The rooms and the grounds are spacious and well kept with plenty of parking.
Oct 20 - Oct 21
Upon entering the Hotel we were very warmly welcomed by Ed who was running the front desk. Wet cute property. Art Deco. GREAT BAR AND RESTAURANT! Amazing service. The waitstaff is very friendly. We were in the main house. Don’t expect a huge rm. expect a cute, cozy room. Almost feels like you’re ...
Oct 27 - Oct 28
The staff was amazing! Incredibly attentive, warm, and personable!
Oct 21 - Oct 22
As a gift for my father's 75th birthday, I booked a two night stay for my parents. The staff couldn't have been nicer and attentive to them. My parent's felt like it was a second honeymoon. They loved everything about the experience. Top notch on every detail.
Oct 21 - Oct 22
I liked the esthetics of the property, however some repairs were needed, (i.e., air conditioner not working properly, front door stuck, as it took much force to open & close and there was about a 3 inch opening in the floorboard before entering the front door, might allow for unwanted visitors.)
Located on the southern tip of Long Island, New York, East Hampton is the trendy “new money” portion of the Hamptons. It’s known as a summer retreat for wealthy families. Celebrities such as Billy Joel, Martha Stewart and Jerry Seinfeld own homes in East Hampton. Find deals on East Hampton hotels, flights and rental cars using Orbitz.com.
Along Main Street in East Hampton, you’ll find two of the town’s most luxurious accommodations: the Mill House Inn and the Maidstone Hotel. The Mill House Inn, a luxury bed and breakfast, features lavishly decorated suites and cottages. Each morning, guests can enjoy a fresh-cooked breakfast, which includes a variety of foods such as eggs, French toast and fresh fruit. The Maidstone Hotel overlooks the town’s pond and features cozy rooms and cottages that are decorated with Swedish antiques and equipped with state-of-the-art technology. If you’re traveling to East Hampton during the summer season, you can expect to pay between $450 and $995 per night for your accommodations. Staying in East Hampton gives you easy access to the most popular beach on the island. Main Beach is known for its pristine beauty, white sand and calm surf. It’s the ideal spot for a picnic lunch and people watching. East Hampton is also the place to stay if you love to shop. You’ll find Tiffany’s, Coach, Polo and other upscale shopping venues in East Hampton.
Southampton is known as the “old money” portion of the Hamptons, and it’s a great place to stay if you want to immerse yourself in the town’s history. The 1708 House offers four 18th-century-styled rooms. These rooms feature the original wood flooring, four-poster beds and clawfoot bathtubs. The Southampton Inn is a good choice for people vacationing with children. The resort-style inn features a pool, tennis courts and a children’s play area. It also has a complimentary shuttle that takes guests to and from the beach. You’ll find plenty of places to explore in Southampton. You can spend the day browsing antique shops, visiting the Southampton Historical Museum or touring the Old Halsey Homestead.
If you’re looking for cheaper accommodations, stay in Montauk. The Harborside Resort Motel and the Sunrise Guest House are both reasonably priced; you can expect to pay between $110 and $295 per night. Located on the island’s southern tip, Montauk is known as the “sport fishing capital of the world” because many of the world-record fish where caught off its shores. If you enjoy outdoor activities, like fishing, horseback riding and boating, Montauk is a great choice. Other attractions at Montauk include the Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum and the Whaling Museum.
Whether you want to mingle with the rich and famous, relax on white sandy beaches or spend the day surf fishing, you’ll find plenty of things to keep you busy in the Hamptons. Use Orbitz.com to find East Hampton hotels and vacation packages that fit your budget.