| September 12, 2019

5 Best Hotels in the Hamptons

From Stunning Views to Relaxing Spas to Delicious Cuisine, Consider These Five Hamptons Destinations When Planning Your Next Vacation

Wondering where to stay during your next weekend getaway? We’ve got you covered! Choose from one of these amazing hotels—you won’t be disappointed.

Gurney’s Montauk Resort and Seawater Spa

Located in the center of Montauk’s waterfront region, Gurney’s is the only year-round resort in the Hamptons. Hotel guests have access to over 1,000 feet of beaches, with rooms and cottages overlooking the water. Gurney’s has five restaurants and bars ranging from elegant seasonal cuisine to casual fare and craft cocktails. Its critically- acclaimed spa is known for its healing treatments and ocean-fed seawater pool—the only pool of its kind in North America. The Beach Club provides the best beachfront dining service in the Hamptons. Guests can enjoy the Beach Club’s sweeping panoramas of the sparkling Atlantic while sinking their toes into the warm silky sand, marveling at the expanse of the ocean waves, and finding themselves at peace in its harmonious atmosphere.

Mill House Inn

Just a stroll away from the shops and restaurants of East Hampton, this historic home has been converted into a 10 bedroom bed and breakfast and inn that still feels intimate. Mill House Inn has been described as one of the finest small hotels in the world, offering a unique blend of intimacy, comfort, charm, and hospitality. The inn's breakfast menu offers delectable items such as the lobster frittata, and the complimentary 24-hour snack bar is amazing. Where else can you get home-baked cookies and gourmet popcorn at 2 AM while miles away from home?

The Baker House

The Baker House is a beautiful bed and breakfast that features three pools, a spa, and an extensive library for those looking to spend their time cuddled up with a good book. Its historic aesthetic and sense of intimacy make it a perfect wedding venue. The Baker House’s luxurious amenities include multiple spa treatments, such as relaxing massages and facials. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, visitors can enjoy the beach, fine dining, and wander through the Baker House’s on-site gardens. Since each room is uniquely staged and decorated, you will want to make sure to come back to gain a full experience.

Topping Rose House

Topping Rose House brings old and new together through its estate-style design and modern, interior finishes. With sixteen different rooms, the amenities at Topping Rose seem endless — pools, spas, and even town cars are available for guests to be driven around in, thereby ensuring everyone can be properly catered to. Surrounded by exquisite land, Topping Rose is a beautiful venue choice for weddings. The house has a studio that can be used for large corporate meetings, or even to rent out for art galleries and shows. As one of the only full-service hotels in the area, Topping Rose houses one of the more finer dining options in the Hamptons. Jean-Georges restaurant is open year-round, offering rotating menus according to local produce and time of year. Guests are quick to boast about their time at Topping Rose, and the hotel has even been featured in magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar.

Inn at Windmill Lane

The Inn at Windmill Lane offers pleasant cottages and suites that bring together nature and sophisticated living for its guests. The rooms contain original artwork, imported Michelangelo marble, hand-cut tiles, and other unique details. The inn is walking distance from the main street in Amagansett, where you can find boutique stores and sweet little cafes. You can also ride one of the inn’s complimentary bikes to the beach or a vineyard.

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