While spending a weekend at Miami Beach’s most iconic hotel, the Fontainebleau Hilton, we had the pleasure of trying several of the eating establishments in the large complex. The property is almost a town all on its own. You certainly have a variety of 11 dining and drinking spots to keep your stomach and mouth satisfied. The hotel’s several pools are something to see and experience.
Besides a large free form huge main pool, there’s an exclusive European pool, multiple dipping pools, an interactive children’s waterscape pool, 31 cabanas and extra function space near the ocean. The Lapis Spa offers every kind of treatment and private rooms, the fitness center with views of the pools is second to few. There are also some small exclusive boutiques you can visit. Of course there’s the sand and the Atlantic Ocean behind the facility waiting for you to take a warm dip. Also lets not forget there is the famous LIV Nightclub, an opulent club where DJs spin music late into the early Miami Beach morning that attracts locals, visitors as well as celebrities and VIPs.
The Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel is truly a Miami Beach classic, it’s located away from the more hectic and tourist filled South Beach area. Definitely one you should not miss if you live in South Florida or when visiting Miami or the Beach. And naturally trying any one of the variety of restaurants available.
The Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel is located at 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140. You can also call them at 305-674-4680.
To check which restaurants are currently available check their website: https://fontainebleau.com/dining