The 9 hottest Hamptons hotels to visit in summer 2021

Unprecedented sky-high costs and a severe lack of stock have made it a frightening course of to discover short-term Hamptons properties this summer, however that doesn’t imply you will have to be shut out of the East End expertise.

Updated and expanded hotels shall be prepared in time for this summer’s season.

Below are a few of the most inviting.

It’s simply steps to the sand from the Montauk hipster lodge at 626 Montauk Highway that’s launching a wellness program for visitors this 12 months.

Among the courses supplied from studios reminiscent of Forward Space, Sky Ting and DanceBody are yoga, Pilates and sculpt.

Rooms, from $450 up to $2,200, vary from studios to three-bedroom suites, and there’s a giant, heated pool.

Interior of Journey East Hampton.
Journey lodge — at 490 Pantigo Road in East Hampton — provides rooms from $385 to $975 per night time.
Journey East Hampton

You may really feel such as you did rating a house rental at this 25-room boutique lodge nestled between East Hampton and Amagansett, with its residing room-style foyer, comfortable rooms, Frette linens, and manicured lawns with lounge chairs, heated saltwater pool and firepit. For that additional little bit of privateness, get considered one of three cottages with their very own porches.

Exterior of Gurney's.
Gurney’s — at 290 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk — provides rooms from $650 to $5,200 per night time.
Gurney’s Resorts

The legendary Montauk oceanfront resort has been frequently renovated and upgraded over the previous couple of years. This month, three luxe cottages are being unveiled, every with two king rooms, three loos, a den, front room and hearth. There can even be six contemporary suites and 4 new rooms, in addition to bungalows by the water serving mild bites and cocktails, curated by stylish occasion planner Jung Lee. Gurney’s glass-enclosed saltwater pool is open once more this summer, and a brand new 30,000-square-foot spa shall be prepared in the autumn.

EHP — at Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road in East Hampton — provides rooms from $900 to $3,000 per night time.
EHP Resort and Marina

One of the perfect sundown views on the East End is a spotlight at this 5-acre property on Three Mile Harbor that was bought by hedge funder Heath Freeman and can reopen Memorial Day. In addition to 4 suites and 13 cottages, EHP can have a pool and tennis courtroom together with a health middle and dawn yoga courses. Former Gurney’s chef Dane Sayles will open a Mediterranean restaurant, Sisi, in addition to an Italian bakery and waterfront lounge. Boat lovers will get pleasure from yacht-watching from the property’s 58-slip marina.

Exterior shot of the Chequit.
The Chequit — at at 23 Grand Ave. in Shelter Island Heights — provides rooms from $450 to $1,200 per night time.
The Chequit

Shelter Island’s 150-year-old, 35-room lodge, which sits on Dering Harbor, is being lovingly rebuilt by Stacey Soloviev, who’s bringing in designer Glen Coben (Carbone, Del Posto) and acclaimed Greenport, LI, chef Noah Schwartz to assist. This summer, one of many three buildings on the property, which has 11 rooms, shall be prepared to welcome visitors. Although there’ll finally be three eating spots, one informal outside place will serve this 12 months, providing lobster rolls, burgers, salads and preview dishes from the upcoming eating places.

Interior shot of the Southampton Inn.
The Southampton Inn — at 91 Hill St. in Southampton — provides rooms from $305 to $650 per night time.
Southampton Inn

This surprisingly inexpensive resort-style lodge has every little thing an lively individual might need, from tennis and croquet to swimming in the big heated pool. There is a big garden that may characteristic outsized board video games in addition to a meals truckthis summer. There is a pool bar and Claude’s American restaurant on the premises, with loads of different eateries and retailers all a brief stroll away. A shuttle offers transportation to the seaside.

Exterior shot of the Roundtree.
The Roundtree — at 273 Main St. in Amagansett — provides rooms from $695 to $1,895 per night time.
The Roundtree

Set on 2 acres of land in the enchanting village of Amagansett, this stylish 15-room lodge, which opened final 12 months, has an expansive yard splendid for lounging and studying, and is the scene of nightly grilling and s’mores roasting. The seaside is shut by; bikes can be found for touring the world. Roundtree additionally organizes golf packages and takes benefit of its atmosphere by arranging bird-watching and wildlife-viewing excursions. In addition to commonplace rooms, there are one- to three-bedroom cottages.

Exterior of Harpoon House.
Harpoon House — at 136 Main St. in Southampton — provides rooms from $600 to $2,400 per night time.
Harpoon House

Zach Erdem is including a 20- by 40-foot heated pool to his intimate nine-room lodge in Southampton, and also you received’t have to go far for a meal. Apart from being a one-block stroll to the Golden Pear Cafe and Erdem’s widespread 75 Main, it sits immediately above his Mediterranean restaurant Blu Mar and the club-ish sushi spot Buddha Lounge.

A meal setting at Baorn's Cove.
Baron’s Cove — at 31 W. Water St. in Sag Harbor lodge — provides rooms from $550 to $2,000 per night time.
Cape Resorts

The widespread lodge, throughout from the bay and a fast stroll from Sag Harbor’s retailers and eating places, is increasing its pool space with new cabanas and a therapeutic massage tent. There shall be a collaboration with Global Boarding this summer to provide water sports activities. For land lovers, there are tennis courts, bikes and yoga courses. A shuttle takes visitors to Long Beach, and for those who choose not to depart the property, chef Nick Vogel is again this 12 months providing contemporary and inventive fare on the Baron’s Cove restaurant.

The beach at Marram.
Marram — at 21 Oceanview Terrace in Montauk — provides rooms from $490 to $1,400 per night time.
Read McKendree

Surfing classes, yoga and meditation, in addition to guided nature walks, are a part of the enjoyable at this beachfront property. Large home windows make the most of the ocean vistas, whereas open walkways, reclaimed wooden and white-oak partitions and beams give the vibe of a summer cottage in the dunes. There is an on-site, informal Latin American restaurant, Mostrador Marram, in addition to numerous eating places and nightspots to get pleasure from close by.

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