Fontainebleau

Fontainebleau

When The Fontainebleau was built circa 1954 it was the most luxurious hotel in Miami Beach. After a $1 billion-dollar renovation in 2008, The Fontainebleau’s legacy continues. Touches from the golden era remain—gold tier chandeliers and sprawling marble floors accented with black blow ties. With 1,504 guestrooms, a private high-end boutique, and exclusive island cabanas, this hotel is its own miniature metropolis.

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