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A sea of tranquility in the Miami Beach party scene. Serene, elegant, quiet, and peaceful. Just what we needed.
The restaurants, while good, were never packed. Not much of a scene or bustle here.
Located in the heart of South Beach, The Setai, Miami Beach is an intimate oceanfront resort combining the rich architectural history of the culturally diverse neighborhood and the Asian influence of the International Art Deco movement. It was originally built between 1936 and 1938 as the famed Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel and has consistently been honored with the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award since 2015.
Discreet, personalized, and secluded, The Ocean Suites take luxury accommodations to the next level offering one to four bedroom suites and bespoke Asian-inspired service. The Art Deco Suites feature grand windows and private verandas, creating a peaceful enclave in private studio, junior, or one bedroom suites.
Guests are invited to private beach access with food and beverage services via The Setai Beach Kitchen, three iconic temperature-controlled swimming pools, four private Spa suites in The Spa at The Setai by THÉMAÉ, and dining experiences by Executive Chef Mathias Gervais. Restaurants include Jaya, boasting standout fare from Thailand, Korea, India, China, and Japan, and The Setai Grill which presents the flavors of southern Europe, classic American dishes, specialty seafood options, and an extensive wine list. Nearby attractions include the New World Symphony Center, Bass Museum of Art, and The Adrienne Arsht Center.
Formal or functional, business or pleasure, The Setai, Miami Beach is defined by its commitment to superior service and personalizes every event, with venues ideal for discerning guests and private gatherings. From private business dinners to small group meetings and large-scale receptions, there’s a social space for all events and a team to meticulously plan it all.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
With a host of Asian-inspired offerings, you can choose from treatments that include ancient Balinese massage, Thai style foot reflexology and stress relief Singapore massage. Try something different during your next vacation and immerse yourself with an 80m traditional Thai massage. Using pressure point techniques and herbal aromas, the approximately $295 treatment will leave you refreshed and calm.
Crowned North America’s Leading Hotel Suite by the World Travel Awards, you’ll have access to the very best room amenities including handmade Swedish beds and stunning rainfall showers. Standing clear in the Miami skyline, the building is one of the tallest in the city and you’ll be able to spot it from anywhere. A host of celebrities regularly visit including Madonna, Beyoncé, Paris Hilton and Jennifer Hudson, meaning you never know who you might bump into in the hallways.
Visit The Bar & Courtyard and you’ll find an elegant but relaxed setting that is ideal for birthday or anniversary drinks. The alfresco tables provide a picturesque place to gather and watch the sunset or stay later and wait for the stars to light up the sky. Delicious appetizers and grilled plates are available, while signature cocktails and premium champagne are perfect for a toast.
If you are in town to visit the Perez Art Museum Miami, a special bundle including a minimum of two nights’ accommodation and admission to the museum can be purchased. A romance package is offered for couples wanting to spend a little more time together, including a late check out of 2:00 pm and breakfast delivered to your door. The hotel is famous for its Sunday brunch, where you can purchase a ticket for approximately $95 and enjoy live jazz and unlimited Roederer champagne.
Situated on the resort’s private section of the beach, padded daybeds are exclusively reserved for guests. Jet skis can be directly rented out on the sand, with service staff on the beach able to assist at any time. When you get a hungry out in the sun, the solar-power Setai Beach Kitchen has a range of options to keep you satisfied.
Located about a 30m drive the Miami International Airport, grabbing an Uber once you land is quick and hassle-free. You can expect to pay approximately $25 for the trip, with the journey giving you a good view of Biscayne Bay along the way. For a more budget-friendly alternative, you can board the Metrorail transfer which will take you to Airport Station. From there you can catch the 150 bus which will take you all the way to the corner of Collins Avenue & 21st Street, which is 200 ft from the hotel. Traveling via public transport will cost roughly $5 and take about 40m. (Prices checked 12/06/19).
The Setai, Miami Beach is located at 2001 Collins Avenue in South Beach, 1.9 km from the centre of Miami Beach. Miami City Ballet is the closest landmark to The Setai, Miami Beach.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Setai, Miami Beach.
Yes, The Setai, Miami Beach offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Setai, Miami Beach does not offer free parking.
No, The Setai, Miami Beach does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Setai, Miami Beach is 15.8 km from Miami. The Setai, Miami Beach is 30.7 km from Fort Lauderdale.
Yes, The Setai, Miami Beach is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Setai, Miami Beach has a pool on-site.