Nestled in the heart of South Beach, The Setai is one of the most sought-after lodging venues during Art Basel, one of the most important art fairs in the world. The hotel not only attracts business and leisure travelers but also celebrities such as Gisele Bündchen and Kendall Jenner. But in itself, this luxury property, which takes advantage of a beautiful Art Deco building from the 1930s, is a destination in itself. Throughout, the Setai has a distinguished air of Asian design, minimalist and expressive at the same time.
Amenities: Guests are treated to rooms with high-resolution screens, rainfall showers and Valmont products. In fact, this brand sponsors the Spa. For those who prefer to focus on their goals during their stay, the Setai has several infinity pools, as well as a premium shopping area.
Business and events tips: Like other properties in the area seeking to attract business travelers, the Setai offers event planners who can help organize anything from business lunches to large meetings and conferences. The hotel belongs to the Leaders Club, so a membership will allow visitors benefits such as free WiFi, continental breakfast, and early check-in and late check-out. The hotel offers two room types: Art Deco suites and Ocean Suites.
What’s nearby: Simply put, Miami Beach. While the hotel stands apart from the sea of nighttime neon that bathes this spot, due to its sober design, in all other respects it offers all the attractions of the area, as well as South Beach and the city’s other trendy districts.
Regular rate for a stay from Sunday to Monday: US$4,446 (including taxes).
Location: 2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL, 33139, USA