The Setai on South Beach Miami launches Free Night Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 3 July 2009

One of Miamis most stylish hotels is now offering promotional rates that start from US$485 a night as part of an Indulge in Serenity deal.

Valid until October 15th 2009 the promotion allows guests of The Setai to sample this modern classic oceanfront resort for up two nights and get an extra night complimentary.

The Setai is the United States flagship of GHM (General Hotels Management), the exclusive brand of sleek contemporary Asian-style luxury hotels and resorts worldwide.

Uniquely, the 5-star resort combines the rich architectural heritage and culture of South Beach with the unmistakable, understated Asian hospitality style of legendary hotelier Adrian Zecha, who is renowned for founding the world famous Amanresorts.

The intimate resort is an architectural landmark in the heart of South Beach's historic Art Deco district, faithfully preserved from the 1920s and 30s. Dating back to 1938 when it was the famed Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel, it is just a short stroll from celebrated restaurants, designer shopping and the eclectic nightlife.

The Setai's signature dining venue The Restaurant serves exceptional Asian-inspired fare, complimented by an award-winning wine list.

Facilities also include a world-class spa, a 30-metre poolside bar with a quintessentially South Beach vibe, and an indulgent choice of three swimming pools maintained at different water temperatures so guests can select which they most prefer.

The Setai is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

The summer promotional rates are subject to 13% tax.

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