Hotel Highlight: The Maidstone Hotel

Summer is coming to an end, and as it often happens…we are trying to hold onto every bit of the warmer temps and golden summer days.  I really hope you enjoyed all our features that inspire “An American Summer” – and went onto creating memories of your own.  As we wrap up these features, we couldn’t create American Summer content without mentioning the Hamptons! The Hamptons is quintessential Americana and a place many New Yorkers head to for that salty ocean breeze,  farm-to-table eateries, fun parties and vineyard hopping.

Today we are featuring a hotel that knows one thing or two about a chill American lifestyle.  An oasis in the East Hampton, The Maidstone Hotel offers guests luxurious services in an understated environment.  The hotel has 16 beautifully decorated rooms and three cottages and the new design has been described as a “whimsical take on the traditional Americana/Hamptons aesthetic.” It’s the perfect hotel for those looking for more than just a “scene” – it’s tranquil, easy and sophisticated all in one.  Scroll to the end of the page for a quick low-down!


Things to know

What We Loved: Independently owned. Beach Butler Service – yes, that’s right,  they deliver you to the beach with chairs, umbrella, towels and a la carte ordered lunch from the restaurant! How perfect is that?! Oh, and daily yoga in the Garden during the Summer!

Rooms: The 16 rooms + 3 cottages are individually designed – giving you a very personalized feel of a house and not a hotel.

Restaurant:  Executive chef Lichtenstein Lowell is behind the seasonal dishes.  He is a real local to East Hampton and is passionate about sourcing the best produce locally from his vast network of Long Island fishermen and farmers. He will most likely be able to tell you when the fish he is serving was caught, by whom and even the name of the fishing boat.

Location:  The Maidstone Hotel, 207 Main St, East Hampton, NY 11937; +1 631-324-5006 {2.5 hours from New York City}

Suitable for: The dreamers, silence seekers, art and beach lovers.


Thank you to The Maidstone Hotel for providing the images.


1 Comment

  1. Kira
    August 17, 2018 / 1:27 am

    I was just there celebrating my birthday week and I loved it. The place really has a Scandinavian feel to it. Reminded me a lot of when I visited Norway. The hotel staff was very nice and welcoming. I do know the owners but the hotel itself was great. I would recommend everyone visit and taste the yummy dishes they have at their restaurant.

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