Yes and no, the rooms while wonderful recreated were actually of different rooms. The sitting room was actually C 55, the fireplace in it a mixture of the C 55 & B 51 fireplace. Rose bedroom was based on B 59 and Ruths or Cals Bedroom looks more like B 58.This is just some more movie nonsense from the 1997 "Titanic".......No doubt that the set was an accurate replication , but this was the suite occupied by none other than the "Caledon Hockley" party. LOL
Yes thy did have the suite B 52-54-56 but it is only the promenade which look like aboard. The sitting room is based on C 55 (the one the Strauss couple occupied). There are no known photographs of the bedrooms that is why they used the style of B 59 for Rose and B 58 for Cal.Also a "Yes and No". While the deco of the rooms might have been different, I believe that in the dialogue, Cal does mention "B-52-54-56" as the safe is being wheeled in on a dolly and Rose is looking at the paintings in the room ?