For an all-around top-notch experience, Topping Rose House is the perfect place to stay. Indulge in breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner by Michelin-star chef and owner Jean-Georges. For a self-care experience, take advantage of services such as anti-inflammatory massages and professional facials.
The Surf Lodge is the best spot in the Hamptons for a beachy getaway. Dine over meals made with locally grown ingredients and seafood from the fishing boats of Montauk Harbor along with fresh produce from farms in Long Island before heading to the beach for a day spent seaside.
Shou Sugi Ban House, the Hamptons’ go-to wellness destination, opened a new oasis in Water Mill—Shou Sugi Ban Inn. Adjacent to the main Shou Sugi Ban House property, the intimate five-room (including three suites) bed-and-breakfast offers a private swimming pool and patio. Each dwelling boasts a gas fireplace, Frette linens, a soaking tub or shower and organic Japanese amenities. Guests of the inn also receive priority access to Shou Sugi Ban House’s spa and wellness offerings, including massages, hydrotherapy and more, as well as a daily signature breakfast from the plant-rich culinary program designed by Michelin-starred chef Mads Refslund. Shou Sugi Ban House also added two sumptuous stand-alone residences on the property between itself and the inn, where short-term rentals allow guests to unwind privately in the comfort of a home away from home. 337 Montauk Highway, Water Mill
The quaint colonial yet classy inn that is The 1770 House is the ideal spot for those looking for a cozy weekend in the Hamptons. The 1770 House is intimate and warm with only six guest rooms, and offers top-notch services for each guest.