriental Express has 30 Pullman Cabins that measure comfortably at 62 square feet. During the daytime the compartment is a private lounge provided by a banquette style sofa. At night the seating converts to an upper and lower bed. A private en suite shower, washbasin and WC is also provided in your cabin.
The Eastern & Oriental Express has 28 State Cabins which measure 84 square feet each. Configured as a private lounge during the day, with a banquette style sofa, fixed chair and one movable chair. Fixed daytime seating converts to two single beds at night. A private en suite shower, washbasin and WC is also provided.
Each of the two Presidential Cabins measures 125 square feet and are the ultimate in luxury train comfort. The cabins are configured as a private lounge during the day, with banquette style sofa and fixed chair, and two moveable chairs. Fixed daytime seating converts to two single beds at night. A private en suite shower, washbasin and WC is also provided. Guests in Presidential Suites enjoy the additional benefit of a complimentary bar in their cabin.
Dining / Lounge
On board the Eastern & Oriental Express, breakfast and afternoon tea are served in your compartment; lunch and dinner are served in the two restaurant cars, lavishly decorated with rosewood and elm paneling. Chefs on board are internationally renowned for their ability to create a tantalising variety of Eastern and European dishes.
For those passengers wishing to rise early to take advantage of the beautiful scenery, tea and coffee is served in the Observation Car.