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The Hamptons hotels

If you haven't booked a hotel reservation for your Hamptons vacation weeks or even months ahead (especially around Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day), finding a hotel room can be daunting. Finding an inexpensive hotel room is even harder: Summer weekend rates at the New England–style inns of Southampton, Sag Harbor, and East Hampton routinely top $500 a night. You'll find the cheapest rates at the funky motels lining busy Route 27 (often within easy driving distance of the most popular villages and beaches). But even there, weekend rates of $350 or more are common; midweek rates can ring in under $250. Note that for weekends from July through Labor Day, three-night minimums have become standard at many hotels. Sleepy Shelter Island, with its B&Bs, galleries, and vast nature preserve, is the best place in the Hamptons for a quiet retreat—with the notable exception of the revved-up Sunset Beach. In anything-goes Montauk, you'll find family-friendly beachside hotel rooms overlooking the dunes and retro roadside motels where the creature comforts haven't been updated in decades. If you're planning to stay for a week or more, try renting accommodations: Again, there are no great bargains to be found, but if you wait until late June—when property owners who haven't yet rented out their houses (or whose rentals have fallen through) start panicking—you may just get a hefty discount. The best trick, however, is to become fast friends with a wealthy Hamptonite who loves houseguests: A weekend visit at a far-flung estate will cost you only some witty repartee and the price of a hostess gift (think orchids or a scented candle).

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c/o The Maidstone, East Hampton

Formerly a creaky bed-and-breakfast, the Swedish-owned Maidstone 2.0 is a serious contender for most appealingly forward-looking hotel in the Hamptons....more

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Sunset Beach, Shelter Island

This stylishly retro Shelter Island property is owned by famed boutique hotelier André Balazs of New York's Mercer, L.A.'s Chateau Marmont, and the...more

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Reform Club, Amagansett

The Hamptons have never been a hotel hotbed, but a few choice properties are emerging amid the 12-foot privet hedges and manicured lawns. The Reform Club, built...more

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Mill House Inn, East Hampton

Occupying an 18th-century house but kitted out with iPod docks and Blu-ray players, the Mill House Inn's ten individually decorated rooms strike an easy balance...more

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Hedges Inn, East Hampton

While not as elegant as Baker House 1650, the Hedges Inn still has a dynamite location and plenty of charm. Settle into a rocking chair on the front porch,...more

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East Hampton Point, East Hampton

East Hampton Point gets high marks for its family-friendliness, resortlike amenities, and proximity to busy Three Mile Harbor. Located a five-minute drive from...more

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Baker House 1650, East Hampton

East Hampton's Arts and Crafts–style Baker House is the most luxurious inn on the East End—and the most expensive. Rates soar to $950 (main house)...more

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Huntting Inn, East Hampton

Despite slightly rickety staircases and a bit of peeling paint here and there, the picturesque 300-year-old Huntting Inn, encircled by a picket fence and shaded...more

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Harborwoods Guest House, Sag Harbor

Savvy Europeans have been in on the Harborwoods secret since this spotless and stylishly modern B&B opened in 2009. Compared with the cluttered,...more

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A Butler's Manor, Southampton

Co-owner Chris Allen worked as a butler for 20 years in the U.S. and Europe; no surprise, then, that he and his wife, Kim, get so many details right at this...more

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