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The Setai, Miami Beach does not have any large conference rooms, but does have a few intimate spaces that can be used for meetings and events.
This Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s new 580-square-foot Private Dining Room, adjacent to The Restaurant, is an enclosed space within massive teak panel doors that’s flooded with ample natural light streaming in through floor-to-ceiling windows that face bustling Collins Avenue. It’s fully equipped with ceiling-mounted and remote-controlled projector and screens, so you won’t have to worry about dealing with cumbersome audio/visual equipment set-ups.
There are also a few business-oriented suites available, such as the Grande Suite, Two-Bedroom Spa and Media. The latter comes with a dedicated media room, full walk-through kitchen, dining room that seats up to eight people, living room with two sitting areas and an entertainment room with a 52-inch flat-screen plasma television (not to mention an epic view of the ocean). This Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s ground-floor Library and The Grill (during the summer) can also be used for small meetings.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel, and all meeting spaces can be equipped with just about any technology you’ll need for teleconferencing, streaming presentations and more.