Miami: Fontainebleau Gets a Suite Upgrade

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Proving they want to remain on the forefront of Miami’s luxury accommodations game, The Fontainebleau Miami Beach has upgraded four of its luxurious suites in the Chateau Tower. The four suites, nicknamed La Baie, Le Sable, La Mer and Le Ciel, have been redesigned while continuing to display the plush experience that comes with staying at the Fontainebleau.

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Janice Clausen, an international designer known for working on the most upscale hotel properties around the world, including the breathtaking One&Only in the Maldives. She is the Founder and Principal of design firm CCID, and was given the task of renovating the four suites. Clausen maintained the luxurious feel of the suites by adding neutral tones, polished wood and shimmering fabrics.

To complement the city’s eclectic visual appeal, each suite was designed with different pieces of furniture and art. Each suite now has its own personality to go along with the shared oceanfront views that all four suites have. The Fontainebleau is owned by Haute 100 member, Miami billionaire Jeff Soffer. 

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