Rovos Rail offers accommodation of an unmatched standard combining the opulence of pre-war travel with subtle modern innovations. Each of the individually air-conditioned suites accommodates two people offering the option of twin or double beds. The Royal Suites (16 m²) each have their own private lounge area and feature a full en-suite bathroom with shower and Victorian bath. The Deluxe Suites (11 m²) each have a lounge area and en-suite bathroom with shower. The Pullman Suites (7 m²) have a room with a bench seat during the day which converts to double or twin beds for the evening. They also have an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Breakfast, lunch, and formal dinner are served in the charming Victorian atmosphere of the dining cars. Meals are carefully prepared and are complemented by a selection of excellent South African wines. Attire that is more formal is worn in the evening on the “Pride of Africa”. A collar and tie is a minimum requirement. The Observation Car seats 32 passengers and takes up the rear end of the train. The coach next to it contains a smoking lounge and seats eight. At the center of the train is a non-smoking lounge car, which comfortably seats 26 passengers. In maintaining the spirit of travel of a bygone era, there are no radios or television sets onboard and the use of cellular telephones is confined to the privacy of the suites.
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