1st Class Parlour Suite B64
First class parlour suite B64, Titanic, Belfast, March 1912.
Titanic’s first class accommodation was capable of housing up to 735 passengers. The style of accommodation on offer ranged from comfortable single-berth cabins to magnificent multi-room parlour suites.
The first class cabins and suites were located over five decks, generally amidships, where the ship’s motion would be least felt. First class accommodation also held 350 cheaper standard cabins with single beds, used for accompanying servants and staff.
"Perhaps the most striking are the suite rooms of which there is an unusually large number, decorated in different styles and periods."
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