Recently spent a 4 day weekend here with my wife and another couple. I was planning to stay at either the Loews or the Ritz Carlton, but my friend had a corporate rate at the Setai, so we agreed to stay here. Got off to a rocky start when I arrived at 3 pm and had to wait one hour before getting in to my room. The manager said they would comp my lunch but that wasnt done until I said something upon checking out. To be fair, it's a beautiful hotel. The small size meant everything was close by and you never felt crowded anywhere even though the hotel was fully booked. The room was nicely decorated and spacious, but not much of a view. Breakfast was amazing though expensive. Beach was great, with very good service. Gym was terrific. My only issue was the overly dim lighting everywhere and the prices reflected the quality. Most of the guests were from Europe and not many kids. It was very nice, but for some reason, I would not feel compelled to go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Setai is an intimate, serene oceanfront resort in the heart of South Beach. Its design vision artfully combines the rich architectural history of the neighborhood and its cultural diversity with the International Art Deco movement, particularly its influence in Asia. Our new restaurant, Jaya, invites you to discover a menu that dedicated to the traditional flavors and dishes of Asia from China, India, Thailand and Japan. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Setai Hotel Miami Beach
- Setai Hotel Miami Beach
- Setai Miami Beach