HAMPTONS & MONTAUK TRAVEL GUIDE

Summers in NYC can be a little, shall I say it, sweaty. While I love sunset rooftop cocktails and getting lost in Central Park, there’s no better summertime feeling than escaping to The Hamptons & Montauk. The morning seafood catch, homemade ice cream, big ocean waves, rosé on the beach, what's not to love about this Long Island paradise?

 


Montauk Style Essentials

The Hamptons & MONTAUK

STAY   ·   DO   ·   SHOP   ·   EAT   ·   DRINK

WHERE TO STAY
The best boutique hotels to soak up sand, sun, and sleep in The Hamptons & Montauk.

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WHERE TO SHOP
Discover East Hampton's chicest boutiques and new season pop-up shops.

WHERE TO EAT
Treat your taste buds to just-caught seafood, lobster rolls, and homemade ice cream.  

WHERE TO DRINK
Sip on rosé in the heart of a vineyard or kick back ice-cold Coronas on the waterfront.

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WHAT TO DO
Discover the best beaches for surfing, what to see on The End, and more...

DESTINATION SNAPSHOT

Currency $ USD
Closest Airport Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) via Domestic Travel and John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) via International Travel
Ground Transportation It's generally best to have a car, but you can easily get to The Hamptons + Montauk via The Hampton Jitney.
Languages Spoken English. The Hamptons + Montauk (and the New York Tri-State area) is generally quite educated and affluent. While some people speak Spanish, French, and Italian, among other languages, I wouldn't suggest it's very common to have multiple conversations outside of English.