This is the second level of luxury in the train. The train holds just 18 Junior Suites. Out of those Junior Suites, twelve are twin bedded cabins and the rest have double beds. The size of the beds are similar to that of the Deluxe cabin.
However, the overall size of the suite is larger, thereby giving more space to walk around inside the coach. The Junior Suites are tad more luxurious than the Deluxe cabins with additional amenities inside the suites and more facilities in the train coach.
These 18 cabins are located in six train coaches. Thus, each coach holds three Junior Suites.
Just like the Deluxe Cabins, the coaches of Junior Suites are also named after the precious stones of India like Moonga, Moti, Panna, Manik, Gomed and Pukhraj. In addition to the Junior Suites, the coaches containing the Junior Suite also holds a mini pantry, which is serviced by a valet.
Stylish writing table with two chairs.
Luggage hold – found underneath the bed. If your luggage does not fit under the bed, you can choose to hand it over to the butler to keep it in the luggage carry-on coach./
Live television with LCD screen and DVD Player with top Indian movies (with English subtitles).
Wi-Fi facilities for internet.
Direct dial telephone with international facilities.
Wardrobe and a personal safe.
Bath towels, bed linens, bathrobe and a pair of slippers.
24/7 complimentary tea, light snack, coffee and mineral water.
A butler for one coach (3 Junior Suites).
Hair dryer, range of toiletries.
En-suite bathroom holds a shower cubicle.
Mini-pantry inside the coach.
Meals, soft drinks, in-hose brands of liquor and spirits inside the train.
Off-train excursions in deluxe coaches.
Entrance fee to monuments with camera fee.
Service of English speaking guide.
Porter service at the railway station.
Paramedic service inside the train.
Optional off-train excursions.
Video camera and professional camera entry fee.
Air tickets and hotel tickets pre and post the train tour.
Private car excursion upgrades.