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The scenic seaside villages of The Hamptons and Montauk are located at the easternmost end of Long Island, New York. This location is famous for its beautiful landscape — most notably its Atlantic beaches.
Visitors can walk through Montauk State Park and see the Montauk Point Lighthouse, which dates back to 1796 and is home to impressive historical documents. There are numerous water activities to enjoy for the whole family, and the seafood restaurants are unbeatable.
The following boutique hotels will make a stay in The Hamptons or Montauk that much more special.
Price: From $550 per night
The 1770 House was first built as a family home in 1663 and became an inn in 1770. Hundreds of years later, this historic hotel still offers a welcoming and opulent experience.
The property includes a 2-story carriage house, and original architectural details have been preserved throughout, including exposed ceiling beams and a narrow staircase full of history.
Each guest room features accents like a fireplace, 18th-century wood paneling, William Morris wallpaper, a marble bathroom, a separate sitting area, complimentary Wi-Fi, Frette linens, premium bath products from Molton Brown, and indulgent treats from Dean & DeLuca.
You’ll be treated to views of either the hotel’s gardens or the picturesque Main Street.
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Price: From $260 per night
Bridgehampton Inn was first built in 1795, but it continues to welcome guests with open arms today. The property’s owner has curated antique furnishings and art pieces from their extensive travels throughout the world.
The inn preserves original details like high ceilings, original walls, and even doorways. These historical features are accentuated by vintage mirrors, handcrafted dressers, 4-poster beds, antique bathtubs, open vanities, and more. You’ll find refined comfort everywhere you look at this hotel.
Guests can also indulge in local, seasonal delicacies served at the hotel’s celebrated on-site restaurant.
Price: From $250 per night
A unique hotel that delivers excellent hospitality, the Mill House Inn is small but full of charm and sophistication, making it ideal for an intimate holiday or a romantic getaway.
Each of the guest rooms and suites has a different design with unique color palettes, furnishings, and accents. Guests can choose which room best suits their personal style.
Some suites have a private entrance to the property’s gardens, some have a fireplace, and others have a Serenity Airbath and wet bar.
Price: From $275 per night
Located in an elegant building dating to 1824, The Quogue Club is the perfect setting for a peaceful vacation with easy access to some of the area’s best beaches.
This property boasts numerous sun-drenched common rooms, perfect for unwinding while chatting with friends or other guests. A complimentary breakfast is served daily, guests can enjoy a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga classes, and a professional masseuse is available upon request.
Guest rooms and even private cottages are available, all of which feature premium toiletries from Molton Brown and luxurious 600-count Supima duvets and linens that have been custom-made for The Quogue Club.
Price: From $365 per night
A charming location in a lush natural area just off Montauk Highway, A Room at the Beach is a hidden gem ideal for romantic getaways. This boutique property was recently reimagined by Charles Lemonides and Lucy Swift Weber. The design is inspired by casual 5-star luxury but preserves the coziness offered by the motel that was formerly on the premises.
Serenity is the focus of this property, with details like Serena & Lily accessories, full-size Malin & Goetz bath products, and gourmet minibars stocked with delicious local treats.
Plush linens and robes are provided by Frette, while the bathrooms have rainfall showers and Ann Sachs tiles. In each suite, you’ll even find a heated floor and spa tub for an even more pampered experience.
Price: From $421 per night
Guests at The Roundtree, Amagansett can enjoy the 2 acres of farmland on which the hotel sits. This elegant location is full of style and refinement and provides an exclusive experience to all guests.
Accommodation options include stylish guest rooms, sprawling suites, and private cottages. Each has gone through an extensive renovation to ensure only the best in design and comfort is provided to guests. Each room includes luxury Frette linens and Matouk towels, premium bath products provided by Grown Alchemist, a Nespresso coffee machine, a beach bag, and a luxurious rainfall showerhead. There’s even a pillow menu for guests to peruse.
Guests can also enjoy the complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon tea served daily.
Price: From $495 per night
The exclusive Topping Rose House is housed in a Greek Revival mansion dating back to 1842. It’s a sophisticated property, with polished rooms that feature some original design details.
An annex has added modern rooms to the resort, with floor-to-ceiling windows and private balconies. The Topping Rose House mansion is the only hotel in the area with full 5-star service. Fine dining can be enjoyed at the exclusive Jean-Georges restaurant on the premises.
Some of the top-tier amenities included at the hotel are complimentary luxury car shuttles that take guests to the beach so they can enjoy their day out in style, spacious rooms and suites, a lap pool, and an on-site treatment studio by Farmaesthetics.
Price: From $340 per night
A scenic resort located on Lake Montauk, Gurney’s Star Island is located 3 miles from the stunning Ditch Plains Beach and 2 miles from the Montauk Downs State Park and Golf Course. The waterfront ballroom and trendy Showfish restaurant are a draw for both visitors and locals.
Accommodation options include guest rooms, suites, and exclusive private villas for those traveling in groups. Some have a private patio or balcony, and villas benefit from waterfront views. The resort’s 15 acres of land are ideal for outdoor activities that don’t even require leaving the property.
There are indoor and outdoor pools for guests to enjoy, personalized concierge service that will help point you to all you need to see and experience in the area, and plenty of water activities on offer at the beach.
Price: From $165 per night
Located right in the harbor, Haven Montauk is a stylish hotel with sophisticated mid-century details and a fun vibe. Guests are treated to amazing sunsets and to the sounds and views of the beach right outside the door.
The property boasts fire pits, grills, bicycle rentals, and a pool area with picnic tables. Haven Montauk also provides guests with beach parking passes so they can enjoy days out at any of the beautiful beaches in the area.
Each room includes amenities such as a standing shower, separate living and dining areas, and a fully-equipped kitchenette. There are 1- and 2-bedroom apartments and classic and premium studios, some of which have full sunset views. All rooms except the premium studio can accommodate pets.
Price: From $234 per night
Hero Beach Club provides a mix of classic tradition and relaxed, modern vibes. Mid-century architecture and vintage details are enhanced with luxury amenities like Tomorrow Sleep luxury mattresses and high-end linens from Hill House Home in collaboration with the hotel.
The interior design takes its inspiration from the surrounding beach and ocean, and the property’s artwork was specially curated by Fiore Brown.
Accommodation options include standard, deluxe, suite, and accessible rooms. Each room features an Android tablet and stocked minibar, and some have a private patio or balcony boasting partial or full ocean views. Designer toiletries enhance the relaxation and pampering you’ll experience at this property.
Price: From $428 per night
A luxury oceanfront resort surrounded by dunes and just steps away from the Atlantic, MARRAM features a simple and elegant design meant to accentuate the natural beauty surrounding the hotel.
Rooms were designed specifically to provide the ultimate in comfort and relaxation. Room and suite categories include beachfront, oceanview, courtyard, and dune.
Amenities in each room include a Noguchi light sculpture made from oak, Le Labo bath amenities, Frette towels, Frette percale cotton sheets, and an ultra-cozy mattress from Tuft & Needle. Some rooms offer direct access to the resort’s amazing lounging areas, which feature fire pits for cool summer nights.
Fine dining is available at MOSTRADOR MARRAM, helmed by celebrated restaurateur Martin Pittaluga and Chef Fernando Trocca.
Montauk is a pristine natural area that has plenty to offer to any type of traveler, and any of the boutique properties on this list will enable guests to take advantage of all that this beautiful part of Long Island has to offer.
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