FEATURED Places to Stay in Montauk

Montauk has more hotels and motels than any other Suffolk County destination. Some are small family owned establishments, others luxury resorts. Now that the summer season is over, many hotels and motels offer off-season specials. Check with each hotel for off-season rates and promotions.

Montauk’s season is generally defined as the last weekend in June to Labor Day weekend. However, most businesses begin to open in April and May, and many do not close until November or December.

For information about lodging, select an area of Montauk listed in the main navigation. All hotels, motels, and B&B’s in that area are listed. Download the Montauk map to view the location of these areas in Montauk.

West of town the undulating Old Montauk Highway is flanked by bucolic Hither Hills and Hither Woods neighborhoods on one side (north), and wide, beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches on the other (south). Great views and wide, sandy, uncrowded beaches abound here.

421 Old Montauk Highway
Spectacularly situated, charming cottage complex amidst undulating, manicured grounds directly across the street from the beautiful Hither Hills beach. Twelve cottages with kitchens, ocean views, A/C, and log-burning fireplaces. There is a pool, gardens and lots of lawn space. Open all year. Lenhart’s has a loyal following of returning guests and pets.

170 Old Montauk Highway  
A spectacular location right on a stretch of secluded ocean beach. Seventy units with pool, tennis, kitchen, and A/C. Studios and suites, all with private terraces overlooking the ocean. April thru October.

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Main Street is just three blocks away from the ocean beach. All the hotels, motels and inns are an easy walk to many of Montauk’s restaurants, shops, bars and nightlife. Many activities take place on the Village Green, within the circle, especially during the summer.


21 Surfside Avenue  
Located right on the ocean and a short walk to the village, the stylish, family friendly Atlantic Terrace features 97 units with terraces or balconies, efficiencies and suites. Amenities include A/C, wi-fi, a pool, a coffee shop, and a lounging deck. Open May–October.

71 S Emery Street
The family-friendly Sands is just 75 feet to the ocean beach and boasts a 50’ pool. The 42 units include studios, efficiencies, and deluxe 2 1/2 room suites with full kitchens and private ocean view balconies, and a two bedroom newly renovated cottage, all with wi-fi and A/C. Open April–November.

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Fort Pond, a large freshwater lake, spans a distance from the village north to Fort Pond Bay, which is a large bay on the Long Island Sound side of Montauk. Several hotels and restaurants rim the lake and also the bay, and the Montauk Manor sits on a high hill overlooking it all.


236 Edgemere Street
Historic, grand building with a beautiful vaulted rotunda and old-world character on a 12-acre hill with views of Gardiner’s Bay and Block Island Sound. One of Montauk’s most storied structures. Ample parking on site with shuttle bus services. 140 studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartments with indoor and outdoor pools, tennis, kitchens, A/C, and wi-fi. A restaurant on premises serves guests and the public. Open all year.

51 Edgemere Street
Eleven newly decorated suites and duplexes, all with private balconies overlooking Fort Pond with A/C and kitchenettes. It’s a quick walk to the village and ocean beaches. Restaurant and bar on premises. No children or pets. Open all year.

90 Second House Road
Sole East is a hip spot with a stunningly beautiful courtyard containing a full-service restaurant and lounge, swimming pool and expansive lawn with mature trees and landscaping.  Entertainment and weekend pool parties feature in season. 60 renovated rooms, one bedroom suites, and 7 garden suites. Heated pool, gardens with wood-burning fire pits, wi-fi, IPOD docking stations. Popular for receptions and wedding parties. Pets welcome. May thru October.

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Montauk Harbor, on the north, or bay side, of Montauk, has restaurants near the water or docks, upscale shopping, and is home to many of Montauk’s charter, party, and commercial boats. the harbor area is home to the largest fishing fleet in New York State, both commercial and recreational. Whale-watching tours, ferries to Block Island and New London, and sunset cruises originate here.

371 West Lake Drive
Twenty-seven tastefully decorated air conditioned rooms, studios and suites, with kitchenettes, and wi-fi. Amenities include a pool and tennis courts. A short distance to Montauk Harbor. Open March–December.

3 Star Island Road
Located on the water in the Harbor, 34 units from poolside bedrooms to Harbor-side apartments, offering air conditioning, wi-fi, a pool, and BBQ. Snug Harbor is also a full-service marina. Pets allowed in some units. Open March–November.

10 Wells Avenue
Friendly small motel with 7 units equipped with full kitchens, flat screen TV, wi-fi, A/C. Grounds have BBQs, a putting green with mini golf course, play area and room to relax. Discount on boat rentals. Open all year.

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Elegance meets a busy fishing port in Lake Montauk. Rimming the southern end are houses and a few hotels, motels, and restaurants, opening up to Montauk Harbor on the north end.

211 East Lake Drive
To inquire about membership call 631-668-5705
Open April-November
On Lake Montauk, a private club with full resort amenities. Members enjoy casual meals at the Skipper’s Grill or waterfront dining at the Captain’s Table; 16 guest rooms for visitors and guests; a Marina for boats and yachts to 125 feet with full marine amenities; a heated swimming pool, and complimentary kayaks, paddle boats, and sailboats.

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With miles of white sandy ocean beach on the south and parkland to the north this laid back beachy stretch of road between Amagansett and Montauk has several hotels and a few restaurants.

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Hither Hills is a New York State Park located right on the ocean. The 153 site campground for tents, motor homes, pop-ups and trailers is very popular during the summer season. The park offers scenic picnic areas and fireplaces, sport fishing, a sandy ocean beach, playing fields, a playground, and acres of wooded lands and dunes with trails to hike. Campsites must be reserved in advance, and there are time limitations during the summer season. For more information, or to reserve a site, click here. Open through November 21.

For more information from a lifestyle and travel blog entitled 15 Best Labor Day Camping Spots, click here.

Suffolk County is responsible for camping at this park. Outer beach camping for self contained campers (NO TENTS) on the Block Island Sound side of Montauk is also very popular. Along with camping, you can hike the miles of trails in this park, bike, canoe, fish, swim, kayak, and enjoy other types of sports. A Green Key Card must be purchased from the county before you can camp at the park.

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