LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel is 18,000-square feet of high-energy excitement in a gorgeous setting. Its six private glass-enclosed skyboxes are complimented by a blazing light show emanating from the $100,000 domed LED ceiling that covers the entire club and is synchronized to the music.
Dual curving staircases cascade down around the DJ booth which overlooks the main floor. And that floor stays very crowded most of the time as LIV is one of the most popular clubs in all of Miami Beach.
The team working the door at LIV are all equipped with iPads containing continuously updated guestlist and table reservation information, along with scanning units which are made up of touch-iPods with a laser scanner attachment. If you’d like to be included on a future guestlist, just give them your email address and they’ll set you up. The door people tell us this technology makes the door operation run much smoother and eliminates entrance delays that are often associated with high-end nightclubs, especially here in Miami Beach.
Once you’re inside the same “big room” where Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin once entertained Hollywood stars in the early 1960s, expect to see a beautiful crowd and some of the best DJs in the world, including Erick Morillo, Tiësto, Steve Aoki, and many more.
For those seeking an ultra-VIP evening, LIV’s six private skyboxes feature European bottle service, a mini-bar and banquettes with secured purse drawers for the ladies.
Table reservations are strongly recommended, as even getting to the front of the crowd where the doorman can notice you can be a major undertaking. But, the good news is that the Fontainebleau’s “Bleu Bar” is right in the same area and offers a more relaxed attitude compared to the frenzy that often happens at the entrance of LIV.
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL