In a dazzling unveiling, the 5-star Fontainebleau Resort comes alive in Las Vegas, ushering in a new era of luxury. With its recent grand opening, the resort unveils a breathtaking display of architectural brilliance, featuring hundreds of exquisite building and surface materials, including an installation of Tesselle Tesselle Terrace Jade Breeze Blocks.
As guests step into this oasis of opulence, they are greeted by a symphony of elegance and innovation, a testament to the resort's unwavering commitment to redefining the standard of luxury hospitality.
However, the story of The Fontainebleau Resort traces its roots back to the sun-drenched shores of Miami Beach, where it first emerged as an icon of sophistication and glamour. Opening its doors in 1954, the original Fontainebleau Hotel captivated the world with its striking blend of modern design and timeless charm. Conceived by hotelier Ben Novack and designed by the visionary architect Morris Lapidus, the Miami Beach property quickly became a playground for the rich and famous, drawing in luminaries from Hollywood and beyond.
Throughout the decades, The Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach evolved into a cultural landmark, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of American hospitality. Its sprawling grounds and lavish amenities set the stage for unforgettable experiences, from glamorous soirées in the legendary nightclub to lazy afternoons by the iconic poolside. The hotel became a symbol of Miami's allure, a beacon of style and sophistication that continues to captivate visitors to this day.
Nestled between the famed Las Vegas Strip and the sprawling Las Vegas Convention Center, the new Fontainebleau Resort expands its horizons to Las Vegas, carrying with it a legacy of excellence and innovation that spans generations. Whether in Miami Beach or Las Vegas, The Fontainebleau Resort invites guests to embark on a journey of indulgence and discovery, where every moment is infused with the spirit of timeless elegance and unmatched sophistication.
- The Fontainebleau was designed by Carlos Zapata Studio, with Bergman Walls and Associates serving as the executive architect, and supported by The Rockwell Group
- Construction management was overseen by Richardson Construction
- Fontainebleau Resorts is owned by Jeff Soffer
- T. Nickolas Company installed the Tesselle Terrace Jade Breeze Blocks
Photos by Karin Jeske