When it opened in 1954, the Fontainebleau was the largest and most luxurious hotel in South Florida. Morris Lapidus, the hotel's architect, included signature features like a 17,000-square-foot lobby with a now legendary staircase to nowhere, six acres of formal gardens designed to replicate Versailles, and antique furnishings to authentically convey the hotel's French period theme. In 2008, the resort completed a $1 billion renovation and expansion. The resort's 1,504 guest rooms include 846 rooms and suites in the original buildings. The 37-story Tresor and 18-story Sorrento, two new luxury all-suite towers located at the south end of the property, have 658 junior, one- and two-bedroom suites.
Photo By: Fontainebleau
Montgomery - the Hank Williams Museum houses much memorabilia of Hank Williams, Jr.
Photo By: Karim Shamsi-Basha
New Camper Sink
Anna and Justin Scribner added a brand-new sink to complete the kitchen renovation of this vintage camper.
The sport of paddleboarding has quickly grown in popularity with participants of all ages and fitness levels taking part. These participants at Paddleboard Winter Haven demonstrate the unique combination of serenity and gentle fitness requirements the easygoing water sport entails.