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Business travelers are in luck when they stay at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star The Setai, Miami Beach — there’s free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, telephone conferencing capabilities, VGA plug-ins to stream your presentations live, a business center and The Library and new Private Dining Room, which can both be used during the day for small meetings or for a quiet workspace.
The new 580-square-foot Private Dining Room space is located adjacent to The Restaurant. The room is enclosed within massive teak panel doors, and natural light streams in through the floor-to-ceiling windows with views of bustling Collins Avenue. The space is fully equipped with the most advanced ceiling-mounted and remote-controlled projector and screen capabilities to eliminate the hassles of cumbersome audio/visual equipment set-ups.
The Setai, Miami Beach also has a few business-oriented suites that you can book, such as the Grande Suite, Two-Bedroom Spa and Media. The Media suite comes with a dedicated media room, a full walk-through kitchen, a dining room that seats eight people, a living room with two sitting areas, an extra room to prepare for spa treatments and an entertainment room with a 52-inch plasma screen TV (not to mention an epic ocean view).