Train Review: Caledonian Sleeper – Classic Room: London to Glasgow

Picture shows the Caledonian Sleeper Train
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Who doesn’t want to stay in luxury? On a train? Falling asleep to the clickety-clackety sound as you speed through darkened countryside, awaking to a rich breakfast served by liveried staff members on silver trays…

HOLD ON – that’s the Orient Express.

The Caledonian Sleeper is a different kind of luxury: practical comfort.

Let me show you the room, the facilities, how breakfast is served as I take this luxury hotel train from London Euston to Glasgow Central. Can one tall man fit in a 60cm bed? Can he sleep? In the time of Covid? And what does all of this goodness cost? Should you fly instead? So. Many. Questions.

This is the *written* review based around photos. You can jump straight to the video version by clicking here.

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I'm Patrick, your Irish guide to the skies and beyond. With 58 countries visited, my journeys have taken me from busy economy to fabulous first-class.

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