Bill Rooney Studio completes meeting spaces of Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club

Miami Beach’s newly opened Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club, a member of Marriott International’s Autograph Collection, has opened over 11,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor flexible meeting and gathering spaces.

Involved in the design was Bill Rooney Studio, with the flexible spaces styled with Art Deco design elements and European-inspired programming.

Owned by REIT Hersha Hospitality Trust, Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club’s event spaces include the 2,585-square-foot Golden Palms Ballroom, which opens up to the Cabana Pool Deck; the Riviera and Riviera Terrace, which overlooks the hotel’s main pool; the high-tech Roy France Boardroom; and the hotel’s outdoor restaurant Bungalow By The Sea, with Miami Beach as the backdrop.

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The 2,585-square-foot Golden Palms Ballroom can be split into two functional spaces or used as a whole. The space opens up to the hotel’s private Cabana Pool deck for an additional space to extend a meeting or event.

With a combined 3,200 square feet of space, the Riviera & Riviera Terrace makes use of natural light and a serene design. Guests can utilize the outdoor covered Riviera Terrace for additional space or as a stand-alone event venue.

The Roy France Boardroom, with capacity for up to 15 people, is fitted with Wi-Fi and A/V equipment.

Bungalow By the Sea and Bungalow Beach offer a tropical outdoor poolside setting with 1,650 square feet of space. It also has its own private mini-beach.

Lastly, the hotel’s Cadillac Suite has a 1,100-square-foot terrace facing the Atlantic Ocean. A private bar can be stationed on the terrace and inside the suite.  It also includes a home theater system with a 65-inch television.

Keeping the preservation and history of the Art Deco movement in mind, Cadillac’s design aesthetic for its meeting spaces and overall property are complemented by white stone floors and ambient lighting, along with hints of gold and blue accents. The property has floor-to-ceiling windows, views of the pools and beachfront reception spaces.

Photo credit: Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club

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