The cabins of Palace on Wheels are a true representation royalty, exuding a royal opulence that is reminiscent of the luxury train. The train is 14 cabin long, all cabins fitted with air conditioning. Each cabin is unique, with an interior decor that is inspired by the dynasties that once ruled Rajasthan. The names of the cabins were adapted from the royal provinces of the Indian state.
With an interior decoration that is fit for royalty, the cabins do not only feature amazing fittings, but the comfort is also equally luxurious. Furnished with beautiful art, rich silk fabrics that ooze luxury and antique furniture that sends you back in time to when the region was once a royal province. The cabins were designed to make you feel like royalty throughout your stay. The cabins are fitted with state of the art facilities that will enhance your comfort. Posh toiletries and attached bathrooms, internet connectivity, telephone, safety deposit, individual temperature control, are some of the amenities that you will enjoy while on the Palace on Wheels. Each cabin has a special attendant called a Khidmatgar who is always available to attend to your needs.
39 Deluxe Cabins and 2 Super Deluxe Cabins
Restaurant Cars with Lounge Bar
1 Spa Car
The Palace on Wheels cabins are in two categories – Deluxe and Super Deluxe Suites:
The Palace on Wheels has 13 carriages exclusively dedicated to deluxe suites. The coaches are named Alwar, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Bundi, Dholpur, Dungarpur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kishangarh, Kota, Sirohi and Udaipur.
The super deluxe suites are contained in 1 super deluxe coach named the Jhalawar. The coach has 2 suites named Emerald and Diamond, each with queen size double beds. The furnishings are richly royal, reminescent of royal décor of the princes and the ambience resembles that of the bedroom and living rooms of royal princes