Explore the latest 2021 & 2022 Venice Simplon-Orient-Express prices for all journeys available across Europe. Sister train to the original Orient Express, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is one of the most luxurious trains in the world and the closest you can get to riding the legendary train famous for being featured in many novels and films.
Venice Simplon-Orient-Express prices start from £1,700/$2,360/€1,980 per person for a Twin Cabin, £2,720/$3,780/€3,170 per person for a Cabin Suite and £5,875/$8,170/€6,855 per person for a Grand Suite. The price includes all meals onboard, usually consisting of a four-course dinner, continental breakfast and three-course brunch or lunch, steward service and champagne reception on arrival.
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express prices below are per person based on two sharing a cabin. There is an additional charge for single occupancy of any cabin. Please note that prices do fluctuate with demand and as the train becomes closer to being fully-booked. Any of these journeys can be booked with a 25% deposit, for more information please contact us.
Sister to the famous Orient Express, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is one of the most luxurious trains in the world. Made up of 17 authentic and beautifully restored 1920s carriages, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express takes passengers back to the Golden Age of Travel, when luxury train journeys were at their most popular and favoured by the wealthy.
During the 1920s there were actually three trains making up the Orient Express service. The Orient Express as everyone knows from novels and films, the Alberg Orient Express and the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. Taking a different Orient Express Route to the more famous 'Orient Express', the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express headed south from from Paris to Venice via the Simplon Tunnel.
Today the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is the closest anyone can get to experiencing what the epitome of luxury train travel is like. Offering a wealth of journeys across Europe, including a once-a-year special journey from Paris to Istanbul following the famous cross-continental route the original Orient Express took, a journey onboard the VSOE is one that will leave lasting memories as you experience the very best of luxury rail travel.
The Venice Simplon Orient Express Cabins are available in three different sizes: Twin Cabins, Cabin Suites and Grand Suites. A Twin Cabin is converted from a cosy lounge during the day to a bedroom at night by the stewards while you are at dinner, while the other two are large enough to include a separate sleeping area to the lounge.
A Twin Cabin is only available with bunks, however many passengers opt to explore the train during the day and simply using their cabin to store luggage and to sleep. A Cabin Suite is twice the size of a Twin Cabin and is essentially made up of two interconnecting Twin Cabins; one with space for sleeping and the other as a lounge.
The Grand Suites are much larger and much more ornate. There are only six Grand Suites onboard, however each is named after a destination the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express visits and each has it's own unique décor. Grand Suites also benefit from having their own en-suites as well as dedicated steward and free-flowing champagne.
There are a limited number of single cabins available only by request. Passengers are able to choose sole occupancy of any cabin type at additional expense.