Fontainebleau Miami Beach honors the legacy of Frank Sinatra and continues to display authentic images including rare and vintage personal photos of Frank Sinatra from the Sinatra Family Archive, on the Fontainebleau property. The legendary singer often performed to packed houses at Fontainebleau’s La Ronde Supper Club, vacationed at the resort and even filmed the beloved movies, A Hole in the Head, Tony Rome, and Lady in Cement, as well as broadcast four episodes of his TV show, The Frank Sinatra Timex Hour, on property.
Back in September of 2015, Fontainebleau celebrated the legacy of Frank Sinatra and his centennial birthday with 100 days of unique programming. The 100-day countdown to Sinatra’s 100th birthday officially kicked off, with Fontainebleau paying tribute to the American treasure throughout the iconic hotel. Festivities focused around an exhibit that featured extremely rare, candid images of Sinatra from his family’s personal collection and several from one of the era’s top fashion-and-celebrity photographers, Terry O’Neill. Other touches in tribute to the crooner included Sinatra inspired menus and cocktails, spa treatments, dapper retail offerings and much more.
“Frank Sinatra represented a very special time in Fontainebleau’s history, and we are delighted to celebrate his life and the legacy he left behind”, said Philip Goldfarb, President and Chief Operating Officer at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Sinatra’s musical influence and legacy will continue to be a huge part of Fontainebleau’s history and will forever be remembered in future years to come. Visit our Chateau Versailles main lobby to view our Frank Sinatra exhibit featuring exclusive archived images or visit fontainebleau.com to learn more.