Rocky Mountaineer is encouraging consumers to enjoy a more luxurious side of train travel with a limited-time Peaks and Perks promotion, offering couples up to £480 in added value on all eligible 2018 packages.
With rail disruption across the country this August Bank Holiday, UK holidaymakers faced a variety of travel woes as they tried to get away. The world’s largest privately owned luxury tourist train is inviting guests to travel through Canada’s majestic Rocky Mountains in a bid to help Brits rekindle any lost love of train travel.
Rocky Mountaineer is offering couples credit on eligible journeys booked before 27th October 2017, for either GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf services with a duration of eight days (seven nights) or more. This exclusive offer gives guests the opportunity to book a variety of luxurious add-ons, including extra hotel nights in Seattle, Vancouver or Calgary, airport transfers, alternative Rocky Mountaineer routes, meals, activities and tours. Credit can also be used towards a timeless Alaskan Cruise as part of the Rocky Mountaineer’s Rail and Cruise packages.
The world-renowned train’s new First Passage to the West Culinary Exploration Package, from Vancouver to Calgary, is just one example of the unique holidays included this short-time offer. A 10 day / 9 night voyage, priced from £2,990 per guest, includes a foodie themed itinerary incorporating an enchanting walking tour of Granville Island or Chinatown, an Icefields Parkway tour and even a six-course paired tasting menu at the luxury Eden restaurant at the Rimrock Hotel in Banff.
With four exclusive rail routes through Canada’s beautiful West to choose from, each boasting breathtaking scenery, exquisite onboard dining, and exclusive customer service, it will be a truly unforgettable onboard experience that rekindles guests’ love of train travel.
For further information about this limited-time ‘Peaks and Perks’ offer and Rocky Mountaineer train routes, visit www.rockymountaineer.com.