Following a $1 billion dollar renovation, the Fontainebleau is poised to become Miami Beach’s top destination of the decade. Travelers will find a glamorous property focused on the total guest experience. Blending the rich history of the hotel’s golden era when dashing Hollywood celebrities roamed the lobby with today’s newest amenities, the hotel captures a timeless appeal in each of the 1,500 guest rooms, luxury suites and 22 prime oceanfront acres!
The Fontainebleau offers a fully immersive guest experience making it possible to have a luxurious extended stay in total seaside comfort without ever leaving the property. Eleven restaurants and bars – including some of the biggest names in the culinary cosmos – cater to every desire. One of Miami Beach’s hottest new nightclubs, LIV hosts parties featuring world class DJs, celebrity guests and internationally renowned musical performers who choose Miami as the launch site for their latest projects. The glittering lobby Bleau Bar overlooks the dazzling pool deck and the Atlantic Ocean and hosts a nightly cocktail soiree where the who’s-who of Miami society meet and mingle. The Lapis Spa and fitness facility boasts an impressive 40,000 square feet of pampering and exercise space to help keep fit and feeling restored during your stay.
Guestrooms at the resort are tailored to provide the newest luxuries in unparalleled comfort. Choose from 846 rooms and suites in the original Fontainebleau buildings and another 658 suites in two all new, all-suite towers where you can enjoy up to three bedrooms or triple connecting rooms to create a family style escape. With dazzling ocean or city views, rooms feature hi-definition flat panel TVs, advanced sound systems, 20-inch iMac computers, and ultra-modern interior design. Specialty suites from 1,000 to 4,300 square feet ensure that anyone can find a unique home away from home on Miami Beach.
Originally designed by iconic architect Morris Lapidus, the Fontainebleau opened in 1954 and quickly became the most sought-after destination for celebrities, sports icons and well-to-do families from all over the world. Hosting nightly parties in the 17,000 square foot marble lobby lounge, the La Ronde nightclub and the opulent dining room, the hotel enjoyed a pride of place with locals who rented the 250 poolside private cabanas and created their own exclusive beach club community. Featured in James Bond’s “Goldfinger” and the blockbuster Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner epic “The Bodyguard,” the hotel has long enjoyed it’s pop culture status.
At the dawn of the new decade, the Fontainebleau emerges as a legend reborn. Top Chefs Scott Conant of Scarpetta, Alfred Portale of Gotham Steak and Alan Yau of Hakkasan have each created flagship 5-star dining rooms overlooking the golden sands and the Atlantic Ocean. No other resort offers guests the variety and scope of sophisticated dining and entertainment under one roof. Poolside guests enjoy Blade Sushi, a stylish Japanese restaurant and Le Cote, a charming French bistro inspired by the Côte d’Azur. Smaller restaurants like Vida, Solo and Fresh offer light bites, house made pastries and seafood round the clock.
The central focus of the resort, the Fontainebleau pool and beachfront offer guests a truly memorable Miami Beach experience. The free-form pool, the kids play areas and the private cabanas with 32-inch flat screen TVs and full catering create a perfect oasis day and night. Beach chairs, umbrellas and cabanas out on the sand provide optimal comfort for a day of relaxed tanning or more action-packed adventures on windsurfers and jetskis. Whether you are a busy family on the go or a romantic couple seeking a quiet refuge, the Fontainebleau is ready to entertain you or simply allow you to get lost in all the luxury.
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida