The Best Hotels With a Pool on Long Island, New York City

When you're headed to Long Island, opt for a hotel with a pool
When you're headed to Long Island, opt for a hotel with a pool | Courtesy of Hero Beach Club / Expedia
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21 December 2020

Whether you prefer penthouses and presidential suites or stripped-back motels, every traveler wants one thing from their hotel: a pool. If you’re headed to Long Island – whether you’re coming from New York City or freshly landed at JFK or LaGuardia – we’ve done the groundwork to ensure you won’t be left high and dry. Dive into these awesome hotels on Long Island with pools.

The Vanderbilt

Chain Hotel, Luxury
Vanderbilt Hotel
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If the Vanderbilt, in Westbury, feels like a luxurious apartment complex, that’s because it is. It does, however, also have hotel suites, and guests get access to the same five-star amenities as residents. Even with a single night’s stay, your children can have hours of fun in the special playroom while you sit by the fire in the library with a good book. A dip in the outdoor pool is a must after a yoga class in the aerobics studio and before a game of billiards in the entertainment room. Ready to eat? At the Roosevelt Field Mall, a 15-minute drive away, there’s Italian, Mexican, modern Asian – and much more.
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The Garden City Hotel

Garden City Hotel
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There’s a distinguished yet down-to-earth appeal to Long Island’s Garden City Hotel. Despite its contemporary appearance, the red-brick building has a timeless charm, right down to the elegant clocktower. This nearly 300-room hotel is ideal for the dining aficionado: a table in the Red Salt Room will make you feel like you’re staying at an exclusive resort – particularly if you order the fresh Maine lobster – or down steak frites and martinis at the King Bar.
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Allegria Hotel

Allegria Hotel
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You’d think Long Island would have plenty of luxury oceanfront hotels, but alas, Allegria Hotel stands alone. To up the ante, it’s also got a rooftop pool and lounge serving up fruity cocktails and flavorful snacks. The rooftop also offers great views of the boardwalk, and it’s a perfect destination if you’re interested in fishing, mini-golf, boating, ice skating or even learning the trapeze. They say Allegria Hotel is where the Hamptons meet NYC – we say, judge for yourself.
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Hyatt Regency Hotel

Chain Hotel, Hotel
Hyatt Regency Long Island
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Spending the winter months on Long Island? The business-smart and efficient Hyatt Regency Hotel has a heated indoor pool and whirlpool so you can keep nice and toasty. During the summer months, you’re free to dive into the sun-drenched outdoor pool while working on your tan. Forgot to pack the sunscreen? Tanger Outlet, only 10 miles (16km) away by car, has more than 150 shops where you can find swimsuits, towels and, yes, high-SPF lotions at bargain prices.
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Montauk Manor

Independent Hotel, Hotel
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Montauk Manor
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The impossibly elegant Tudor-revival Montauk Manor is known to induce option trauma among guests: there are simply so many glorious options. Do you spend all day tanning at the heated outdoor pool, enjoy the whirlpool and sauna at the indoor pool, or do both in between massages and facials at the day spa? The answer is that you’re going to have to think it over while lounging under an umbrella on the beach. So much for a stress-free vacation.

Hyatt Place Long Island

Chain Hotel, Hotel
Hyatt Place Long Island East
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You’re bound to get wet when you stay at Hyatt Place Long Island/East End. First of all, it has both an indoor and outdoor pool – absolute godsends after a sweaty summer drive in from New York City. Splish Splash Water Park is only five miles (8km) away if you’re in the mood for water slides, while the Treasure Cove Resort Marina, next to the hotel, has canoes to hop into, right on the river. Alternatively, hit the Long Island Aquarium – and enjoy the life aquatic by proxy.
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  • Hotel Indigo East End

    Chain Hotel, Hotel
    Hotel Indigo
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    Hotel Indigo East End, in Riverhead, is close to literally everything luxe and lavish about Long Island, but it’s the service and setting that’ll make you choose this hotel over a base in the Hamptons. You might be forgoing beaches and wine country – but you’ve got the charming bookstores, cafés and boutiques that lend this East End neighborhood its rhythm. The stunning poolscape, and the buttermilk fried chicken sandwiches at Bistro 72, blend luxury and leisure in the most delightful way, guaranteeing you’ll be back at the first opportunity.
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    Harborfront Inn at Greenpoint

    Independent Hotel
    The Harborfront Inn
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    Close your eyes and envision yourself floating free in a heated pool as you watch sailboats peacefully cruise along the Peconic Bay. Now open your eyes and book a suite at the Harborfront Inn at Greenpoint. This North Fork retreat feels like a quaint bed and breakfast in a small town. You’ll feel the old soul of Long Island wherever you look, especially if you venture into the many boutiques, breweries, wineries and farms that fill this little fishing village. One item to put on your agenda: learning to shuck like a local at Little Creek Oysters.
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    East Hampton Art House

    Bed and Breakfast
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    East Hampton Art House
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    East Hampton Art House has an utterly wonderful 66-foot (20m) pool with a hot tub and waterfall, but this feature is only a single brushstroke of a bonafide masterpiece. You’ll be slack-jawed as you stroll the property, a work of art in itself. Original works by the owners complement the hotel’s lush gardens and new-fashion decor. Should you choose to leave the sauna of your Master Spa Suite, you can visit the on-site studio and watch the resident artists create incredible new pieces.

    Hero Beach Club

    Boutique Hotel, Hotel
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    If you’re expecting the run-of-the-mill beach chairs and umbrellas at Hero Beach Club, you’re in for a treat. The pool area has been custom outfitted with furniture imported from the dreamy Indonesian island of Bali, which makes this tropical oasis unrivaled locally – except by the beautiful landscaping of the garden that connects to Umbrella Beach. The suites are every bit as heroic, with luxury linens, beach chic decor and a neighborhood-inspired minibar in every room.
    These recommendations were updated on December 21, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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