KMCA Design renovates Renaissance hotel in Florida

Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel
The redesign pays homage to the brand’s new “Fearlessly Chic” design concept.

The Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel in Florida completed a renovation, with the redesign paying homage to the brand’s new “Fearlessly Chic” design concept that centers on a contemporary design approach with indigenous touches.

KMCA Design was involved in the renovation.

The property – which has Spanish-inspired architecture and waterfall – now has an interior design with a color palette of blue, beige, brown and gray with accent colors of plum and maroon. A transformed hotel lobby now has an open space, and there are refurbished spaces within the hotel lobby for private gatherings.


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The 189 renovated guestrooms of the hotel now have a streamlined layout with contemporary-style furnishings and granite bathrooms. There are geometric steel-gray furnishings, as well as work spaces.

The property also has a fitness center and a business center.

For events, the property has 15,000 square feet of meeting and conference spaces with upgraded décor and ergonomically-minded furniture. Renaissance Boca Raton also has space for a wedding ceremony and reception of up to 240 guests.

For dining, the property has Umbria Ristorante, the tropical-inspired Oasis Café and Pool Bar.

Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

Renaissance Boca Raton Hotel

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Located within the city’s former World Trade Center building, the property will feature 341 guestrooms and 92 residences.

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