Courtesy of Canadian Pacific

Royal Canadian Pacific, Canada

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While it can’t lay claim to the biggest or most luxurious sleeper cars around, the RCP’s Art Deco staterooms stand apart for their serious pedigrees: Winston Churchill, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth II all slept here. Compartments are lined with Russian Circassian walnut inlaid with intricate maple carvings, and original brass radiators and period furnishings such as Turkish drapes add to the ambience. The train stops overnight to allow you to slumber peacefully under your goose-down duvet. In the morning, open the blinds to watch the snow-covered Rockies slide by.

Deluxe Detail: Each compartment is individually designed.

Six-day, five-night journey through the Canadian Rockies: $7,853 per person.

World's Fanciest Sleeper Cars

Royal Canadian Pacific, Canada

While it can’t lay claim to the biggest or most luxurious sleeper cars around, the RCP’s Art Deco staterooms stand apart for their serious pedigrees: Winston Churchill, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth II all slept here. Compartments are lined with Russian Circassian walnut inlaid with intricate maple carvings, and original brass radiators and period furnishings such as Turkish drapes add to the ambience. The train stops overnight to allow you to slumber peacefully under your goose-down duvet. In the morning, open the blinds to watch the snow-covered Rockies slide by.

Deluxe Detail: Each compartment is individually designed.

Six-day, five-night journey through the Canadian Rockies: $7,853 per person.

Courtesy of Canadian Pacific

World's Fanciest Sleeper Cars

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