How Many Rooms Were on the Titanic?


The Titanic had a total of 643 rooms: 214 first class, 207 second class and 222 third-class. It was a luxury passenger liner that went to its early demise after hitting and iceberg on the 14th April, 1912.
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Titanic Ship has a total of 840 rooms; 416 of them are first-class rooms designed for wealthy occupants. Those who occupies the first class rooms pain $4,350 or   870 Euros which today is comparative to $100,000. First class rooms are built with special areas like wardrobe rooms and private bathrooms.         
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