Economy compartment in the Comfortline sleeping car
Every compartment has its own washbasin including toiletries and hand towels. And in every coach there is an additional washing facility with a washbasin, WC and in some cases a shower.
Deluxe compartment in the Comfortline sleeping car
The Deluxe compartments also have their own bathroom with washbasin, shower and WC, and a folding table.
All the compartments can be locked by the passenger from inside and outside, and a call system allows direct contact to the service team.
Up to three can travel conveniently through the night in one compartment. Many technical details ensure a pleasant, comfortable journey, even when the compartment is fully booked. These include beds whose height can be adjusted, with improved access, non-slip floors, large, illuminated mirrors, handles and an extra folding seat (only in the Deluxe compartment) and even an individual wake-up call.
If you would like even more space and comfort, you can convert two adjacent compartments into a suite for up to six passengers by means of a combining door. You can combine two Economy compartments or one Economy and one Deluxe compartment. Please note that all passengers have to have a 1st class ticket if you book a combination of Deluxe and Economy.
Picture: Shower and WC Deluxe compartment in the Comfortline sleeping car
|Route||Name of train||Bicycle carriage|
|Amsterdam - Munich||Pollux||20 places|
|Munich - Berlin||Capella||6 places|
|Munich - Hamburg||Pyxis||6 places|
|Munich - Rome||Lupus||8 places|
|Munich - Venice||Pictor||8 places|
|Zurich - Amsterdam||Pegasus||20 places|
|Zurich - Berlin||Sirius||20 places|
|Zurich - Hamburg||Komet||20 places|
|Zurich - Prague||Canopus||20 places|
|Oberhausen - Prague||Kopernikus||8 places|
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