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We just went to hang out at the beach with friends for the day, didn't actually stay at the hotel. Chairs were $19 each and umbrellas $25. Was definitely worth it! Thank you Charlie. I'm sure we will go back.
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
I imagine when your are 25... single rich and free, the Fontainebleau is the perfect place to be!
I am not that old... but with 2 kids (10 and 12) it's the place....
Pools are crowded... Super loud music (like 3 different sources at the...More
Came to the fountainbleau with a group of friends we hung out in the lobby bar at a reserved table. The bar is beautiful bright blue lights gorgeous wait staff and cool ambiance. The drinks are good but not cheap expect to pay up for...More
Beautiful hotel, great rooms, a real see and be seen hot spot with an amazing pool area. Definitely would go back. Stayed for 3 nights, Lots of restaurants and shops close by as well. The property is really big, so you may want to ask...More
Response from kirkfirmin | Reviewed this property |
The Primo Cafe and Market is just around the corner. They have great breakfast sandwiches and really good desserts. I did not try them for lunch. Usually crowded but veryreasonably priced.If you walk out of the front of the... More
The Primo Cafe and Market is just around the corner. They have great breakfast sandwiches and really good desserts. I did not try them for lunch. Usually crowded but veryreasonably priced.If you walk out of the front of the hotel, turn left,then left at the first street. Follow it to the right and they are a couple of blocks down on the right.The Latin cafe has phenomenal authentic Cuban food. It is about a half mile from the hotel. Walk out of the front of the hotel( we always crossed and walked next to the water)turn left. Walk to the first road,turn right. Follow it over the bridge and it is about a block from the bridge on the rigjt