How to Stay at the Iconic Fontainebleau Hotel from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Spoilers ahead for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 3 . Mickey is drawn to the grand staircase of the Fontainebleau Hotel as soon as he enters the lobby, and there's a reason for that: it's a real hotel, as luxurious and famous in real life as it looks on the show. According to the Fontainebleau website, it is "one of the most historically and architecturally significant hotels in Miami Beach."

Owner Ben Novack opened the hotel in 1954 and it quickly became one of South Florida's largest and most elegant destinations. Located on Millionaire's Row, all of its grand features are designed and laid out to complement its French period theme - from the 17,000-square-foot lobby and legendary "Stairway to Nowhere," to the Versailles-inspired Six acres of palace-inspired formal gardens.

The Fontainebleau Hotel's website states that during its first 25 years of operation, it was so famous that it didn't even need any official sign, and when Mickey and Suzy get there in Episode 5, there's no official sign in sight. Sadly, Midge and Shy Baldwin are also at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to the hotel's featured talent. It has welcomed entertainers including Elvis Presley, Bob Hope, Lucille Ball and Judy Garland Garland, who in their day attracted so many people that armed guards had to be stationed at the door.

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The Fontainebleau hotel closed in 2005 and, after a two-and-a-half-year renovation, reopened with even more excitement and hosted the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which included performances by Usher, Mariah Carey and Robin Thicke. It has also been used as a filming location for many Hollywood productions, including "Goldfinger" , "Waiter" , "Scarface" , "The Expert" and "The Bodyguard" .

While Messer was filming there, the set designers restored the hotel lobby to its original appearance, and the actors wore old-fashioned hotel uniforms. Throughout December, Fontainebleau guests can enjoy "fabulous cocktails" named after Midge and Susie, get a "fabulous massage" at the spa, and sip a glass of sparkling rosé in honor of the Season 3 premiere.

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Today, a stay at the Fontainebleau Hotel offers a wealth of activities, including world-class dining, unique spa experiences and a variety of entertainment options. You can reserve a poolside cabana at one of the 10 pools, or if you have kids, you can enjoy them at the club. A standard weekend room reservation for two adults averages about $300 per night—unless you have big requests, like a room filled with yellow teddy bears. Then the interest rate may be higher.