The Bleau Goes Haute Pink

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The Fontainebleau goes pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This month’s not just reserved for ghosts and globins. With the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in four days, pink is the new black (and orange) for October. The very posh Fontainebleau Miami Beach is offering you the hautest ways to give back to the cause.


The iconic resort partners with Miami Chapter of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation with a variety of exclusive guest experiences and dining options with a portion of sales benefiting the foundation.  Fontainebleau’s signature restaurants, Gotham Steak, Hakkasan, Scarpetta, and Vida will each offer a special $39 three-course prix-fixe menu (excluding tax and gratuity) Sunday thru Thursday for the month of October. A portion of the proceeds from each menu cover will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Reserve a table online or call 877-326-7412.



You can also enjoy a cocktail or two and feel good, because you’re helping fighting cancer. The seasonal Pinkie Promise cocktail, made with Ciroc Red Berryrock candy, lemon sour and fresh raspberries, is available throughout October at all of the hotel’s bars and lounges for just $10, and in return, Fontainebleau will donate $1.00 per sale of the drink to the cause.


If all this pink has you beat, check out Lapis, The Spa at Fontainebleau, which is offering their signature 50-minute Swedish and Aromatic Blend massages at a 25% discount for October ($105+taxes and gratuities). And the Fontainebleau doesn’t want you stressing about parking either. The resort will offer discounted valet parking of $7 for all Bleau Goes Pink patrons.

Lapis, The Spa at Fontainebleau

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