Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Philadelphia, PA
Old 1960's Two-Story MotelPosted Jul 17, 2015
Pros: It was on a secluded ocean beach.
Cons: Where do I start. First would be maintenance, i.e. the shower rod was rusty, the door knob locked, but I couldn't get it to seat properly - useless.
Location: There's but 1 restaurant anywhere close. Very expensive - a filet $52 a la carte. Lobster - forget about it.
This hotel is really a two-story motel, built sometime in the 1960's and it shows it. It is advertised as a suite hotel. The suite includes a small living room, bedroom, kitchenette, and bathroom. The kitchenette had no glasses, cups, silverware, plates, or anything you'd think a "suite" would include. The air conditioner was a window type next to the bed and was supposed to cool the entire suite. Not a place I'd return to in the future.
for Couplesby Viktoriya from New York, NY, USA
Great for families with kids.Posted Sep 6, 2012
Pros: Beach. Kayaking. Free bottle water.
Location: Great, but remote from restaurants and stores.
Very nice hotel. It is right on the beach. It has semi-private decks (depending where you stay). The provide kayaks for free. As well as water, soda, tea, coffee, snacks. Breakfasts were nice and fresh as well. The only downside is amount of kids....If you are looking for a romantic get away, this might be not the place. It's more of a family resort I guess. When we were staying, there were about 20 kids running around, considering that they are only 17 rooms.
for Familiesby Gail from NY
Quiet little getawayPosted Sep 1, 2012
Great little quiet getaway, beautiful beach, cute town 15 minutes away, friendly & warm atmosphere...definitely going back!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great, informal hotel in the Hamptons.Posted Aug 30, 2012
Location: Right on the beach. Location can't be beat!
Staff is super friendly! Hotel's location right on the beach!
for Familiesby Mark from New York
The right price for what you getPosted Aug 26, 2012
Pros: Free beverages, no cost for parking, free loungers, renovated rooms
Cons: Generally run down otherwise
Location: Not the greatest spot in the Hamptons, waters are rough, but beach is nice
You get a good deal considering this is the Hamptons. Renovated rooms are neat and clean. Good for a small family. Sounds silly but the complimentary soda and water is a nice little perk. Towels, umbrellas and loungers are available too. The general facilities are a little run down, but you've got access to the beach and the staff of younger adults is friendly and not overwhelming. We'd probably go back.
for Familiesby Ed from New York, NY
Great hotel for family/those looking to relaxPosted Aug 21, 2012
Pros: Bonfire on the beach at night with smores. Remote location. On the beach.
Cons: Nothing really. Could have had more food?
Location: Absolutely perfect. Literally on the beach. The Shinnecock bay is at the front door, and a picturesque southampton beach is at the back.
Small quirky hampton's hotel. Off the beaten path; hotel is located on a deserted stretch on dune road. Makes for the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing weekend at the beach. Not a Ritz Carlton, but hotel staff was constantly making sure there were plenty of water bottles around, plenty of ice, and plenty of towels. Also, the fire on the beach and the smores were a really nice touch for the evenings for people unsure what to do. Didn't feel like driving into town at all. This hotel was comfortable, cozy, and relaxing. Also, it's a mom and pap gig, so I felt like I was supporting something by staying here instead of one of the larger hotels.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from New York, NY
Right on the ocean, nothing else like it!Posted Sep 1, 2010
The Hampton Ocean Resort is an undiscovered gem. It's located right on the ocean sand, 20 steps to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The staff is warm and helpful; you don’t have to do a thing as they set you up on the beach with nice wood lounge chairs, thick beach towels, your own stocked cooler, and snacks, lunch, ices, fruit, etc. This is a boutique hotel with only 17 rooms and cottages, and you feel a level of warmth and comfort that you won’t find at a larger facility. There’s a giant wood communal table overlooking the ocean, and you’ll share experiences like roasting marshmallows on the beach at night, kayaking on the bay, etc. It's a combination of a Caribbean island getaway and a 1950’s bungalow experience, with the amenities of modern and clean Hamptons-style rooms. Hotel rates are high in the summer everywhere in the Hamptons because it’s a 9 week season, but there is no such thing in the Hamptons or Montauk as a 5-star hotel. If you need the Ritz and you’re expecting it because you’re paying a lot, you’re better off visiting Manhattan. But for the Hamptons, you get a very nice room with separate bedroom and living room, large decks, white hamptons furniture,and an attention to cleanliness and housekeeping that you’ll appreciate with all the sand and water that your family will be tracking around. It's all-inclusive so you don't need your wallet, it’s everything an oceanfront hotel is supposed to be, relaxing, fun, and you won't want to leave.