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Transform intense anticipation into reality. A total of 1,504 guestrooms, including 846 rooms and suites in the two original Fontainebleau buildings and 658 suites in two new all-suite towers, offer luxurious comfort and privacy. From guestrooms to three bedroom suites, penthouses and triple connecting rooms, your stay will be made unique by providing a variety of room/suite configurations.
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In years past, never would we have trekked 2 whole miles north of the Delano to some gigantic resort for Chinese food but into the breach of fine-dining Chinese restaurants comes Hakkasan at the Fontainebleau resort, South Beach. If fine-dining Chinese confuses you into contradiction, think more Shanghai Terrace at the Peninsula than the de-ree-verry place with extra MSG. As we de-cabbed at one of The Fontainebleauâ€™s 4 entrances, we began a lengthy and winding walk to the restaurant that appeared to be so lengthy and winding for no purpose other than to take diners on a tour of the resort. Neat trick. The first time. Next time Iâ€™m demanding a golf cart. The menu was very pretty but vast and confusing. Luckily, Hakkasan, like many other restaurants in Miami, were part of the Miami Spice network thus making selections very easy. And cheap. Relatively. At a place where a noodle dish can cost $40 dollars, 4 healthy appetizer portions of popular items for $35 is a treat. Unluckily for us and luckily for the restaurant, it was a Friday and Fridays mean drinking time. So although our food tab (for 3 people) was around $90, 11 drinks @ $14/drink made all the difference. I donâ€™t know what to tell you about fine-dining Chinese. I wasnâ€™t convinced at Shanghai Terrace and Iâ€™m not convinced here. The only place that exceeded my expectations was Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills but that was not an experience for the squeamish. Does anything justify a $40 plate of noodles? Iâ€™m not sure. I bet people asked if anything justified a $50 steak some years back. Clearly the answer was yes. But for now, all hail the Miami Spice tasting concept and may every other city start its own.
I just stayed the weekend in August for my husbands birthday. It is really nice and we didn't have to leave the hotel not even once. They ha...
I can't give it the full 5 stars as I haven't stayed there, just been there to see the sights. You can see the hotel immediately driving by,...
I just got back from my first trip to Miami and the Fontainebleau Resort. We got a good deal for the type of resort that it is so I was very excited to be living luxuriously for the week. The resort is beautiful. The pool area is amazing and very relaxing. The rooms are very comfortable and I enjoyed staying there. There were no king bed rooms left, so we were upgraded to an ocean view room for free. Great. However, my one big problem with the resort is the lazy and unaccomodating staff. There were plenty of people out working by the pool and watched them assist other guests with towels and umbrellas and finding lounge chairs. Whenever I would ask one of these people, they responded by saying that isn't their job and I had to go find someone else. I even resorted to walking over to the pool hut just to get a towel and with a stack of towels behind them, they told me they didn't give out towels. The staff seemed like they were more interested in chatting with each other and working on their tans than actually paying attention to the guests.
The place to stay when in Miami Beach. Glamorous, pretentious and totally expensive, it is an exclusive wonderland. Enjoy the hot tubs set i...
This hotel is Gorgeous! The suites are glamorous. The junior suite over looked the ocean. The furniture in the room was comfortable. I felt ...
I have stayed here several times, through various stages of construction and not. The fountainbleu is a complete resort, with an air of luxury that doesn't break your pocketbook. I love to lounge in the pool area and swim in the gorgeous pool.
This is by far the most beautiful hotel I've ever been in. The private beach is very nice, the pool is gorgeous and even the lobby itself is breathtaking. The rooms are not big but done with a lot of class. The hotel has very nice restaurants and a really fun show. The staff is not extremely accommodating, but I didnt care that much. At this hotel, I felt like a millionaire and it didn't cost me a fortune. I will definitely come back.
This is really a diamond in the rough in need of some polish in some areas. The room was renovated in cool colors and I had a view of the pool and ocean. The front desk was very accomodating and efficient. They are constructing added meeting space and condos and the noise is disturbing at the pool. If you want sun all day, go right at the towel hut and stay within 50 yds of it. The staff at the kiddie pool - Cookies World were very nice. You had to go to the pool bar yourself for your $10 drink - unacceptable. The service in the cafe is pretty bad- refills? Tackle a waiter. All the action was down at South Beach - about $8 cab ride to Lincoln (16 1/2th) for restaurants. Friday night the lounge had a terrific little jazz group.
Stayed for three days. The room was horrendous. Becuse of the reputation, I switched from the Loews in South Beach. What a mistake! The service was mediocre. ex. At the Loews I could call down for the car. At the Fountainebleu, this wasn't allowed because of security precautions. So I had to wait for the car. It might seem trivial, but when you get used to a certain level of service this can be a major inconvenience! Secondly the rooms. The first room assigned was in the newly renovated building. You could smell th odor as soon as you got off the elevator. Once in the room the decor reminded you of a cheeeeeeap hotel room in Atlantic City. Not becoming a major hotel chain!
I was so excited to go to this landmark hotel! That was three years ago and boy was I more excited when I got to check out! This year...business conference going back to same hotel. Me -- I'm staying two doors down the beach! Slow check in, horrible view, some rooms too hot -- some too cold. The only thing this hotel really has going for it is location!
This has got to be the biggest downfall in Hilton's History, not only do compant insiders cringe at the mention of this once-elegant, turned money making tourist trap, but it is clearly obvious on first glance. It has got to be one of the most run-down, non elegant hotels in Miami. I was even in one of their "Presidential Suites!" YEAH RIGHT! Hilton, you need to get your act together.
There are newer, trendier places of course...but if you want to stay at the hotel that defined Miami Beach, come to the Fontainebleau. Yes, it is an older hotel. But its original art-deco style is still intact.