This Stylish Boutique Hotel in the Hamptons Embraces the Fall Season

While it’s no secret that the Hamptons are a summertime haven for New Yorkers, the alluring seaside towns and boutique hotels that come with it don’t always close down when cooler temperatures arise. Since its opening in 2009, The Reform Club in Amagansett will remain open throughout the holiday season, inviting guests to see a different side of East Hampton.

Nestled within five acres of meticulously landscaped gardens, The Reform Club showcases classic Cape Cod-style exteriors and coastal-inspired interiors, establishing an elegant beachfront ambiance. Its seven suites and three private cottages boast dark hardwood floors, white wainscot walls, wood-burning fireplaces, and oversized marble bathrooms, making these ever-so-cozy accommodations during crisp mornings. 

For guests seeking more privacy, the 21 House is a sprawling four-bedroom home that epitomizes quiet luxury. The entrance, adorned with an ivy trellis, leads to polished interiors featuring soaring cathedral ceilings and a pristine, bright white kitchen swathed in bespoke contemporary artwork, which adds a homey appeal. A lavish ensuite bathroom sporting spa-like amenities and elegant floor-to-ceiling marble and tile accompanies each stylish bedroom. 

Emphasizing the upcoming festive season, guests can book the 23 Fireplaces at 23 Windmill Lane until November 30th for that much-needed long weekend getaway. Snuggling up to one of the inn’s 23 fireplaces with a good book, a board game, or a morning cup of coffee is encouraged here. For extra planning time, consider the Coastal Winter Retreat Package featuring festive room decor and illuminated outdoor spaces at one of the expansive outdoor spaces called The Orchard.

During their stay, guests start each morning with a continental breakfast, including coffee and croissants by the fireplace or juice and fresh fruit in their private outdoor space. When collaborating with local chefs and partner restaurants, an elevated dining atmosphere is tailored to guests’ preferences. And there’s always a fully-stocked kitchen when excursions to the beach require grab-n-go snacks for a shorefront picnic.

If letting go of summer in the Hamptons is too tricky, then booking a weekend vacation during autumn at The Reform Club is the next best thing.

Starting nightly rate for the fall and winter begins at $850/night.

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