About This Hotel
Grand in scale and character, this sumptuously updated architectural landmark brings together all the glamour of Miami Beach – and gets every detail right.
You never forget a face – especially when it’s as iconic as Fontainebleau Miami Beach. By the pool below the white high-rise curve of this 1954 hotel, James Bond had a tense and sunny cinematic encounter with Goldfinger. Today, you have six pools to choose from, and a private VIP cabana with a lounge, deck, and butler service.
Seaside Fontainebleau Miami Beach reopened in November 2008 after a $1-billion renovation and expansion that brought the property’s rooms and suites to 1,504 while accentuating its 1950s élan. Book one of the ocean-view Signature Suites, These modern enclaves have 400-thread-count Egyptian linens, multiple baths, a private bar, and a large iMac.
Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack used to party here, and hotel does them proud with 11 restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Before a perfect porterhouse at Gotham Steak or bottle service at high-energy LIV, try the Elements Rain Tunnel treatment at Lapis Spa.