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Start Your Day with an Upscale American Breakfast

The Setai Is a Modern Hotel with Asian Sensibilities and a Penchant for Pampering

    
   
With its Zen-like atmosphere, the Setai is a place where you can completely relax, unaffected by the outside world. Owned by United Kingdom-based luxury resort hotel operator General Hotel Management, the Setai was designed by Jean Michel Gathy and is managed by General Hotel Management Chairman Adrian Zecha. It started its life as the Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel in the 1930s, in the midst of Miami's famed Art Deco era. Subsequently, it has evolved into a fusion of Miami culture, preserving its Art Deco history in combination with a new Asian aesthetic that's apparent in the hotel's many reflecting pools, quiet reflective areas and mythical Asian statues, which stand regally on pedestals throughout. The Setai provides a tranquil, serene environment within what is typically considered a fast and forward scene. Situated at the northern end of Collins Avenue, this piece of Asian paradise is also a hotel that's noted for its pampering personality, as evidenced by the many amenities it provides, including three pools-each individually heated-a spa and gourmet restaurants, among many other luxurious essentials. A fully renovated hotel that fuses the calming view of the waves in the Atlantic Ocean with Asian-inspired architecture, the Setai is a perfect place to start your day. After breakfast, consider wandering through the sculpture gardens on your way to the beach, where the tables adorned with 100 percent pure Florida orange juice will serve as a bright reminder of your geography.

   
     
    
The Restaurant
The Setai
2001 Collins Ave.
Miami, FL 33139


Reservations: (305) 520-6240

or

click here for an online reservation.

Serves Breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7:00 a.m. to 11.p.m. Seven Days. Open until Midnight on Friday and Saturday.

Dress Code: Business Casual.

   
     
      
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