With a dazzling oceanfront position on South Beach’s quieter northern end, The Setai is a luxurious sanctuary of Balinese tranquility and calm. Unlike South Beach’s other flashy and flamboyant hotels, the Setai epitomises modern sophistication with cool, stylish Asian interiors of polished dark-wood, black brick and dark granite. The hotel‘s architecture seamlessly blends two impressive yet contrasting buildings – the first, a soaring curvaceous 40-story aquamarine glass tower set on the oceanfront with a mix of opulent hotel rooms and private apartments; and the second, a refurbished classic eight-story Art Deco building dating back to the 1930’s Miami Beach golden age (formerly the Dempsey Vanderbilt hotel). No expense has been spared on the hotel’s design, from the three exquisite outdoor pools & beachfront lounge area, to the spacious modern rooms, superb dining spaces and a cutting-edge Spa & Fitness Centre. The Setai’s excessive 4-figure room price has led to mixed opinions about the hotel’s value for money, however if money’s no object then this hotel is one of the most peaceful places to escape the South Beach crowds.
2001 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139-1913, United States