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|"Everything, the Hotel was amazing!"||(in 123 reviews)|
|"Amazing ocean view, good restaurants."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Quality restaurants with excellent food"||(in 49 reviews)|
|"Food and drinks way overpriced."||(in 28 reviews)|
|"Very poor cleaning and service."||(in 40 reviews)|
|"Very poor cleaning and service."||(in 35 reviews)|
|beautiful property||in 374 reviews|
|staff was great||in 294 reviews|
|miami beach||in 190 reviews|
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|food was great||in 151 reviews|
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|hotel and the restaurants||in 109 reviews|
|pool area||in 106 reviews|
|ocean view||in 99 reviews|
|complimentary water||in 68 reviews|
|expensive parking||in 61 reviews|
|easy access||in 47 reviews|
|fontainebleau||in 28 reviews|
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|liv||in 18 reviews|
I bit noisy at times but overall it was a great place to stay.
Parking is very expensive.
Overall, the hotel was good however there was a defective TV in her bathroom that would turn on several times in the middle of the night. They were also dead spiders on the ceiling in the bathroom that we complained about that were not cleaned off before or after we complained about it first morning.
Malfunctioning bathroom tv kept us up for 2 nights. I reported it to maintenance twice but nobody fixed it. Overall, the hotel was good however there was a defective TV in the bathroom that would turn on severally times in the middle of the night. They were also dead spiders on the ceiling in the bathroom that we complained about that were not cleaned off before or after we complained about it first and again in the evening. We’ve been to the fountainblue many times in the past and this visit was not up to your normally high standards. Sincerely, Ed Kresch
No self parking, and valet did remove items from car. Hotel is okay, but it is expensive and loud. No coffee in room and $6 for a cup of coffee. 18% tip automatically added to all purchases. Bottom line - over the top expensive and hidden charges everywhere. Other places to stay are available on the beach - take advantage of them.
Food was good and it's the Fontainebleau, what more do I need to say.
Over priced cocktails and bottled water. But great otherwise.
Luxurious and high end. Friendly helpful staff. Beautiful public areas and grounds. As clean as you’d expect a ‘50s refurb to be. Loved the photos of Rat Pack hey day.
Valet never answers phone. Have to go there and wait. Valet went through my belongings and changed my radio stations. At $48 per night to park, felt this invasion inappropriate. Lots of non- published fees. Pools and amenities very crowded.
The Paradise Next Door
The accommodations and amenities are superb. Fontainebleau really lives up to its reputation.
Some of the food and drinks are quite expensive.
The pools and the staff were amazing. Some of the restaurants food was amazing others were not worth eating. Some of the chicken was not worth eating.
Our room was dirty when we arrived. Nothing had been dusted in a long while. Floor was vacuumed and there was garbage under the desk and the curtains and the sides of the bed. They have cleaning fees, which were not specified on the website when we booked.
Coffee shop was Always crowded and very slow - they need a bigger place for coffee-tea in the morning!! Or open another so there arent 1500 people all trying to get a cuppa in one small shop - also people drink tea - 1 selection, really?
Large, luxury property
Lots of upscale dining options within resort. Beach and pool options were nice. Great couples resort. Staff were friendly and helpful. Very good service in all of the restaurant. I visited each restaurant for Miami spice week. Good security.
Housekeeping was lacking. Trash stayed in the hall the whole day. Leave in the morning and return in the afternoon and trash still in halls. Used plates outside of door next to my room.when I checked in in the afternoon and it was still there in the evening after returning from dinner. They have lots of people working in that hotel and someone should responsible for retrieving room service items. Carpets should be swept daily. All staff should be like on cruise ships if you see tissues or paper littering an area you get rid of it, not wait for someone else. Ocean drive would have been a great area because you if leave the hotel and there are other options. Fontainebleau is isolated. I gave up trying to find a Starbucks or drugstore.
Historic hotel but kept as a new facility.
Memorabilia from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr
Do not waste your money here...
It was nice being on the beach. The pool area is beautiful.
The rooms are dated. No recent upgrades. Cleanliness is questionable. Everything is super expensive on the property. $12 for a ginger ale, $10 for a bottle of water, and $30 for an alcoholic beverage on the beach. Doesn't make sense when you are supplied with the most generic soap, shampoo, and conditioner in your room. Nothing is beautiful in the actual hotel rooms. Only the amenities, restaurants, lobby, and pool areas are aesthetically Pleasing. I will not stay there ever again.
The iconic Fontainebleau Miami Beach has been dubbed the number-one hotel in Miami by Travel + Leisure magazine thanks to its posh furnishings, architecture, and undisputed place in Miami history. It is a wonderful spot for singles, couples, business travelers, and families to stay.
Located on the oceanfront in Millionaire’s Row, Fontainebleau Miami Beach is situated in the heart of the city's thriving cultural scene. It is less than a half-hour drive from Miami International Airport. The hotel is also near attractions like the Colony Theater, the Jungle Island Zoo, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, and the Miami Design District.
Accommodations at Fontainebleau Miami Beach are designed to inspire relaxation and awe. Guests can choose an Oceanfront Guestroom with Balcony, marble bathroom, and plush bedding, a Trésor Bayview One Bedroom Suite overlooking downtown Miami with full kitchen, laundry machines and two full baths, or a two-bedroom Le Sable Presidential Suite with two bedrooms, spacious oceanfront balconies, two bathrooms, and a large entertainment space.
Besides first-rate lodgings, Fontainebleau Miami Beach has exciting onsite amenities and attractions to boast. Enjoy luxury treatments at world-class Lapis Spa, makeovers at the salon, and heart-pumping fitness classes at the gym. Eleven signature pools with distinct atmospheres and private cabanas help create an oasis-like experience, and the boutique shops have something to offer just about any guest.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s dining options are as opulent and thrilling as its lodgings. Guests can indulge in elevated Cantonese cuisine at Michelin-starred Hakkasan. Enjoy poolside Mediterranean snacks and chic cocktails at Le Cote. Guests can also treat their taste buds to James Beard award-winning celebrity chef, Scott Conant’s, elegant Italian fare at Scarpetta.
Whether in Miami for work or play, visitors can make the most of their visit to one of the world’s most exciting destinations by staying at one of the world’s finest hotels, Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
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Fontainebleau Miami Beach has two unique venues for guests to soak up the Miami nightlife. LIV offers an ultra-exclusive club experience if you want to dance until dawn with DJs, private VIP skyboxes and over 18,000 sq ft of space. The BleauLive stage has hosted live music performances in Miami Beach since 1954, with headlining acts from Elvis and Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga and Pitbull.
The Fontainebleau Miami Beach offers daily programs for children from 4 to 12 years old with certified guides who will keep the kids entertained with games, sports, art, drama and music activities. On Friday and Saturday evenings, children can take part in the Kids' Night Out, which includes going out to see a movie.
Your four-legged companions are welcome to share your rooms or suites but there is a maximum of two pets per room and pets must be on a leash or restrained in the public spaces of the hotel. An oceanside dog park is located within the hotel grounds and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets. Pets must have up-to-date vaccinations and cannot weigh more than 50 pounds. A non-refundable cleaning fee will be charged per pet, however this fee is waived for service animals.
If you’re looking for cultural attractions near the hotel, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts is located only 8 mi from the Fontainebleau. The center features a growing number of visual arts exhibits, showcasing the talents of Miami-based artists, and a café, bookstore and popular Monday market. The recently renovated Colony Theatre has a stunning art deco façade and hosts an array of music, theater and comedy performances.
If you want to stay active while staying at the hotel, there are many options for outdoor activities. Keen fisherman can rent a boat and fish for sailfish, barracuda and marlin. Guests can also rent a bike and explore the wilderness trails around Key Biscayne. There are a number of tennis courts nearby and two golf courses within 20 mi of the hotel, including Turnberry Isle Golf Club and the Miami Beach Golf Club.
Canoe, kayak and snorkeling tours can be organized by the hotel. If you want to experience the excitement of Miami Beach from the water, charter a private yacht through Reel Deel Yachts from the adjacent marina. From 40 ft boats to 90 ft mega-yachts, a professional captain and crew will take you on an unforgettable sightseeing tour past the glamorous high-rise homes and around the mangrove forests. Luxury yacht charters include water toys, tables and towels, and guests are welcome to bring along their own snacks and drinks.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach is located at 4441 Collins Avenue in Mid-Beach, 0,8 km from the centre of Miami Beach. Miami City Ballet is the closest landmark to Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Yes, Fontainebleau Miami Beach offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Fontainebleau Miami Beach does not offer free parking.
No, Fontainebleau Miami Beach does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach is 16,6 km from Miami. Fontainebleau Miami Beach is 28,3 km from Fort Lauderdale.
Yes, Fontainebleau Miami Beach has a pool on-site.