The glamorous Fontainebleau Miami Beach has received a few updates to the resort’s historic Versailles Tower, as well as renovations to the property’s existing poolside cabanas. In addition to redesigning the Versailles Bay View Junior Suites, designers created two new room categories—the Executive One Bedroom Suite and the Grand One Bedroom Suite.
The Executive One Bedroom Suite features a separate bedroom with a master bath, oversized jetted tub and glass-enclosed shower, plus 270-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. The adjoining extra-large parlor comes equipped with a wet bar, dining table, sofa and a second half bath. Meanwhile, the Grand One Bedroom Suite offers a wide range of amenities including a large dining room table; a wet bar; 55-inch HD, flat-screen TVs; and an extra half bath. The suite’s secluded master bedroom features an oversized jet whirlpool tub and standalone shower.
In addition to the enhancements to the Versailles Tower suites, Fontainebleau Miami Beach has remodeled its poolside cabanas, adding slatted wood panels, sleek custom furniture, and Haiku ceiling fans. Each cabana features an upgraded flat-screen TV, wireless Internet, butler service, a mini fridge, plus a phone and digital safe.
Fontainebleau Miami Beach boasts 1,504 guestrooms, suites and penthouses, including fur luxury towers—the resort’s two original towers, Chateau and Versailles, and the all-suite Tresor and Sorrento towers—set on 20 acres of oceanfront land. Amenities include the trendy LIV Nightclub, 12 restaurants and lounges, including two restaurants from chef Michael Mina—StripSteak and Pizza & Burger; and the 40,000-sq.-ft. Lapis spa with mineral-rich water therapies and invigorating treatments. Cabana rates range from $250 to $1,500 depending on cabana category, location and date. Rates start at $579 for Versailles Suites in the summer; $249 for a standard room. For more information, call (800) 548-8886 or visit fontainebleau.com.