The carriages of the “Al Andalus” were used by the British Royal family in the last century as they journeyed from Calais to the Cote d’Azur. The train also has seven recently remodeled suite sleepers, five of which were built in France in 1929. The Belle Epoque inspired suites have been enhanced with modern technological comforts, but have still managed to preserve the historical value and charm for the enjoyment of the guests.
The “Al Andalus” has a total of 32 suites consisting of 12 Standard and 20 Superior Suites, all of which have separate air conditioners. The Standrd Suites have 2 single beds, a safe, closet and private bathroom. The Superior Suites are equipped with a double bed (150 x 200 cm), mini-bar, safe, closet and large full bathroom.
During the day, the beds fold into comfortable couches, converting the suites into private lounges. Additionally, the highly trained train crew is available at your service 24 hours a day to assist you with all your needs.
There are two types of rooms : Deluxe and Gran Clase. There are 20 Deluxe and 12 Gran Clase Rooms
All suites on the Al Andalus luxury train have their private shower and WC for the guests.
There are 4 Deluxe Rooms to each train car; There are 6 Gran Clase Rooms in the train car making them relatively small in comparision.
Also Gran Clase Rooms are located towards the end of the train so the guests have to walk through at least 5 train cars of Deluxe Rooms before reaching their cabin from the dining car or the restaurant car or the lounge car.