These suites contained two bedrooms, a sitting room, and a private bath and lavatory. But the first class rooms were located from E Deck up. Titanic - First class parlour suite B57. An accurate drawing of a second class single berth cabin. As was standard at the time, the bulk of first-class bathroom facilities were shared. (Click image to enlarge) Much has been made of Titanic's luxurious interiors and living quarters.However little is ever said about the officer's living quarters, which must have surely been an improvement over many other ships of her day. Furnished with comfortable wicker chairs and Chesterfields upholstered in green damask silk, the room would have been conspicuously light and airy because of the beautifully illuminated leaded-glass windows which ran along either side of the room.  Staterooms increased in size thereafter with double beds, built-in wardrobes, and comfortable seating areas. , The Verandah Café was similar in style on both the Olympic and the Titanic. 2001; 101. No pictures of the Titanic's Smoking Room are known, only those of the Olympic. The Titanic's first-class accommodation held up to 735 passengers, and featured single-room cabins as well as multi-room suites . Mar 23, 2016 - Amazing photographs and illustrations of Titanic's interior taken between March and April, 1912. There were a small number of outside contractors hired to fit out select rooms or provide furnishings. … There was a Temperate Room, Cool Room, Hot Room, Steam Room, electric bath and two Shampoo Rooms where massage was performed. We first class will be full of some of the most famous people when we set off.  The A-Deck level was undoubtedly the most spectacular and is the most recognisable due to its frequent depiction in film.  The À la Carte Restaurant provided the most intimate atmosphere on board. Other amenities found on the First Class deck included a Parisian Café, A La Carte Restaurant, tea gardens, reception room, verandah café, heated swimming pool, gymnasium, library, squash court, barbershop, kennel, elevators, smoking room, Turkish bath, dining saloon, reading and writing rooms, and enclosed promenade decks to walk and sit on. The food was superb: caviar, lobster, quail from Egypt, plovers' eggs, and hothouse grapes and fresh peaches. "Turkish Baths" 'Notes for First Class Passengers On Board the Steamers of the White Star Line in the Services Between Great Britain and the United States and Canada.  The ship's designers had originally planned to build an extravagant two-storey dining saloon topped by a dome for the Titanic and her sisters, like those on the rival Cunard liners Lusitania and Mauretania. Six HD images of Titanic’s famous first-class public rooms for you to download! Victorian Turkish Baths. A replica statue of the Diana of Versailles stood on the mantelpiece, with a large mirror above.  An imposing Aubusson tapestry, La Chasse du duc de Guise, hung in front of the staircase. Such was the attention to historic detail that every piece of furniture, light fixture, upholstery, and woodwork was recreated with an obsessive care for accuracy by designers and master craftsmen at Harland and Wolff. Wels, Susan. In total there were 39 suites located on B and C decks.. Answer (1 of 21): RMS Titanic was a luxury passenger liner that went to its early demise after hitting and iceberg on the 14th April, 1912. The Titanic consisted of 643 rooms totally, out of which 214 in the first class, … Robert Rinehart Publishers: 1997; 58. The dining saloon was open between 8 and 10 am for breakfast, 1 and 2:30 pm for lunch, and 6 and 7:30 pm for dinner. In the centre of the far-back wall was a Norman Wilkinson painting, Plymouth Harbor, which hung over a coal-burning fireplace in white marble. The state rooms were of the highest standard and the private promenade decks were very spacious, which was unique at … A grand first-class dining room on the original Titanic featured arched doorways and spacious armchairs. , To the right of the fireplace was a revolving door which led to the Verandah Café. The Ghosts of the Abyss exploration in 2001 discovered that the Titanic's reception room differed in several minor details from the Olympic: there were more support pillars, the decorative grilles of the elevator entrances were different, and there was a completely unknown wrought iron grill door in the front of the D-Deck gangway entrance.  On E-Deck staterooms and cabins were interchangeable between First and Second-Class, meaning sections could be prioritized for either one of the classes in the event of overbooking or high demand. Against one wall was a marble drinking fountain. March 1910, 3rd Issue; 29. They would simply call out the number they would want to hear and the band would respond to the request. RMS stands for “Royal Mail Ship,” because the Titanic was carrying letters to America for the Royal Mail.  The vestibules were partially enclosed areas in the same white Jacobean-style panelling, and each contained a large sideboard for storing china. Open daily between 8 am and 11 pm, the room was used primarily for socializing and the taking of tea, coffee and light refreshment before and after dinner, serviced by a small connecting bar. Certain artifacts which once decorated the room have been recovered from the debris field, including two of the gilt-bronze chandeliers, and portions of the red and blue linoleum floor tiles.. Photo of 1st class rooms for fans of R.M.S. Hutchings, David F.; de Kerbrech, Richard P. (2011). The first-class dining saloon on D-Deck was preceded by a large reception room, measuring 460 m2 (4,951 sq ft), located at the foot of the forward grand staircase and encompassing the entire width of the ship. , The suites on B and C-Decks were richly appointed in 11 different period styles, including Adam, Louis XIV, XV, and XVI, French Empire, Georgian, Jacobean and Italian Renaissance.  Unlike the main dining saloon, the restaurant gave passengers the freedom to eat whenever they liked (between 8 am and 11 pm). Instead of a cherub, the central post of the staircase contained an impressive gilt candelabra with electric lights. Add To Cart . The First Class public rooms included a dining saloon, reception room, and restaurant, lounge, reading and writing room, smoking room and the veranda cafes and palm courts. Outstanding images of the marble Adam-style fireplace in Bruce Ismay's Deluxe Suite sitting room and the gilded Louis Quinze fireplace of Mrs. Cardeza's sitting room were produced.  On the Titanic there were two additional stateroom suites installed on either side of the A-Deck staircase, one of which was occupied by Thomas Andrews, the ship's builder. Although closely similar to her sister ship and predecessor the RMS Olympic, Titanic featured additional first-class staterooms, augmented public rooms, and myriad minor improvements to enhance her luxury and comfort.  Morning tea and pastries were served to passengers in their staterooms, but there was no room service in the modern sense – passengers had to go to the dining room to be served full breakfasts and other meals. Communal lavatories with illuminated signage could be found along the passageways divided by gender. The type of first-class stateroom that predominated was a single- or double-berth stateroom which contained a dressing table, horsehair sofa, wardrobe, and marble-topped washstand with basin. The First-Class Dining Room on Titanic was identical to that of her sister ship Olympic.  Nonetheless the wood panelling that lined the walls is recognizable and so are some of the exercise machines. , The restaurant was one of the most luxurious rooms on the ship, decorated in the Louis XVI style, with exquisitely carved French walnut panelling trimmed in gilt-brass accents. All had up to five different rooms: 2 bedrooms, 2 wardrobe rooms, and a bathroom. This page was last edited on 5 February 2021, at 08:53. The first-class corridors were in general very spartan in appearance, but the B and C Deck passageways which accessed the very finest staterooms were more impressive. The reception room was decorated in richly carved mahogany Jacobean-style panelling painted a glossy white.  Unlike the Olympic, the Titanic's cooling room did not have an exterior wall but still included "fake" portholes concealed by a carved Cairo curtain. The Titanic had a total capacity of 3,547 passengers and crew members, but on its maiden voyage, only 2,340 people were on board. All the rooms were beautifully decorated. One of these was the Cafe Parisien. "The Mammoth Book of the Titanic" Carroll & Graf: 2002; 8-9. harv error: no target: CITEREFWels,_Susan1997 (, harv error: no target: CITEREFMark_Chimside2004 (, harv error: no target: CITEREFGérard_Piouffre2009 (, harv error: no target: CITEREFBruce_Beveridge2008 (, harv error: no target: CITEREFSusan_Wels (, Lynch, Don & Marschall, Ken. Isador Straus was a partner of Macey’s department store, New York. The space which had been given over to an encircling B-Deck promenade on the Olympic was converted to additional, large period inspired suites on Titanic, some of the finest on board. Several of the Titanic's dining room chairs were recovered by the Mackay Bennett as wreckage in the weeks after the sinking, as is attested in photographs. The restaurant could accommodate 137 diners at a time. Along the Starboard side of F-Deck was a spa complex for first-class passengers known as the Turkish Baths. Matsen, Brad. , Many of these staterooms had private entrances, separate servants' quarters, adjoining doors, wardrobe rooms, and en-suite bathrooms; and could be booked in groups to accommodate families and servants. RMS Titanic. Titanic was a luxurious ship and tickets were expensive. They also came with some modern electrical appliances such as heaters, telephones, fans, and steward call bells. There were two aisles the length of the room which created a large central dining area delineated by pillars.  The Restaurant featured its own custom Spode china service in gilt and cobalt blue.  While Titanic's first–class passengers were treated to an opulent Turkish bath, there were only two bathtubs for over 700 third–class passengers. The floor was laid with blue and red linoleum tiles and the plaster ceiling was moulded with plaster medallions. Photo was taken inside room B60 looking into room B58. "Baths" 'Notes for First Class Passengers On Board the Steamers of the White Star Line in the Services Between Great Britain and the United States and Canada. The Grand Staircase was one of the most impressive features on board the Titanic and the centre of first-class activity.  The room would have flooded early in the sinking and its location deep within the ship insulated it from damage when the bow hit the sea bed. It is assumed to be the source of much of the woodwork recovered as wreckage after the sinking. Mediterranean Ports and the United States. In addition, her capacity for crew members exceeded 900, as most documents of her original configuration have stated that her full carrying capacity for both passengers and crew was … … When it came to the cruise food, though, there was little room for improvement. This part of the deck was installed with wooden slatted wrought iron benches from where passengers could enjoy views of the stern and the sea. "Chapter 23: The Turkish bath at sea". Passengers could get their clothes pressed and shoes polished on request, for a small fee.  Relatively few artifacts have been recovered from the debris field that are identified with the À la Carte Restaurant. The forward end is distinguished by the stateroom windows which lined the walls along either side, with their heavy bronze frames and etched glass panes.  Contrary to what has often been portrayed in films, the orchestra did not play during meals. "Barber" 'Notes for First Class Passengers On Board the Steamers of the White Star Line in the Services Between Great Britain and the United States and Canada. Titanic and Olympic were the most luxurious passenger cruise ships ever built.  The café was furnished with wicker tables and chairs, accommodating up to 68 passengers, and was decorated in ivy-covered trellises and other climbing plants.  There was a tiered buffet stand in the centre of the room and sideboards were sited at each end of the room containing the china service. According to Titanic's general arrangement plans, the ship could accommodate 833 First Class Passengers, 614 in Second Class and 1,006 in Third Class, for a total passenger capacity of 2,453. The Titanic had a total of 840 staterooms. They were installed after being purchased at auction when the Olympic was scrapped in 1935. On D Deck, there was an enormous first-class dining saloon, 114 ft. long x 92 ft. wide. The café was elegantly furnished with wicker tables and chairs, spread out across a checkerboard tiled floor in light brown and beige. "It is panelled and framed in pine and finished enamel white, with furniture of teak. The average cost of a first-class ticket to board the Titanic was about $400 ($5,000 in today's money).  This room gives the best approximation of how the lounge appeared on the Olympic and thereby the Titanic. There was an accompanying Spectator's Gallery on F-Deck overlooking the court. The deck chairs were cane, made by Dryad of Leicester. In today’s money you could expect to pay an average of $70,000 per first class ticket. , On the night of the sinking, the Wideners, a wealthy couple from Philadelphia, hosted a dinner party at the restaurant in honour of Captain Smith. About 10 of Titanic's deck chairs are known today, including one in the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, Nova Scotia and one in the Museum of the City of New York.  Standard suites could range in price from £100-£300, whereas the more lavish and opulent parlour suites cost £500-£100. Virtually all of the suites on B and C Decks featured en-suite bathrooms. , The 2001 Ghosts of the Abyss expedition attempted to gain entry to the À la Carte Restaurant, only to find that the aft end of A and B Decks in the seriously damaged stern section had collapsed upon one another. "Lounge" 'Notes for First Class Passengers On Board the Steamers of the White Star Line in the Services Between Great Britain and the United States and Canada.  Reminiscent of an outdoor sidewalk café, its rooms were brightly lit by large windows and double sliding doors that opened onto the aft end of the first-class Promenade Deck. The windows were lined with pink silk curtains and looked out onto the Promenade Deck, allowing ample sunlight to flood the room. Another home was found to contain about 24 panels from the restaurant in 2012.. Our ship portrays elegance with our walnut paneling, our brass and wooden furniture with the finest fabrics.First class is high society and … In contrast to the linoleum floors on the Olympic, the Titanic's reception room was covered with plush Axminster carpeting and there were potted palms in built-in holders in the corners of the alcoves. The staircase was crowned by an extravagant wrought iron and glass dome with a large chandelier at the centre. RMS Titanic Cafe Parisien. Far out of the reach of most people at the time. Each level was constructed in solid English oak with sweeping curves and the surrounding spaces panelled in the sleek neoclassical William and Mary style. There was a charge of 4 shillings (£20 in 2019) or $1, per person for admission.. Each featured a faux fireplace, large card table, plush sofas and chairs, sideboards, and writing desks. The Olympic featured two diving boards which proved to be a safety hazard for divers, so they were not installed on Titanic. Everyone is familiar with the breathtaking Grand Staircase with the glass dome over it, but the Titanic had many other amenities, including electricity and the wireless Marconi system. It is accessed fairly easily via ROV from the forward stairwell, though there is a deep layer of silt and hanging rusticles which obscure large parts of the room. The Titanic and Olympic both featured duplicate entrance vestibules on their port and starboard sides within the D-Deck reception rooms. The furniture was made of oak and chairs upholstered in dark green leather, unusual in the fact that they were not swivel chairs bolted to the floor (a standard feature in other first-class dining saloons of the time). Along the wall opposite the entrance was a carved oak installation with an illustrated cutaway of an Olympic-class ocean liner and a map depicting the travel routes of the White Star Line throughout the world. Mediterranean Ports and the United States. In 1912, the British magazine The Shipbuilder gave the following description of the café: ...a Café Parisien, which is an entirely new feature on board ship, has been arranged in connection with the restaurant, and here lunches and dinners can be served under the same excellent conditions and with all the advantages of the restaurant itself...it will be seen that this café has the appearance of a charming sun-lit verandah, tastefully decorated in French trellis-work with ivy and other creeping plants, and is provided with small groups of chairs surrounding convenient tables.. Brewster, Hugh & Coulter, Laurie. The first class dining saloon on d deck was preceded by a large reception room measuring 460 m 2 4 951 sq ft located at the foot of the forward grand staircase and encompassing the … The À la Carte Restaurant was a luxurious restaurant open exclusively to first-class passengers. To note, no such official area existed on board. Professional card sharps also travelled on board under aliases, and the purser could do nothing but warn passengers about these swindlers, since passengers played at their own risk. A bugle call to the tune of "The Roast Beef of Old England" was sounded half an hour in advance of lunch or dinner by the ship's bugler, Peter W. Fletcher, so that passengers could dress, before a second call signalling the start of the meal. This section does not cite any sources. , The Titanic featured a squash/racquet court in the bow, deep within the ship on G-Deck. , Not until filming for James Cameron's Ghosts of the Abyss in 2001 was the Dining Saloon explored. At least four professional players travelled on board the Titanic. These featured white-painted 'Venesta' panels (a durable type of plywood), pilasters, archways over the stateroom entrances, and a decorative frieze supported by gilt brackets running along the top of the walls which concealed the ventilation ducts and electrical wiring underneath. Measuring 1,000 m2 in area, it was the largest room on board any ship in 1912, and accommodated up to 554 passengers. Grand first-class public rooms with their large bay windows, like the smoking room and lounge, characterise the aft end of the Promenade. A one-way reservation for a luxury parlor … The Titanic's lounge was destroyed when the ship broke apart, being located in an area where the midsection decks collapsed upon impact with the ocean floor. It offered commanding views of the ocean but was fully enclosed so that it could be enjoyed in all types of weather, unlike the open-air cafés on the Lusitania and Mauretania.  This part of the deck was occupied by only four of the Titanic's 20 lifeboats, which were swung out to the side of the ship at the beginning of the voyage to leave the decks totally uncluttered for the first class.  The smoking room, like its first-class counterpart, was a male-only domain. Although closely similar to her sister ship and predecessor the RMS Olympic , Titanic featured additional first-class staterooms, augmented public rooms, and myriad minor improvements to enhance … This was in imitation of the Ritz restaurant first featured on board the Hamburg-Amerika liner SS Amerika in 1905, which had proven to be enormously popular. The most splendid suites on both the Titanic and the Olympic were the four parlour suites, two each on B and C Decks, just aft of the forward grand staircase landings. At both the aft and forward end of this central area were two elaborately carved oak buffet stations that contrasted warmly with the otherwise entirely white room. 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