the setai, miami beach


the setai, miami beach
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A luxury hotel situated in a prime oceanfront location in South Beach, at the north end of Miami’s
historic Art Deco District, The Setai, Miami Beach offers guests an intimate and serene experience in
a building that combines Art Deco architecture with Asian-inspired interior motifs. The impeccably
detailed suites are set in an oasis of tropical gardens, sparkling pools and a white sandy beach. The
Setai presents a refreshing balance between the thriving South Beach scene and a serene tropical
In November 2013 The Setai, Miami Beach unveiled a multi million dollar series of propertywide beautification projects that included the closure and full reconstruction of the iconic trio of
temperature-controlled infinity pools, façade updates to the Art Deco and Tower buildings and new
window glass in the Art Deco Building, further enhancing this exceptional hotel.
Flight time from the UK: 9 hours, direct flights from London
Miami International Airport: 20 min by car
The Art Deco Building
•80 Studio Suites and One Bedroom Suites with city or
courtyard views, varying in size from 550 to 1,144 sq.ft
The Tower: Ocean Suites
•40 Suites within the hotel rental programme: One and Two
Bedroom Suites, from 847 to 1,407 sq. ft in size
• Speciality Ocean Suites: 1,1750 sq.ft two-bedroom
• Entertainment Suite and 3,500 sq.ft two-bedroom Grand Suite
with built-in spa and media rooms
• 1 Penthouse Suite: 10,000 sq. ft, four bedrooms (including two
master suites), five bathrooms, private outdoor terrace with
multiple lounging areas, private lap pool, Jacuzzi and open-air
•The Restaurant, Mediterranean specialities; open for breakfast,
lunch, dinner and Sunday Jazz Brunch
• The Bar & Courtyard
• The Setai Grill, a prime steakhouse with Asian inspired dishes
• The Pool & Beach Bar
• The Spa at The Setai, en-suite spa treatments and pool side
• Fitness centre
• Private beach and full beach services
• Asprey boutique
• Domenico Vacca boutique
• Three infinity, temperature-controlled pools
• Pool and beach daybeds
• Private yacht and plane charters upon request
• Private ground transportation upon request
• Water sports and deep sea diving available nearby
• Golf and tennis available nearby
Did You Know
• The grey antique bricks used in the lobby were transported from
Shanghai, China, which at one time had the largest array of Art Deco
buildings in the world and are still prevalent today. Several buildings in
Shanghai’s old city that were in irreparable condition were taken apart,
literally brick by brick. These bricks were restored and are now housed
in The Setai
• An Asian inspired hotel, the word Setai is a fusion of two Indonesian
words meaning South Beach
• Oranges are placed in huricane lamps throughout the hotel. They
symbolise good luck in China and are the state symbol of Florida,
therefore bridging the culture gap of Asia & the USA
• The Ocean Suites experience includes bespoke services and amenities,
including one round-trip private airport transfer, one spa treatment per
reservation, daily breakfast, non-alcoholic en-suite beverages, limitless
en-suite cinema selections, access to a luxury courtesy car, packing
unpacking assistance, flexible arrival and departure times and more...
• Located next to The Setai, the Bass Museum of Art is the only fine art
museum on Miami Beach
• Founded in 1986, the Miami City Ballet has grown to be one of the
largest, most acclaimed ballet companies in the US
• When the sun goes down, South Beach comes to life with bars, clubs
and live music venues. Speak with the hotel Concierge to discover
locations that best suit your tastes and interests
• For children, Jungle Island is home to more than 3,000 parrots and
over 500 other animals, including monkeys and reptiles. Jungle Island
also offers an exceptional 90-minute private VIP Tour
• Lincoln Road, with its wealth of shops, cafes and restaurants, is only a
few blocks away. Built in the 1920s, it became one of the country’s
first pedestrian malls in the 1960s