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 from the areas of Montauk below. 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.
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.
With the village of Montauk situated right on the ocean beach, any hotel or motel in the village is either on the beach or an easy walk to the beach, and also an easy walk to the village’s many restaurants and shops.
On Montauk’s north side, the harbor area is home to the largest fishing fleet in New York State, both commercial and recreational. It’s also home to shops, restaurants, and hotels and motels.
FORT POND AND fort pond bay
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.
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.
OLD MONTAUK HIGHWAY
Rolling hills rimmed by miles of ocean beach, this part of Montauk known as Hither Hills and Hither Woods has spectacular ocean views, several hotels, motels and restaurants.