This year, there are too many places on your list, so you’re passing on renting a house in the Hamptons for the summer. But you still need a place to rest your head for your weekends out East. True, you can be a house guest, but you really like running your own show. So, we have the best places to stay in the Hamptons for your quick summer getaways.
You may want to spend the summer off galavanting around the globe. But, that doesn’t mean you’re not also going to fit in some quality time in the Hamptons. Thankfully, there are now some pretty decent places to stay. Exorbitantly expensive, yes, but they get you within reach of the beach for the summer. These are the best hotels in the Hamptons this Summer.
The Hotel: The Roundtree, Amagansett
The Location: Amagansett
The Roundtree is a charming boutique hotel in Amagansett. They have newly renovated rooms that come in a variety of options. Choose between staying in one of their suites, cottages, two bedroom houses, and even a beach house. Each option comes with luxury amenities that will make you feel right at home. Although there isn’t an official restaurant for larger meals they do offer continental breakfast each morning. Considering you are just a few blocks from the beach, The Roundtree makes sure you have all the essentials. Get a complimentary beach parking pass, bike rentals, and beach gear for your days by the sea.
The Hotel: Gurney’s Montauk Resort and Seawater Spa
The Location: Montauk
Gurney’s is known for being right on the beach. It has 158 rooms, suites, and beach cottages that get direct access to the 2,000 foot long private beach. Each of these choices get dramatic views of the ocean. Gurney’s also has a series of scenery restaurants whether it’s Scapetta’s Italian flare, cocktails at The Firepit, American favorites at Tillie’s, or a quick grab and go from OG Coffee and Juice. In addition, Gurney’s has its own beach club with tons of sun-beds for its guests. Besides laying on the beach, play a game of tennis, hit the gym, go on a bike ride, or spend time rejuvenating at their Seawater Spa.
The Hotel: Reform Club
The Location: Amagansett
The Reform Club is a more intimate and quiet experience in the Hamptons. They have seven suites, three cottages, and 21 House, a luxurious four bedroom home. Each option is uniquely its own but all come with luxury amenities that don’t skimp on the decadence. The property, designed with imported marble and outfitted by artisans, also has a stunning art collection. Their concierge service will make your stay effortless whether it’s ordering your favorite dinners, picking up your groceries, or driving you around in their SUV. Additionally, their spa has a variety of treatments in either sixty or ninety minute sessions.
The Hotel: Shou Sugi Ban House
The Location: Water Mill
Shou Sugi Ban House is a thirteen room retreat with a luxury spa and a diverse wellness program. The room accommodations include a soaking tub, fireplace, outdoor patio, and organic Japanese amenities. You also get access to daily movement and meditation sessions, the saltwater swimming pool, library, lounge, solarium deck, and cherry orchard. The Shou Sugi Ban Inn is a historic five room bed and breakfast. It is a short walk to the main property that is connected by a private pathway. For Dining, Shou Sugi Ban House has a plant-rich culinary philosophy and program designed with Michelin starred chef, Mads Refslund, co-creator of the legendary restaurant Noma. The wellness program has an extensive menu of sessions to choose from that spans multiple categories of healing. The Shou Sugi Ban Spa includes saunas, steam rooms, plunge pools, and hydrotherapies.
The Hotel: A Room at the Beach
The Location: Bridgehampton
A Room at the Beach is a ten room boutique hotel located in Bridgehampton. It was transformed from a motel into a luxury outfit that gives off a more personal atmosphere. Each room is decked out in some of the most luxurious amenities like personal nespresso machines or soaking tubs. Although they aren’t directly on the beach they do give out beach parking passes on a first come first serve basis in addition to free bike rentals. Take a dip in the pool, lay out on their beautiful lawn, or hop into the sauna. In addition, guests can enjoy free yoga classes every Saturday on their lawn. There is no restaurant at the hotel but it’s located close to many different dining options in town.
The Hotel: Baker House 1650
The Location: East Hampton
Baker House 1650 markets itself as the most exclusive bed and breakfast in the Hamptons. It has the atmosphere of an old English manor with enchanting gardens and its own infinity pool out back. Each of their rooms has its own personality and decor so it’s important to look through them all before deciding on what suits you best. They range in size from 250 square feet to 860. Some have their own fireplace while others have sunny terraces. Baker House also has a state of the art spa facility with plenty of rejuvenating treatments and revitalizing options like a jacuzzi, sauna, steam shower, and more. For dining you get a complimentary breakfast and recommendations for where to find lunch and dinner.
The Hotel: East Hampton Point Resort and Marina
The Location: East Hampton
This resort is set on nine acres of waterfront land that includes its own marina. East Hampton Point Resort and Marina is inspired by the ethos of the Mediterranean. Its suites and cottages have luxury amenities and private balconies, backyards, or patios to take in nature. Bon Giorno is their Italian bakery and espresso bar perfect for the mornings. Si Si is a more elegant option that serves coastal Mediterranean fare with views of the harbor. In addition, Sunset Harbor at EHP is their Japanese restaurant on the waterfront. Guests can also design their own boat charter with whatever stops you want to make along the way. Or, if you have a yacht of your own you can park it at the Marina depending on availability.