Grand Central

Seating Options

Travelers in the distinguished First Class cars, well, they typically play chess for real. Games of business strategy that have propelled them to a level of success that enables them to travel in supreme comfort. That’s the First Class cabin of the Grand Central. Offering those working or relaxing the highest level of contentment with improved seating and generous legroom. Not to mention a highly trained and customer focused staff there to make your journey as memorable and agreeable as possible. But like chess, it has to start somewhere. And now, my friends, it’s your move.

Duo Seats

Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.

Solo Seat

A seat on its own next to the window with a pull-down table.

Club 2 Seat

Two solo seats facing each other across a table.

Club 4 Seat

Four seats facing each other across a table.

Meals & Concessions

It seems appropriate that the food on the Grand Central train might offer choices as varied as its American namesake. With everything from locally produced food and drinks served at your First Class seat, to a wide variety of buffet fare to satisfy any taste. In addition to your complimentary beverages, the bar-buffet located near the center of the train provides a large selection of hot and cold drinks including a wide range of alcoholic beverages, fresh sandwiches, chips, snacks, chocolate and cakes available for purchase.

Also, when traveling in First Class to or from London Kings Cross before 11:00 am can enjoy a complementary light breakfast. With all this service to pamper your taste buds, you’ll feel like you’re at the center of the universe. Hey, that’s just like Grand Central, too.

On Board Services

Onboard services on the Grand Central are designed to create a premium environment conducive to relaxation or peak productivity. It starts with wide, reclining seats, complimentary beverages and a free newspaper. It continues with power outlets in most cars and free WiFi. Add to all that a friendly, highly trained staff and you have more than everything you need. You have everything you want.

Services at the station

What could be better than waiting in line at the train station? Well, we could think of a few things. That’s why we suggest e-tickets. They let you print your ticket at the station. You go right to the ticketing kiosk, print, and then you’re ready to board your train. Unless, of course, you’d prefer to stop in at a fabulous store or restaurant with the time you just saved.

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