The best new resorts and remodeled hotels in Hamptons
The long-awaited renovation of the old Montauk Yacht Club is the booziest news on the East End. Debuting Memorial Day weekend, the 107-room property will have all of the bells and whistles of a full size hotel: three pools, a kids’ club, a private beach, a crackerjack concierge group, a small number of restaurants including the Jeremy Blustein-helmed Showfish, where the majority of the bounty is sourced within a 20-mile radius along with a 232-slip marina, the biggest in the Hamptons. Construction on the loyalty of regulars of another Gurney’s retreats, Gurney’s Star Island will offer free shuttles into the Montauk location and a not-so-free seaplane and yacht charter support in the brand’s Newport, RI, land. Expect a crowd sipping from the pool, and celebs hiding behind sunglasses that are oversized From 350 dollar.
Topping Rose was the yearlong hotel in Bridgehampton when it arrived in, and it remains. With 22 rooms set in a residence, the resort has evolved to incorporate a gym, a Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant and spa plus a group of fishing guides. This summer, the resort is partnering with Château de Berne the Provence wine collection to celebrate National Rosé Day on June 8, in addition to with Veuve Clicquot to pop corks during the Fourth of July pool party. Already got plans there is another Bastille Day Champagne celebration on July 14. Where DJs bring a sound back to the Hamptons, the owner might gasp during weekend brunches. From 495 dollar since, the Southampton Inn has been kicking off in Claude’s with brunch, brides in tulips and veils to pop against the grassy grounds.
This year, the 21st season starts with the Indy Lit Summer Reading Series Wired writer Clive Thompson will talk about the electronic multiversity on followed by the Penang hotel resort’s annual Sunday barbecue, and fancy-free rides at the beloved polka-dot bus to neighboring Coopers Beach. Make sure to ask one of the guest rooms that are recently refurbished and also have a go on volleyball court or the croquet lawn. Splash the afternoon from the pool that is heated off. From 325 dollar this stay sits only two miles from the shore, and its layout provides, while it a motel. Created by art collector Lucy Swift Weber and her spouse Charles Lemonades brother of Almond proprietor Eric, the boutique hotel, which opens this May, takes inspiration from a towering alee of redwoods planted by Martha Stewart daughter Alexis was the first owner.