Captain Smith had three rooms. He had a bathroom, which has been photographed in the wreck. Forward of that was a bedroom, which was quite basic, with a bed and places for clothes. Further forward was his sitting room, with a table and a settee. It also had wardrobes. Behind the wheelhouse was a room intended for the use of a pilot. It might have been used by Smith if he needed a nap, as it was handy to the bridge.
The rooms would have been fairly plain and solidly built. There seems to be no provision for Smith to hold meetings in his quarters, except perhaps with one or two officers. To a seaman brought up in sail, it probably seemed quite pleasant.