Vogue’s Official Guide to The Hamptons

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With quaint, spacious cottages, an idyllic pool, and a tennis court, EHP Resort in East Hampton Springs checks all the boxes for a leisurely weekend in the Hamptons, and then some: their on-site, waterfront café serves up some seriously strong iced coffee and perfectly flaky croissants. If you’re looking for a heartier meal overlooking the harbor, you’re in luck—Si Si, a full service (and stunning) restaurant is on site. –Elise Taylor

Topping Rose is a beautiful B&B in Bridgehampton with a lovely restaurant on the ground floor. The perfect place for summer birthday dinners and celebrations. -Alexandra Macon

After many afternoons turned late evenings and Sunday “Fundays” at The Surf Lodge, I recently had the pleasure of staying over at the hotel for the first time. It gave me a newfound love for its buzzy music and bar scene. I enjoyed a peaceful breakfast on the patio, explored Montauk on yellow and white beach cruisers, and took a power nap in the room’s hammock just before getting ready for dinner and the musical acts of the night. -Madeline Fass

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Set right off of Amagansett’s Main Street, The Roundtree is also not your typical see-and-be-seen Hamptons resort. There’s no bar, restaurant, cabanas, or even lobby. The main draw? The Roundtree’s set of charming cottages, framed by leafy bushes and flanked by pleasant purple flower pots—and their scrumptious complimentary breakfast, served on their rolling lawn. -Elise Taylor

Done properly, the Hamptons should be restorative. But when you are in need of some extra self-TLC, consider Shou Sugi Ban House, located between Southampton and Watermill. Its name refers to the Japanese art of preserving wood by charring it with fire—a metaphor of sorts to the restorative offerings. The food is by Noma co-founder Mads Refslund and the activities (yoga, meditation, hydrotherapy spa treatments) are all designed to send you back to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and beyond feeling like your best self. Best of all (in my opinion) is the Houses’s design—a harmony of nubby oatmeal blankets and cedarwood elements. -Lilah Ramzi

When I stayed at Marram Montauk, owner Atit Jariwala described its vibe as “barefoot luxury.” That pretty much sums it up—this impeccably designed boutique hotel, nestled within the dunes, is perched right upon the Atlantic Ocean. Take a yoga class in the courtyard, and then indulge in some fresh seafood from their café, Mostrador Marram. -Elise Taylor

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