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Fontainebleau Miami Beach becomes one of world’s most connected hotels

Fontainebleau Miami Beach becomes one of world’s most connected hotels

Hotwire Communications, a leading provider of fiber optic telecommunications services to the hospitality industry, is bringing the fastest high-speed internet services and amenities to the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

The Fontainebleau will be one of the first hotels in the magic city to have full 10 gigabit service, the largest dedicated fiber circuit in Hotwire’s history.

“Hotwire is proud to have been chosen to provide services for a hotel with such a rich history,” said Alexandria Richards, Vice President of Sales and Hospitality. “Wifi is the number one amenity guests expect to be fast and reliable. Our 10-gigabit service will insure that every Fontainebleau guest receives a dependable and fast internet experience that will make their stay more enjoyable, convenient and entertaining.”

The Fontainebleau Miami Beach has been a South Florida landmark since 1954, and it will move forward as one of the few hotels in the world to combine traditional elegance and glamour with the cutting edge communications services that discriminating guests demand.

About The Fontainebleau Miami Beach: Designed by celebrated architect Morris Lapidus, the richly appointed hotel first opened its doors in 1954. It is one of several examples of Miami Modern architecture famed for its curved angles and flamboyant design including the “Staircase to Nowhere,” also known as the “floating staircase.”

In addition to having been featured in a number of motion pictures such as Goldfinger, The Bodyguard and Scarface, the hotel has also welcomed a throng of famous guests. They include Barack Obama, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Dean Martin, John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, and many others. In 2012 The Fontainebleau was named “Best Building in Florida” by the Florida Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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