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Fontainebleau is perhaps Miami's most legendary hotel, dating back to the mid-20th-century golden age of South Beach's social scene. Full review →
Much of the old design was recreated/restored: the black and white bow-tie floors and grand columns in the lobby, gradiose chandeliers, famous "staircase to nowhere".
Since emerging from a three-year, $1 billion (yes, billion) makeover in late 2008, Fontainebleau remains an It spot in a town that absolutely loves to be looked at.Be sure to stay on the ocean side of the resort, where you'll feel as if you're at sea on a yacht, thanks to sweeping Atlantic views from your curved balcony.
A three-year renovation has put the 1,504-room beachside behemoth back on the map, with an over-the-top atmosphere and adjacent towers housing rooms, 11 restaurants, and a $50 million spa. Full review →
Fabulously retro, the Fontainebleu a flamboyant Las Vegas-style with Art Deco grandeur. Rooms have been renovated and the hotel is expanding into a condo-hotel.
There's so much going on in and around the hotel that you can easily forget about the downy sands directly behind the property. Full review →
Fontainebleau is a standout on Miami’s Collins Avenue, thanks to its luxe design, excellent amenities and sheer size. Full review →
If you're looking for a one-stop hot spot that you won't likely want to leave, this is the place to be. Full review →Choose from the main property or the modern, brand-new all-suite hotel tower, where rooms are plush and posh.
On the north side of the famed Art Deco district is one of the most recognized landmarks in Miami Beach. Full review →
Grand mid-century icon restored to its original glitz, with a see-and-be-seen nightclub and a dozen dining options. Full review →
The rooms have a midcentury-modern vibe and are surprisingly bright and cheerful... the sunny disposition of these chambers is a welcome surprise. Full review →
After its $1 billion facelift in 2008, the Fontainebleau's 1,504 new rooms, nine pools, phenomenal spa and gorgeous design are hard to top. Full review →
Once the last word in glamour, this Miami icon reopened in 2008 after a lavish renovation which saw the addition of two new, luxury all-suite towers.
This Miami Beach icon sits at the top of the heap for well-heeled, demanding business and leisure travelers in search of a flamboyant full-service hotel. Full review →
The epitome of mid-century Miami glamour,this place is as famous for its storied past as it is for being one of the hottest Miami hotels. Full review →
The most famous hotel in Miami Beach has had a billion-dollar facelift. Full review →
This crescent-shaped landmark hotel has a longstanding reputation for grandeur. Full review →
"Feel like a celebrity" at this "classic grande dame of Miami Beach", which dazzles "the jet-set crowd" with pumping music and "great" bars.
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