Fontainebleau Miami Beach Reveals Tower Renovations

Fontainebleau Miami Beach, owned and operated by Fontainebleau Development, has completed renovations to its 37-floor, all-suite Trésor Tower. The renovation marks the first full endeavor undertaken by Fontainebleau Development’s in-house team of designers who are building on the legacy of the property’s original architect, Morris Lapidus.

The suites sport new appliances, an upgraded minibar and refreshed bathrooms with luxe vanities and plumbing fixtures, including new low-flow shower heads and sinks for water conservation efforts. Outside of the suites, the corridors received new artwork and carpeting, featuring the Fontainebleau bowties first designed by Lapidus.

One-bedroom oceanfront suite
The new design showcases pale oak wood finishes and a color palette of blue and neutral tones. (Fontainebleau Miami Beach)

In the roomes, pale oak wood finishes and a color palette of blue and neutral tones are intended to evoke the hues of the ocean and beach just outside. The artworks throughout the suites have been updated to include vibrant new pieces that are reminiscent of the James Turrell pieces in the hotel’s lobby.

First opened in 1954, Fontainebleau Miami Beach has 1,504 guestrooms and suites in total. It's also home to the renowned LIV Nightclub, as well as 12 restaurants and lounges, including StripSteak by Chef Michael Mina, Arkadia Grill, and two AAA Four Diamond signature restaurants in Scarpetta by Scott Conant and Hakkasan, plus the 40,000-square-foot Lapis spa with mineral-rich water therapies and an oceanfront poolscape with cabanas. The resort also hosts BleauLive, a concert series that combines intimate performances with weekend escapes.

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