Viva La Fontainebleau


A Miami icon opens its doors in Sin City

Tones of deep navy and gold give an old-school energy at Collins. Photo by Connie Zhou.

Love it or hate it, Las Vegas is an ideal destination for living life to the fullest. But if there is one city that knows how to party, it’s Miami. So naturally, it made sense for the Fontainebleau—one of the Magic City’s most iconic hotels—to open a location in Sin City that is next level.

The dining room at La Fontaine boasts shades of burgundy and cream. Photo by Connie Zhou.

“For almost 70 years, the Fontainebleau brand has challenged boundaries and expectations,” says Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Soffer. “With Fontainebleau Las Vegas, we have transcended aspiration and set the stage for a new era of luxury hospitality defined by innovation, sophistication and opulence, with an inextricable link to our roots at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. This building represents a remarkable new chapter in our storied legacy and will be a beacon for those seeking to indulge in the unforgettable.”

The blue-and-sliver palette continues in the Panorama suite. Photo by Drex Agency.

The 67-story, 3,644-room hotel—the tallest occupiable building in Las Vegas—was designed in-house to reflect the brand’s South Florida heritage combined with the grandeur guests expect when landing in Vegas. A palette of blue and silver tones, accented with coral, continue from the hotel rooms to the main spaces and in many of the 36 new-to-market restaurants. “We are thrilled to introduce many of the world-class amenities we are recognized for in Miami alongside our new-to-market offerings at Fontainebleau Las Vegas,” says Mr. Soffer. “All of these concepts, infused with the dynamic spirit of the Strip, allow us to create a destination that is the best of all worlds and promises an extraordinary, one-of-a-kind experience for every guest.”

The Panorama bathroom suite features custom stone details that frame views of Sin City. Photo by Drex Agency.