Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort History
The Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort which opened in 1954 is one of the most
iconic and historically significant resorts in all of Miami. The resort was named after the famous Fontainebleau city in France
which is renowned for its forests and palace. The world famous resort abuts the Atlantic Ocean and houses a luxurious swimming
pool, bars, restaurants, a spa, and performance spaces. If you are looking for a night out in Miami that is just as fun and
memorable as it is steeped in history, head out to the Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort
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The nightclubs in the Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort are world famous as much for the people who perform
there as for their clientele who are some of the most beautiful people in the world. Nothing beats a night out at a club in
Miami, and the Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort is the cream of the crop. In addition to the world famous DJs who perform at
the clubs in the Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort, some of the funniest comedians around along with several of the hardest rocking
bands in the world have been known to grace the stage at the Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort.
is one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world. Miami is well known as a mecca for people loving the night life,
and deservedly so as there is an abundance of options for visitors and residents looking to head out for a good time. If it
is baseball season you can check out the Marlins playing at their new state of the art stadium, and if it is basketball season
you can see LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat look to take on all comers on their way to what they hope will be
another NBA Championship. If you are looking for something a little more high culture then check out what is going on at Adrienne
Arsht Center for the Performing Arts which is the second biggest performing arts center in the country behind only New York's
Lincoln Center. Of course, if you are in Miami you cannot leave without a visit to South Beach and a dip in the tranquil Atlantic
Ocean during the day before a night of hitting up some of the hottest night clubs in the world.
Hotel and Resort Seating Layout
The Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort has several different spacious nightclubs inside
its walls and all of them offer a variety of different seating options form dancing the night away on the dance floor to kicking
back in the table service VIP areas.
The Fontainebleau Hotel and Resort has been featured in several
movies including A Hole in the Head starring Frank Sinatra, The Bellboy starring Jerry Lewis, the James Bond film Goldfinger,
Woody Allen's Bananas, Scarface, The Specialist, Go for It, and others. It has also been shown in television shows including
The Sopranos, The O.C., Top Chef, and more.