The Luxist points out that “there was at least one glaring omission in the Wealth Bulletin’s list of the world’s top 10 most expensive hotel suites, which was reported on last month: the penthouse at The Setai in Miami’s South Beach. With 6,500 square feet of interior space and 3,000 square feet of terraces and balconies, the pad’s $30,000-per-night price tag makes it the 3rd most expensive hotel room in the world when inserted in its proper place on the list.” Spacious, stunning and serene, the Setai’s four-bedroom p-house is designed with an haute-Asian aesthetic employing exotic woods and other sweet finishes, and features a double living room that extends across the entire eastern end of the 40 story glass tower. Step off the elevator and cross over into a transcendental experience. The beauty of the area, a feast of color and horizon, becomes your backdrop; the living room, with its view-drenched windows, boasts unlimited views of the northern, southern, eastern and western horizons. There are two master suites with soaking tubs, private balconies and beach views. State of the art LCD touch panel screens, installed throughout the penthouse, offer total control over the lighting, a/v and building systems. There’s a Steinway in the music room and a butler available at any moment. The huge terrace features a sunken infinity edge stainless steel pool complete with waterfall and raised coral stone-encased hot tub. An incomparable melding of space and vision over the sand and sea, this spot defines excellence in accommodation across the globe-and cannot be left off of top 10 lists, whether qualitative or quantitative.