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12. Promenade Deck

The promenade deck was located directly below the top deck. While this deck was for general use, there were four cabins that featured private 50-foot promenade decks of their own. They were called Parole Suites and were the most expensive rooms available. The priciest of these rented for over $4,000 in 1912, which is close to $100,000 today.

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13. Standard Single Bed Cabin

This room was most likely one of the 350 first class standard cabins that included a single bed. There were also 39 private suites available on the ship, and each had private bathrooms in addition to bedrooms.

Some private suites even included wardrobe rooms, and were decorated in the ornate styles of French monarchy.

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