Fontainebleau Miami Beach

In 2005, Turnberry  acquired the Fontainebleau Hotel and initiated a $150 comprehensive renovation project that made it the premier hospitality asset in Miami. Throughout the years in which Turnberry owned and operated the hotel (2005 to March 2019), it continued to expand is physical footprint of the resort along with luxury services, making it the one-of-a-kind destination it is today. This included a 4-year $1 billion expansion. The Fontainebleau Miami Beach is set on 20 oceanfront acres and boasts more than 1,500 guestrooms and suites, award-winning signature restaurants from world-renowned chefs, LIV, a globally recognized nightclub, and Lapis, a 40,000 square foot spa.