Ciceroʼs Development Corporation to renovate Omni Parker House Hotel

Ciceroʼs Development Corporation was selected to perform a renovation of the rooftop ballroom in the Omni Parker House. Situated on the fifteenth floor, the rooftop ballroom has an arched ceiling, crystal chandeliers and 3,500 square feet of space.

As part of this renovation, Cicero's will be transforming the face of the rooftop ballroom with historically-accurate wall coverings, paints and carpeting. In addition, ceiling lighting will be upgraded to highlight the room's architectural features. The new lighting system merges classic design with modern energy-efficient dimming and LED technology, ushering in the ballroom to the 21st century. Life safety systems will be also be upgraded to current standards.

Along with the rooftop ballroom, Cicero's is renovating an additional 585 square feet of the nearby pre-function area, the 1,000-square-foot Wheatley Terrace meeting room, and all connecting corridors on the 15th floor. Bathrooms in these areas are to receive new sink hardware and custom millwork partitions.

 

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The additional steps are meant to ensure the long-term success of its owners as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease and guests return to hotels.

The hotel is located in downtown West Palm Beach, two blocks from the Intracoastal Waterway to the east and the Palm Beach County Convention Center to the west.