Fontainebleau Miami Beach
The legendary Fountainbleau first opened its doors in 1954, in a Miami Beach that would be unrecognizable today. What started as an 11-story building with 554 guest rooms is now an epic resort housing... Read More
The legendary Fountainbleau first opened its doors in 1954, in a Miami Beach that would be unrecognizable today. What started as an 11-story building with 554 guest rooms is now an epic resort housing 1504 rooms and suites; a 40,000 square-foot spa; 12 restaurants and nightclubs and 20 acres of oceanfront property. Those who book the Fountainbleau know they'll be getting A-list star treatment. Celebrities have visited and stayed at the Fountainbleau since its inception, including Lucille Ball, Judy Garland and Jackie Gleason, and the resort has been used in films such as Goldfinger and even an episode of the Sopranos. Maybe it's the plentiful pools throughout the property, the 30 treatment rooms at the Lapis Spa, or the first-rate dining experiences at places like Hakkasan and Scarpetta that keep people coming back. Maybe it's the chance at meeting music icons inside ultra-exclusive LIV Nightclub. Does anyone need a reason?
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140
- Best for Romantic Hotels Because: The Fontainebleau has been featured in everything from the 'Bodyguard' to 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.' Re-enact the on-screen magic with a suite stay with your sweetie.
- Recommended as Best Hotels Because: This is the most well-known, widely-recognized hotel resort in all of Miami. No need for additional reasons.
- Best for Beach Hotels Because: Paparazzi wannabes and anyone looking to sample the life of the high-roller will want to treat themselves to a few days at the Fontainebleau.
- Best for Luxury Hotels Because: Quite possibly the most famous of Miami's hotels, the Fountainbleau is a fountain of riches, as noted by their prestigious clientele.
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