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My husband and I stayed over the weekend to celebrate a birthday. We had booked an ocean view king room, were upgraded to an “ocean view suite” in the tresor tower upon check in. We were very grateful until we realized it was a bay/city...More
A friend and I decided to go on a 4 day last minute trip to Miami. We were able to get a room at this beautiful hotel and absolutely LOVED it! Everything from the location, to the finsihings in the room, the spa and spectacular...More
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Response from Fontainebleau H, Manager at Fontainebleau Miami BeachResponded 12 February 2018
Thank you for taking the time to post this great review! Our Team Members aim to provide exceptional service and create memorable experiences. We are glad to see we accomplished this with your stay. We will happily pass along your kind words to the entire...More
Loved this place. Great location, great facility, nice staff. Food was good, room was comfortable, prices were good. You don't even need to leave the property to have a good time. Can't wait to go back.
My last day at Fontainebleau was Sunday and I decided to go to the beach and my beach attendant Jose M was so attentive and he gave me great recommendations on where to go next time I come back to Miami thanks for the great...More
Within a 34 hour time span at the hotel I have wasted approximately 6 hours of my valuable vacation time. I booked an Oceanfront (not a ocean view) room via telephone with a human operator, only to be given an ocean view dirty room with...More
A spectacular blend of Golden Era glamour and modern luxury, Fontainebleau today reinvents the original vision of legendary architect Morris Lapidus – a stage where everyone plays their unique part. At …MoreFontainebleau, striking design, contemporary art, music, fashion and technology merge into a vibrant new kind of guest experience. We invite you to enter a world where you are free to play, shop, dine, spa, meet or simply relax – however you define your perfect day. Express yourself in an environment that surrounds you with every kind of pleasure and invites every sort of adventure. Following a $1 billion renovation, the 22-acre oceanfront hotel features signature restaurants by award-winning chefs; two chic nightlife venues; a two-story, 40,000-square-foot spa, expansive poolscape, a pristine Atlantic Ocean beach and state-of-the-art conference and event facilities. A landmark since its debut in 1954, Fontainebleau has been restored and transformed by a team of renowned architects and designers to create the most dynamic destination resort on the eastern seaboard. Less
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Yes, everything was expensive, but in line with other 4 star resorts. The restaurant called Vida was excellent for prime rib dinner and individual pizza. good size sevings. count on $30pp to eat pizza there and room service... More
Yes, everything was expensive, but in line with other 4 star resorts. The restaurant called Vida was excellent for prime rib dinner and individual pizza. good size sevings. count on $30pp to eat pizza there and room service pancakes or omelet meals $30pp. I do not recommend room service---not woth it. The cafe had some goosd snacks, fruit but very pricey. I had crab on a bun with french fries at beach bar restaurant $30. not tasty. no drinks included in these meals. soft drink by pool over $6/ in gift shop $3. Water---drink tap water or free water by pools. go out Sorrento door and walk down street to sunset cafe for cheaper meals. catch free trolley and city bus or HOHO Bus in front of this cafe---sheridan/holiday inn right there too. trolley takes you along collins ave where there are lots of shops.
noisy place with loud music, but enjoyed my one time stay