The Best Hotels in Montauk, New York, for Every Traveler

Come and relax in the sand-hued rooms at the Marram in Montauk, New York
Come and relax in the sand-hued rooms at the Marram in Montauk, New York | Courtesy of Marram Montauk / Expedia
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9 December 2020

Offering an easy-going alternative to the more well-to-do hotspots of the Hamptons, Montauk, New York, sits on the South Fork of Long Island and attracts a young crowd of surfers, foodies and outdoorsy types. Housing them is a diverse selection of hotels, from grand manors to modern beach retreats. Whatever your needs, you’re sure to find something in this collection of the best hotels in Montauk.

Montauk Manor

Independent Hotel, Hotel
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Montauk Manor
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Housed in a beautiful old mock-Tudor manor, this property wears its heritage in style, from the high wooden beams and colonnaded arches of the lobby to the wicker furniture and comfortable farmhouse feel of the guestrooms. Amenities include tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools (so you can enjoy a dip at any time of year), a well-equipped gym and an indulgent spa.

Breakers Montauk

Boutique Hotel, Apartment
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Breakers Montauk
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This cute collection of wooden bungalows might just have some of the best views in the Hamptons: neat green lawns give way to the undeveloped sands of Hither Hills Beach, where passing whales can be seen during the summer. The on-site cafe is the perfect place to pick up a picnic to enjoy along the coast – the blueberry pie is a must-try.

Gurney's Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa

Resort, Spa Hotel
4.2/5 (376 Reviews)
Gurney's Montauk 2
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A rarity among Hamptons hotels given its position right on the beach, Gurney’s features lovely wooden cottages that sit on a grassy hillside leading to the sand. After a busy day of yoga, boot-camp fitness classes and surf lessons on the private beach – or, indeed, of putting your feet up at a beach club cabana – head to the Seawater Spa, which uses the mineral-rich waters of the Atlantic in a range of rejuvenating treatments.
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Free Wifi
Outdoor pool
Concierge Service
24 Hour Front Desk
Bar/Lounge

Hero Beach Club

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
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With beautifully rugged wooden beds and furnishings, woven textiles and wicker chairs, and sublime oceanic photography on the walls, Hero Beach Club is all about bringing the beautiful outside in. Although, with a green garden strewn with sofas and firepits, an outdoor pool and direct access to the white sand of Umbrella Beach, you’ll be spending plenty of time in the great outdoors as it is.

Marram Montauk

Boutique Hotel, Motel
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Marram Montauk
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The grass-tufted dunes of Shadmoor State Park dominate the view from your screen-free, sand-hued room at Marram, decorated by the abstract paintings of New Englander Sean W. Spellman. Group meditation classes help get your morning off to the perfect start, while cruiser bicycles and maps are on hand to help you explore. Come evening, bonfires are lit on the beach for you to enjoy while munching on s’mores and free popcorn as the dusk fades.

The Montauk Beach House

Boutique Hotel, Apartment
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The Montauk Beach House
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This sociable downtown boutique is all about having fun, with DJ-soundtracked cocktail parties, art exhibitions and evenings around the firepit. The arty rooms are great, too, and full of quirky vintage touches. But don’t miss the chance to explore your surroundings: this fork of Long Island has great surfing opportunities at Ditch Plains, a poignant Lost at Sea Memorial near the lighthouse and plenty of trendy bars and restaurants.

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  • Driftwood on the Ocean

    Resort, Apartment
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    Driftwood Resort
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    Basic but comfortable, traditionally decorated studios, each with a private terrace, line a private beach at this laid-back resort. They face east, so get up with the dawn, and you’ll be rewarded with sunrise views over the dunes and grasslands of Hither Hills State Park – then, head over there yourself, to fish, walk in woodlands of olive and oak, or surf the famous breaks of Ditch Plains Beach.

    Ruschmeyer's

    Boutique Hotel, Independent Hotel
    5/5 (1 Reviews)
    Ruschmeyers Hotel
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    Open since 1952, this wholesome hotel has whitewashed, wood-paneled rooms clustered around a green garden dotted with picnic tables and lit at night by atmospheric Chinese lanterns. The restaurant, specializing in Italian cuisine, is a local favorite – try the linguini frutti di mare, with scallops, calamari and mussels. Bikes are available to rent, so you can explore the scenic trails around Fort Pond and the Hither Woods Preserve at your own pace.
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    Free Wifi
    Restaurant

    Kenny's Tipperary Inn

    Budget Hotel, Bed and Breakfast, Inn, Guesthouse
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    Kenny's Tipperary Inn
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    The star attraction at Kenny’s Tipperary Inn is its setting, with the bobbing fishing boats and glitzy yachts of the Lake Montauk Marina on one side and dense greenery on the other. The exotic plants and tumbling waterfall of the hotel’s Zen garden create the backdrop for meditation and aerobics classes, while the rooms themselves are pleasantly traditional in style, with some overlooking the garden from their own balconies.

    The Reform Club

    Bed and Breakfast, Inn, Guesthouse
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    The suites and cottages of the Reform Club are the definition of good taste and feel more like you’re in a private home than a hotel. Wooden blinds open onto neatly manicured lawns scattered with deckchairs, wood-burning fireplaces keep the living rooms snug even in the winter, and bluestone patios offer private places to relax.

    These recommendations were updated on December 9, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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