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Welcome to the Fontainebleau Hilton Resort

4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

Miami's most renowned landmark hotel, the Fontainebleau Hilton Resort, is situated in the midst of 20 lush tropical acres.

Comprised of three buildings, this 1,206-room resort, including sixty lavish suites, has something to offer both the business or leisure traveler. When Miami Beach saw the opening of the Fontainebleau's door, overnight it became the island's premier resort, the "Crown Jewel of Miami Beach". It was the top resort hotel in the most popular and famous resort area of the country. Every President since Eisenhower has called it home when visiting. Some of the top entertainers who have stayed or performed at the resort are Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Bob Hope, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Lucille Ball. The resort continues to reflect the gracious ambiance and prestige it has been famous for since the day it opened. The outdoor setting is magnificent, beginning with a half-acre lagoon style rock grotto pool with cascading waterfalls surrounded by lush tropical greenery. Now open "Cookie's World", an interactive children's octopus pool/water playland featuring our eight-armed octopus, "Cookie". For complete enjoyment, relax in one of our cabanas, overlooking the water park and the Atlantic Ocean. There are seven lighted tennis courts, as well as a wide range of exciting programs and activities for guests of all ages in our Resort Activities Program. In addition, for those who cannot get enough of the water, there is windsurfing, wave runners, parasailing and much more. The two-mile seaside boardwalk leads to the famed Art Deco District of South Beach. The interior of the hotel is just as stunning as its exterior. Hotel guests enjoy spacious rooms; some with sweeping terraces and the majority with breathtaking water views. The lobby areas boast of marble columns, archways and a sweeping staircase creating an atmosphere of regal splendor. An array of fine stores are just an elevator ride away. There are ten restaurants and lounges on hand that offer a world of dining choices, including our new Bleau View restaurant featuring fine Mediterranean and classic cuisine in a unique atmosphere. The Fontainebleau Hilton Spa is a full-service, state-of-the-art facility which offers you the latest cardiovascular equipment, as well as an array of health, beauty and fitness options. Our spa is bounded by tropical gardens and just steps away from the Atlantic beachfront. Atop the Fontainebleau Hilton's legendary Chateau building is an exclusive level all its own. A hotel within a hotel. Guests are surrounded by elegance as the Towers level boasts lavishly decorated guestrooms, unsurpassed views and a luxurious private lounge. The Towers level offers a personalized concierge, upgraded amenities and the highest level of service. Here at the Fontainebleau Hilton we go all out to make sure each meeting is as memorable as the South Florida setting in which it is held. With our award winning conference and convention facilities that boast over forty rooms and total 190,000-sq. ft., we can accommodate multiple breakouts for groups of five or 5,000. Also available on property, is a complete business center (open 7am to 6pm EST Mondays through Fridays) and a full service destination management and production company. However, while the scale of our facilities is impressive, it is the quality of our service that leaves a lasting impression on attendees and planners alike - thanks to a staff whose expertise is matched only by their enthusiasm. Whether it is non-stop excitement or a tranquil tropical getaway, the "Crown Jewel of Miami Beach" has it.


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