One would not usually be inclined to describe Miami’s hot spots as serene. Unless, of course, the spot in question is The Setai, an intimate oceanfront resort situated in the heart of South Beach, where its design blends the rich architectural history of the neighborhood with its cultural diversity. Interestingly, the Art Deco landmark building was originally built between 1936 and 1938, when it was known as the famed Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel.
Authentic jade pieces that were discovered in the antique markets of China are displayed within the guest rooms and suites – examples of the property’s Asian influences. A relaxed meal at The Grill or a more formal dinner at The Restaurant aims to please. The Setai’s consistently innovative food, exceptional wine, excellent service, and colorful surroundings reflect Miami’s vibrant energy year-round, while the goal of its Spa is restoration and realignment of the body and spirit.
The magnificent oceanfront resort hotel is adjoined by a 40-story regal residential tower Set amid tropical gardens and sparkling pools at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It Recreates the style and charm of the city’s fabled past, while seamlessly blending Asian traditions of simplicity and elegance to its overall appeal. It features 131 rooms in total with 86 studio suites and 45 suites, an intimate private spa, three pools and remarkable restaurants and bars. Guests can enjoy finest and freshest ingredients from different parts of the globe to create Asian cuisine as well as modern comfort foods. For leisure The Spa at The Setai offers proven relaxation and restoration techniques from the east bringing the healing spirit and traditions of the east to South Beach.