Medium-low - medium. Keep out of direct sunlight.
The soil should be kept moist, but not wet. In cooler conditions, allow the soil to dry out a little between watering.
Palms should not be pruned, and if the growing point is damaged, the results are fatal for the plant. Dead or dying fronds can be removed by cutting them off with a sharp knife or secateurs close to where they attach to the stem.
Two-spotted spider mites can be a problem in dry atmospheres. At the first sign of any webbing, thoroughly clean the plant. Regular misting with tepid water will help deter spider mites. Mealybugs are an occasional problem, and they sometimes from clusters at the base of the leaf stems as well as on the leaves. They can be removed by cleaning the plant with a damp cloth or paper towel.