Montauk Manor, with its distinct English Tudor design, overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, Gardiner’s Bay and the Block Island Sound. Back when it opened in 1927, The Manor was the resort location of the rich and famous. The 12-acre property with 200 rooms includes an outdoor and indoor pool, day spa, tennis court, and Italian restaurant, La Fine. Other activities include a golf driving range and putting green, bocci court, shuffleboard, and a barbeque area. Accommodations range from studios to three bedroom suites, making it ideal for families.
Our Editor Loves
- Tennis courts and putting green
- Multi-bedroom suites
- Horse Back Riding
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
by Katelyn T
I stayed at this hotel with my family in a loft suite. The lobby, exterior and grounds of the manor are stunning.The halls and indoor pool area and the suite we stayed in certainly missed the 1920s luxe feel. None the less we were satisfied with our stay as the manor was conveniently located to all activities and restaurants in Montauk and the view from the property is absolutely breathtaking.
This was a last minute Friday night availability. We tried to extend by a further night, however the rate doubled.
While the room was adequate there were zero inclusions. No tea or coffee. Milk for the room was three dollars and only offered begrudgingly.
The staff were generally abrasive and abrupt.
Parking is difficult.
Obviously the management have determined to squeeze the late autumn travelers as most other offerings have closed.