There are many hotels in Miami Beach rich with history, incredible architecture and luxury. But few spots in South Beach — or the rest of the country, for that matter — can match the look and pedigree of Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
First opened in the mid-1950s and designed by Morris Lapidus, the Fontainebleau was unlike any hotel in the country. Its iconic curved design stands tall on Collins Ave. in what is known as Millionaire’s Row.
Fontainebleau is home to over 1,500 rooms and suites — unparalleled in South Beach — yet retains attention to detail and impressive luxury that belies its incredible size. Whether your room or suite looks out over downtown Miami or Biscayne Bay, the rooms at Fontainebleau Miami Beach are modern, spacious and well-equipped for your stay.
Of course in a hotel the size of Fontainebleau, dining options are numerous. Check out Hakkasan for modern Chinese fare, Scott Conant’s Italian-driven Scarpetta, or the two restaurants by Michael Mina — the American-style bistro Michael Mina 74 or the nouveau-steakhouse concept Stripsteak Michael Mina. There’s also a coffee/pastry shop, sushi, a Mediterranean-themed seaside eatery and more.
Want to take it to the next level when the sun comes down? Fontainebleau is also home to a wide range of hopping bars: the high-energy nightclub LIV, the lobby level’s chic Bleau Bar, the poolside Glow Bar, the open-bar southern French feel of La Cote or the cocktail culture at Michael Mina 74.
Lapis, the Fontainebleau’s deluxe 40,000 square-foot spa, brings all the comfort and relaxation you’ve come to expect from the world’s best hotels. The ocean-themed treatments rejuvenate guests as they look out over the ocean. From massages to skin treatments to facials, hair and nail work and beyond, you’ll look and feel your best once you’re done at Lapis.
As always, Magellan Luxury Hotels will get you the best rate at Fontainebleau Miami, and can offer exclusive perks for your South Beach stay.
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