An intriguing fusion of Art Deco and Eastern style, The Setai is a luxury hotel of contrast.
Built in 1938, The Setai is an integral part of the social and architectural heritage of Miami Beach. Its interior features Burmese teak design enhanced with bronze highlights and dark bricks from ancient Shanghai. Pleasantly contrasting the original building is a new, 40-story glass tower. This impressive structure contains many of The Setai’s luxury suites, along with three swimming pools. For guests craving a fresh ocean breeze, the hotel also has its very own private beach.
Guests can choose from the minimalistic chic of an Art Deco suite, or the glittering sea views of an Ocean Suite. Both room types provide a serene escape from the bustling streets of Miami Beach. Rooms are decorated with an Asian flair and open up onto private balconies. The Handmade Swedish Duxiana beds, complete with Frette linens, are the epitome of comfort. The bathrooms feature a deep granite bath and Acqua di Parma amenities.
The Restaurant at The Setai serves a range of culinary delights created by Executive Chef Mathias Gervais. Inspired by the flavours of Italy, Spain and the South of France, The Restaurant uses the traditional Spanish cooking technique of ‘a la Plancha’ to produce rich, unique combinations.
Featured in numerous TV shows and movies, South Beach is a stretch of ten miles of pristine beach with a fashionable, sultry and frenetic vibe. The area is known for its beautiful Art Deco architecture with many pastel colored buildings lining the streets. Visitors will find South Beach an exciting place for people-watching, shopping and partying at the many hip nocturnal venues. Other than the beautiful beach, South Beach is also home to world-class dining and nightlife with options like The Bazaar and Macchialina. For sightseeing, South Beach has many attractions like the Colony Theater and the Jewish Museum of Florida.