The coaches holding the Suites are named as Heera and Neelam. As you see, the name of the cabins are provided with gems, which are increasing value. For instance, Heera (Diamond) is the name of coach of Suites and Pukhraj (Sapphire) is the name of the coach of Junior Suites.
Obviously Diamond is more valuable than Sapphire. The train has given more thought to the name factor of the coaches. As indicated earlier, there are only two coaches of Suites and in total, only four suites. All the suites are double bedded. The size of the double bed is the same as that of the other cabins. The coaches have a mini pantry.
The size of the Suites is a little larger than the Junior Suites, thanks to the additional en-suite facilities like mini-bar, bathtub and others. The cabin is separated into living room and bedroom. The living room is fitted with antique styled upholstery to give a royal feel to the vacation.
Arm chairs with side tables, writing table and other furniture in the living room.
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.
Hair dryer, range of toiletries.
Bath tub and shower cubicle with complimentary bath salts.
Meals, soft drinks, in-hose brands of liquor and spirits inside the train.
Off-train excursions in luxury car with guide.
Entrance fee to monuments with camera fee.
Service of English speaking guide.
Porter service at the railway station.
Paramedic services 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.