SOSH Architects directs Tropicana's ballroom makeover

The ballroom at Tropicana Casino & Resort in Atlantic City has emerged following a $2-million makeover under the direction of design firm SOSH Architects. The newly remodeled space has been modernized with a nod to traditional design. Additionally, Tropicana revamped its lighting, audio and video capabilities.

The redesign began with an all-new infrastructure to accommodate moving lights and digital video displays throughout the room, as well as an advanced audio system. A full array of advanced LED track fixtures and air walls provide flexibility for opening or dividing the space. New doors, wall coverings and custom chandeliers add the final details to the redesign.

The key design aspects of the space are the oversized crystal and silk chandeliers that bring new light and atmosphere to the ballroom. Custom mosaic mirrors have been added to reflect the movement of the new and textured carpet.

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Measuring at almost 18,000 square feet, the ballroom can accommodate groups of up to 1,940 people. The space can be divided into four individual meeting rooms via folding partitions and is completely column-free. Two built-in registration desks are located in the Royal Swan Ballroom’s foyer.

Tropicana Casino & Resort is a 24-hour gaming destination located on the beach and Boardwalk. The hotel has 2,079 rooms and suites, and is home of The Quarter, a 200,000-square-foot entertainment complex. the property has more than 24 restaurants, 25 shops, 18 bars and lounges, two pools, an IMAX theater and a spa.

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