Caledonian Sleeper virtual experience at Edinburgh Fringe
The new fleet of Caledonian Sleeper trains will be on show with a special virtual reality event during the Fringe.
A virtual reality portal will be located within Edinburgh Waverley Station for two days. The portal will allow visitors to see the future of overnight travel in the UK.
The virtual tour will allow users to walk through the Club Car and discover the rooms on the new trains, a number of which will be en-suite.
The event will run on Sunday August 19 and Monday August 20. And those who attend will be able to enter an exclusive competition to be in with the chance of winning a return trip for two on the new trains.
A range of accommodation options will include
Classic Rooms (twin or single)
Club Rooms (twin or single with en-suite)
Caledonian Double (double bed with en-suite)
Fully accessible rooms for guests with reduced mobility
Other new features will also be included, such as a hotel-style key card entry system, more accessible rooms, charging panels and WiFi throughout the train.
The trains will initially be introduced on the Lowlander route between Glasgow / Edinburgh and London from October. There will then be a phased transition on the Highlander route, which serves Fort William, Aberdeen and Inverness.
To discover more about the new trains, visit Caledonian Sleeper’s dedicated website at newtrains.sleeper.scot
10am to 8pm on Sunday 19th August and from 8am to 8pm on Monday 20th August.
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