Minimalistic, modern, chic and captivating, the Art Deco Suites blend Asian influences with an air of serenity that pervades every corner of The Setai's Miami Beach setting. Located in the hotel's landmark Art Deco Building which was designed by renowned architect Henry Hohauser and originally opened as the Dempsey-Vanderbilt hotel by heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey in 1937. On their anniversary 80 years later, these suites continue to uphold their roots while featuring breathtaking original Asian-inspired artwork and authentic artifacts. Each and every detail in our hotel rooms tell a story all their own.
Unlike the average Miami Beach hotel room, the awe-inspired design of our Studio Suites allow the space to unfold in a manner so intuitive, so richly welcoming that it's difficult to imagine staying anywhere else. The Asian-style décor and inventive use of space come together to create a harmony of place and purpose that defines The Setai. Ranging from 582 – 610 square feet (54 – 57 square metres).
Unwind in profound comfort and savor an innate serenity of spirit. The tranquil Asian mood of our City and Courtyard view Junior Suites reflects our commitment to the celebration of well-designed space that extends beyond the generously appointed suites to that which allows our guests room for themselves in their day.
Our City and Courtyard view One-Bedroom Suites in The Setai's historical Art Deco landmark building blends in complete harmony with its surroundings yet boasts a uniquely Asian touch. Light floods in from grand windows, while walls crafted from fine teakwood blend effortlessly with decorative touches like teak hardwood and authentic artifacts.
Our Bi-Level Suites in The Setai Art Deco building offers nearly 1,200 square feet of space within a two-story luxuriously appointed guest suite. A wooden staircase separates the downstairs living and dining room areas from the upstairs master bedroom and adjoining bathroom. Teak hardwood and authentic artifacts fill the space, while plush daybeds offer extra sleeping space, if desired.