#ReasonsToRide: It’s Comfortable

#ReasonsToRide: It’s Comfortable

0814_INTERNS__3747-1024x683With more room and amenities than any other form of transportation, we make sure that your Amtrak ride is an enjoyable experience from start to finish. Whether it’s more legroom or a fully-stocked Cafe Car, we believe that travel is more than getting from place to place. It’s about relaxing and enjoying the journey along the way. Here are some of the top reasons to ride Amtrak for a relaxing onboard experience.

Plentiful Legroom
Go ahead, stretch out! With more legroom (40 inches, to be exact), you don’t have to book a massage to unwind from traveling with us.  No matter your height, you’ll find that all that extra room means it’s easier to store your bag at your feet, or spread out with your Cafe Car coffee and snacks.

Tasty Train Treats
We’ve got more than peanuts. Much more. After you’ve boarded, head over to the Cafe Car for your favorite snacks like M&M’s and chips, or maybe a sandwich and a glass or wine. You’re our guest, and hospitality is very important to us. Bon appetit!

Dual Outlets for Every Seat
iPhone battery in the red? No worries. We’ve got dual outlets at every seat so you can hop on and charge up. (You get an outlet! And you get an outlet! Everyone gets an outlet!)

Plush Seats
Ever sat in an Amtrak seat? It’s plush, like your grandpa’s favorite armchair. We don’t cut corners with comfort, and large seats with armrests (and in some trains depending on the location, foot rests) mean you can curl up with a great book without getting distracted by discomfort.

With free WiFi, an Amtrak trip is complete. Never miss a news update again, or an email from the kids. Or, track your train as your head towards your next great adventure.

What are some of the other comforts of Amtrak travel? Tell us in the comments below!

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