Fontainebleau, a renowned U.S. hotel company, has finally opened its new $3.7 billion resort on the Las Vegas Strip after a 23-year journey.

Fontainebleau Las Vegas is the sister property of Fontainebleau Miami Beach, a historic landmark known as America’s first destination resort, established in 1954.

Situated on 25 acres at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, Fontainebleau Las Vegas occupies a strategic location between the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Sahara.

The 3,644-room resort stands out as the first new addition to the Las Vegas Strip since Resorts World opened in 2021, bringing significant name recognition to the city.

The resort boasts 76 high-end suites branded as Fontainebleau Fleur de Lis, offering a "six-star experience" with unique features like billiards tables, wellness rooms, and custom Italian bedding.

The Fleur de Lis collection, designed by the London-based David Collins Studio, pays homage to the original mid-century modern Fontainebleau Miami Beach, blending history with modern luxury.

Fontainebleau Las Vegas partners with Groot Hospitality to introduce unconventional dining options, featuring renowned chefs and unique concepts, potentially transforming the local food scene.

The resort includes a 55,000-square-foot Lapis Spa, an entertainment venue called BleauLive Theater, and upcoming shows by artists like Post Malone, adding a diverse range of experiences for guests.

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