The Setai

Miami Beach, Florida

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Combining Asian traditions of simplicity and elegance with a South Beach setting, The Setai is an effectively replicated art deco landmark building. At the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the property dwells in tropical gardens and sparkling pools.

Accommodations

86 guestrooms and 50 suites are available in this Setai 8-story landmark, including a palatial, 10,000 square-foot penthouse fit with rooftop pool and stunning ocean and skyline views.

Guest rooms at The Setai include in-room bathtubs for personal spa treatments, rain showers, Dux bed, pure Irish bed linen, luxurious amenities by Acqua di Parma, in-room daybed seating, teak floors, in-room safe, cable/satellite with flat screen LCD and plasma televisions, Lavazza espresso machines, in-room bar, Bose surround-sound DVD/CD system, high speed Internet access, global newspaper services, laundry valet services, 24-hour in-room dining, twice daily housekeeping service, valet parking, and 24-hour concierge.

Activities

Complimentary iPads, iPods, Mac books, Kindles, and Swiss Bicycles are available upon request at The Setai. The Spa at The Setai used eastern techniques to inspire relaxation and rejuvenation. Other activity options include their on-site fitness center, in-room spa treatments, shopping in their on-site boutique and art shop, three beachfront pools, beach daybeds and pods, private yacht or plane charters, private ground transportation, personal trainers, Yoga, Tai chi, water sports, deep-sea diving, golf and tennis.

Dining

Dining options at The Setai include al fresco courtyard dining in sunken pods offering trans-ethnic cuisine. Their Lounge offers caviar assortments, and the wine cabinets display a variety of champagnes and white and red wines. Poolside dining options are available at The Beach Bar, stretching nearly the entire length of the pool deck and offering frosty drinks and Mediterranean-style dishes.

Inspiring Features

1. The Setai strives to be green by following energy efficiency, minimizing waste, avoiding wasteful water usage, and more.

2. The Setai property celebrates Art Deco and Asian influence with the help of legendary hotelier Adrian Zecha.

3. An incredible 40-story glass tower is on property next to the Art Deco main structure.