The Setai, Miami Beach – Asian glamour in the heart of Florida’s art deco district

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What is it? Opened as the Dempsey-Vanderbilt Hotel on New Year’s Day 1937 by former world heavyweight champion boxer Jack Dempsey, and designed by influential American architect Henry Hohauser, The Setai is one of Miami Beach’s oldest surviving art deco hotels.Renovated in 2005 according to the talents of Belgian architect Jean-Michel Gathy (the man responsible for the infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands, in Singapore) and late Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim, it now sports a striking 117…

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