All rooms and suites are equipped with an iMac computer (daily fee for wi-fi) and flat-panel HDTV, as well as thick terrycloth robes, 400-thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, marble baths, a lighted magnifying mirror, safe, in-room bar, and amenities from the Fontainebleau’s exclusive Lapis Spa.
Guest rooms begin at 300 square feet, and it's important to specify if you want a balcony and/or an oceanfront view. There is a world of difference between the superior guest room with no view and the oceanfront balcony guest room, even thought it is only 20 square feet bigger.
Suites begin at 600 square feet for a standard one-bedroom to 1,232 square feet for an oceanfront, which has two bathrooms. Some have a kitchen and washer/dryer. Junior suites include a sitting area and a sleeper sofa. Some have balconies, and can be combined with one-bedroom suites to form larger accommodations. The specialty suites range from 1,000 SF to 4,300 square feet.
Luxury lovers can choose from among a 37th floor penthouse with three bedrooms, den/office and staff bedroom; six individually unique presidential suites; and thirteen Fontainebleau signature suites.