East Hampton Point Inn

295 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, NY, 1193
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  • Couples100
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Travel Tips for East Hampton

To Be In The Game You Must Play The Game

by GoodGirl16

It doesnt matter what kind of bags you have but people would definently check out your stuff. A good piece of advice to know is, when vacationing in The Hamptons, anyone who is anyone dresses and acts like they are someone. Now of course you dont have to listen to me, but if you want to be let into the high end clubs, or mingle with others from your opposite sex, trust me if you remember this one simple rule, you know everything you need to know...dress like success... Anything designer or something that resembles designer...if you dont own anything that designer i highly recommend that you pick up the latest copy of Vogue or Hamptons' Gotham and start taking what the women and men in those mags are...models, and use your traveling skills and adapt QUICK! In The Hamptons?!?! Please...even the servants quaters have the nicest possible toiletries from Paris or God knows where! Ant camera will do..or you can do what the rich people do any hire your own personal staff of photographers...for just a coulple hundred bucks they'll get the job done..but why stop there?! ...for a few extra thousand they'll also be your personal slaves! If you like Camping the best place to go in The Hamptons is Ceder Point with out a doubt. Its a lot of fun and my friends from Germany and i used to rent out a camping spot for a night and have the best bon fires and walks on the beach. But if your a beachy kinda person there are so many beaches to choose from its all depending on your style. And beleive me, its not hard at all to find the nearest beach...all you have to do is follow all the traffic. You may think im joking but just you wait until you come to The Hamptons, you'll be regretting you didnt go to some seculded island in Fiji. Everything is terribly expensive here...i think this is the only place where they serve an ice cream cone for $5 and a bottle of water for $3.

East Hamptons

by magdalena2007

East Hampton is on the tip of Long Island in New York. Less than three hours away from Manhattan. It is a beautiful location and it is home to many celebrities like Seinfeld and Puffy (or what ever his name is now-a-days). There are many beautiful Bed and Breakfasts to stay at and couple of motels on the main road. The Hamptons has a ton of wineries which are always fun as long as you like wine and have a taxi to drive you back to your hotel. There are houses that look like castles with separate entrances for guests and service. Many with private roads. The town is very rich and chic, and sometimes you come along a person that will definitely make you feel like you do not belong there because your diamond is a bit too small. (Hypothetically speaking). The summers are the busiest and after Labor Day things calm down. There are a lot of families that come to their Hampton homes for the entire summer. It is very family oriented with a large young crown.

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Plagued by Cars

by ellenjoh

"The Hamptons are toooo crowded"

the place is beautiful....until everyone tries to get here at the same time. Then you will be sitting on 27 for hours and hours. We desparately need better mass transit but our local railroad is 35 years behind. However the train is the best way to get here. Also you can't get to the beaches with your car. Bike, walk or take taxis are the best way to go. Even locals can't get to the beach if they don't leave by 10 am. Forget weekends. You are better off going to Jones Beach. Better amenities, better mass transit and much more fun.

Great Autumn Esacpe

by cup0joe

I love the area of Long Island closest to the points. The changes dramatically as you drive from West to East. The late summer into autumn is particularly lovely as the scrub bushes turn auburn, the bark of the sand pines are highlighted.

The ocean is amazing as well. On the South Shore the beach literally goes on forever. Unfortunately, the beaches are fronted by multimillion-dollar homes and clubs, access is difficult in most places. Parking permits are required and strictly enforced in summer.

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