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Fontainebleau Miami Beach Pays Tribute to Frank Sinatra

The legendary singer’s treasured vacation mainstay celebrates his centennial birthday in style

When Frank Sinatra wasn’t vacationing (or filming movies) at Fontainebleau Miami Beach during his heyday, he could be found headlining sold out shows at the landmark hotel’s former La Ronde Supper Club alongside members of The Rat Pack. Now, to pay homage to the late singer’s unforgettable legacy within its walls, Fontainebleau Miami Beach has commenced a 100-day countdown to Sinatra’s 100th birthday.

Frank Sinatra on the boardwalk at Fontainebleau Miami Beach

Frank Sinatra on the boardwalk at Fontainebleau Miami Beach

The glamorous festivities include a unique exhibit of rare personal photos of Sinatra curated by those closest to him, a nightly toast of Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select whiskey at the hotel’s Bleau Bar and special 1950s-inspired menu items—think: butter poached lobster, wild mushroom crepes with Mornay sauce and wood roasted prime rib with horseradish—at the hotel’s signature restaurants.

Guests can also enjoy an exclusive “Live Like Frank” promotion for $1,915—commemorating Sinatra’s birth year—which features a two-night stay in a junior suite, a pair of 50-minute massages, a $250 dinner credit for two, complimentary daily breakfast, an “Ultimate Sinatra” CD and a bottle of Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select.

The original cast of Ocean’s Eleven

The countdown will culminate on December 12 with a performance honoring Sinatra’s legacy. 

All photos courtesy of Fontainebleau Miami Beach