First Class Travel

Ellen Lee

What were first class room like?

First class parlor suites cost approximately $100,000 and a first class cabin cost about $3,500. First class rooms were decorated with in a variety of historic designs. There were 350 cheaper first class standard cabins. Children and dogs traveled at half fare in first class. Most first class rooms had restrooms and a bed with other types of luxurious furniture.

What was the Turkish Bath?

It cost only a dollar to be able to get your hands on a Turkish bath. It was used to soothe away aches and pains. There were steam rooms, hot rooms, temperate rooms, shampooing rooms, and cooling rooms. Another exclusive feature to the Turkish baths are electric beds that applied heat to the body. Turkish baths were very popular among first class people.

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