Located in Miami Beach and with a strong Asian influence, The Setai is one of Miami’s most luxurious hotels. An impressive and historic building, The Setai originally opened in 1938 under a different name and comprises two separate buildings: one an Art Deco masterpiece, the other a glittering tower that is one of Miami’s tallest buildings.
Serene and zen-like, The Setai is an idyllic enclave for those looking to relax, and with its beautiful décor, stunning views and a host of fantastic suites, there is ample opportunity to do so.
The Setai features an Asian-inspired spa and a host of dining facilities, which includes The Restaurant, the premier dining establishment at the hotel. For entertainment, the hotel holds regular food, wine and music events, and is situated near to the beach.
The Setai top suite: The Penthouse
With a slide of your key card, the private elevator opens directly into the four-bedroom penthouse that occupies the entire 40th floor of this stylish property. The Penthouse offers 360-degree ocean/city views, teak and gray granite floors and several terraces, one with an infinity pool and a Jacuzzi. With an updated 1930s Shanghai decor, the services of a butler, a Steinway piano, eight rooms in total and four bathrooms, it is no wonder a host of A-list celebrities have enjoyed this luxurious Penthouse.