What’s Haute: Miami – Art Basel, Quattro, Mandarin Oriental, Crandon Golf Key Biscayne

2001 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach


When gluttony is your sin of choice (and on South Beach, there are definitely some sins to choose from), there is no better way to indulge than at a champagne brunch. And while the Ritz Carlton has reigned supreme in the South Beach brunch offerings since opening its doors, the Setai is reinventing the way we start our Sundays. The brunch at The Restaurant includes specialties from all over the world, like Italian brick oven pizzas, Chinese dim sum, Thai noodles, and Indian breads, alongside some typical American breakfast fare. And in the great tradition of brunch, glasses of Veuve Clicquot or Bloody Marys are served to wash it all down. Priced at $48, and served Sundays from 11:30-3pm, the Setai has elevated Sunday brunch to must-do status.

40 Island Ave.
Miami Beach


The Standard is a holistic and hydrotherapy-oriented spa hotel inspired by global bathing cultures, self-teaching, and healing. Located on the Venetian Causeway, this contemporary spa encourages the communal, shared ritual of ancient bathing traditions, with indoor baths including a Turkish-style Hamam and aroma steam room; and outdoor baths like the Roman waterfall hot tub, arctic plunge pool, and a “sound” pool with underwater music. Additional amenities include a mud lounge, fully programmed yoga center with waterfront yoga lawns, and Naturopathic nutritional counseling.