The Eden Roc Renaissance Miami Beach has led a parallel existence with its next-door neighbor, the legendary Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Both resorts opened in the 1950s and had long runs as swank celebrity haunts. Both fell out of favor when the South Beach scene began to explode three miles down the road during the 1990s, and both have undergone big-budget renovations ($220 million for Eden Roc, $1 billion for the Fontainebleau) over the past couple of years. But they took different paths ...

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