Miami Beach legendary hotel
This is a hotel that has received numerous awards and has become an icon all hotels in Miami since 1954. He charges 1504 of the room, and stretches for several city blocks and was built by legendary architect Morris Lapidus.
This hotel was a good investment. Jeffrey Beers, whose firm developed the sleek, lit with the interior design of the Dylan Hotel in new York and Atlantis, gave Fontainebleau a glossy white interior combined with bright pieces of art ranging from Yves Klein. Massive free-form pools laid out on the ocean, like mirrors. The new Spa looks like a piece of rough hewn sapphire. Also features a list of eight restaurants under the rule of the famous chef by Alfred Portale.
Guests can order room service or eat at the beach.
The rooms at the hotel Fontainebleau spread across four separate towers. Superior rooms are located in all four towers, but only from the numbers of towers, Tresor and Sorrento (and some in the tower of the castle) overlooking the ocean. If you need more space, you can consider 500-square-foot Junior suites. These rooms are also available in all four towers. One-bedroom apartment is 900 square feet, 1000 square feet and Tresor Versailles, and 1200 square feet in Sorrento. Be careful, some rooms in the Versailles tower have terraces with boring noisy.
Each room has a stocked Minibar, a large flat-screen TV, iPod docking bedside Ihome stereo for iPods, and an IMAC. The iMac is a bit useless and basically just an electronic alternative to the clunker directory listing hotel options and hotel services. Complete for a daily fee, guests receive unlimited access to wireless Internet in the rooms and in the swimming pools, gym, beach chairs, and free local sets, and daily newspaper.
The beds are reasonably comfortable, with a firm, but elastic mattress, duvets high quality.
If you’re with children, a crib or rollaway bed in a standard room will be difficult to place.
There are several shallow pools for kids to splash around, and there is also a children’s club for 4 to 12 year old kids, where the teachers guided the children through various sports, art and drama activities. Full day at the club lasts from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., includes lunch, and costs $ 75 / per child. Half-day programs are held twice a day, excluding meals is $ 50 / child. The Concierge may also recommend nannies from agencies with which they cooperate. On request children’s menu is also available.
This is a hotel with modern design, nightlife attracts many young guests.