Game Day Cabanas at the Fontainebleau

Sundays in South Florida mean one thing: football! While a lot of people are into tailgating, one of the coolest spots in town has the hottest way to enjoy any game.

Are you ready for some football? The Fontainebleau on Miami Beach is scoring a touchdown with fans.

Josh Herman, Fontainebleau Miami Beach: “We are on over 20 oceanfront acres, and what we did new here is we renovated all 30 of our cabanas. Brand-new wooden slats for privacy, new furniture, new fridges, new TVs, a little bit of everything for extra comfort.”

To celebrate the new cabanas, the resort combined their amazing poolside with SoFlo’s love of pigskin.

Josh Herman: “On Sunday, watching football out in 80 degree weather on a beautiful poolscape. We’ve got two great new packages.”

Time to trade in stadium seating for kicking back in a cabana.

Josh Herman: “The Touch Down package, you get two buckets of local craft brewing from Cigar City and MIA Brewing, as well as a big spread of our famous chicken wings.”

And all-stars will want to go for the MVP package.

Josh Herman: “The MVP package is my favorite. You get a great bottle of tequila. You get all the mixers, so you can make any margarita you want. A full spread of chips and salsa.”

Watching football at the Fontainebleau lets you be a baller.

Josh Herman: “The Touch Down package starts at $550 per day and the MVP is $750 per day.”

And, they won’t call a delay of game here. You can go from the cabana to the pool for the entire day.

Adrienne Zahka: “This is definitely the place to be. If you are on South Beach, Miami, and you need to watch the game, Fontainebleau is your place.”

Josh Herman: “This is how you want to enjoy football, not on your couch or in your living room. You want to be outside in the beautiful Miami weather.”

For more information on the Fontainebleau’s football cabana packages go to: https://fontainebleau.com/

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