Checking out Las Vegas’ newest resort
Checking out Fontainebleau Las Vegas


Fontainebleau Las Vegas opened its doors on Dec. 13 to an a-list guest list featuring the likes of Sylvester Stallone, Cher, Lenny Kravitz, Axel Rose, Justin Timberlake and Keith Urban. The new 67-story, 3,644 room and suite property carries on the glamour and legacy of the longstanding Fontainebleau Miami.

“Fontainebleau Las Vegas is the first expansion of the iconic Fontainebleau brand that began 70 years ago in Miami Beach,” Joseph Hernandez, director, leisure sales of Fontainebleau Las Vegas, tells Travel Courier. “The resort brings with it a legacy of design, sophistication, and service to the Strip. We are a 67-story, vertically integrated luxury resort built with the thoughtful intention of allowing guests to move effortlessly throughout the rooms and suites, convention space, casino, and all other aspects of the resort.”

The most lavish offering at the resort, casino and shopping complex that spans 24.5 acres is the Fleur de Lis suite collection, located on the top five floors of the resort tower, offering a six-star experience tailored to each guest’s individual preferences.

“The suites in the collection range in size from 1,000 square feet to the luxurious 10,000-square-foot Penthouse,” he says. “When Fontainebleau Fleur de Lis guests arrive, they are greeted with a refreshing towel and a beverage of their choice before being escorted inside via a private elevator for check-in and a tour of the rooms and their features. Each suite features floral arrangements, personalized welcome chocolates, personal valet services and personal concierge service for arranging tickets, reservations, and more, all within the comforts of the suite.”

Meanwhile, evening butler service is also included with optional amenities such as a pillow menu, tea program, and bath butler.

“Fontainebleau Las Vegas’ Fleur de Lis experience also includes access to a private fleet of Rolls-Royces for transportation needs, making for an incredibly luxurious, unforgettable experience,” he adds.

Notably, the new property is home to 550,000 square feet of meetings and convention space, 150,000 square feet of gaming space, and an elevated pool deck with seven pool experiences, five bars and two restaurants across six acres. There are 36 first-to-market restaurant concepts on site, a nightlife experience from LIV, and spa and wellness service offerings at Lapis Spa & Wellness. On the entertainment side, upcoming residencies include Tiësto and Calvin Harris.

“Fontainebleau Las Vegas seamlessly connects the past, present, and future of the illustrious 70-year history of the brand,” he says. “The 67-story resort is the tallest occupiable building in Nevada, designed by Fontainebleau Development’s in-house design team, as well as several renowned international design houses. Guests will notice our bowtie logo found throughout the resort, in some obvious and not so obvious places.”

Hernandez says their ideal clientele are people with a natural sense of curiosity and a desire to discover new things.

“Guests who appreciate a wide variety of experiences and want to explore all that we have to offer,” he says. “It is our hope that people depart from Fontainebleau Las Vegas with a sense of wonder and a desire to return. We have truly built something spectacular that stands apart from all other resorts on the Strip. As we continue to welcome new partners and expand our offerings, we hope that guests feel inspired to return and to continue their relationship with our brand.”

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