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Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Vey nice place

Aug 8th, 2020

We went there August 2020, family of 4, stayed for one night, kids enjoyed it. They have heated pool, nice location. In house restaurant not fan, not enough choices. Everybody who works there were very nice. Will go back next year... TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Perfect everything!

Jul 18th, 2020

Our first stay at MBH and it was nothing short of amazing. In the past, we've stayed at Hero, but sounds like the staff has gone downhill after some management changes so we decided to give MBH a go and we're so glad we did! Check-in was a breeze, Adriana was incredibly helpful in getting us in the best room for what we were looking for (a little bit quiet and on the 2nd floor). Our room was perfectly clean, the beds were comfy, I had enough good pillows (I like lots!), and the toiletries were even great (I forgot shampoo/conditioner and my friend didn't have makeup remover). We would have liked a fridge in our room - we didn't need one badly enough to request one - but they do have them! So request it if you want one. The first day we hung by the pool, which was nice and low-key, the water was the perfect temp, we met some other cool people enjoying the sun and ordered salads and a couple of rounds of drinks. We connected with Yani who not only gave us great dinner recommendations, he also called ahead and made reservations for us... while everyone else had to wait 2 hours for a table. SCORE! (Duryea's... so good). Our last day we didn't have a flight until late in the day, so we checked out at 11a and Adriana kindly held our bags in storage -- when we got back later, we were able to rinse off and change before our flight. Check out was easy. I'm really happy we were able to get a room at Montauk Beach House - we'll definitely be back. Great location, too - walking distance to down, the beach, Joni's - everything!!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Location Location Location

Jul 3rd, 2020

Location is great, walk across the street to ocean as well as anywhere you want In town. Room was ok, small for a family of four. No mini fridge, which is ridiculous for anywhere in Montauk. May be the only hotel in town without them. If you are staying for an extended stay (2 plus nights) it’s a nice accommodation. It’s hard to find a place to stay in Montauk where you will find a great nights sleep. TMBH, regardless of its positive vibes, good service, and tasty drinks/food made sleeping a hard task. I don’t blame the hotel I just think the concept of consideration for others is a lost art. I do wish they gave out the number for after hours security upon arrival, would’ve been handy to have. Walls are thin so request an upper level room if you can. Pool area inside hotel is probably the nicest in Montauk with restaurant and bar service. At night it’s lit up with fire pits and is a really cool atmosphere. If you decide to stay bring your wallet ( and mask ) and earplugs and you will be all set! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Excellent family trip

Jul 3rd, 2020

Took advantage of another Travelzoo deal and went for 3 weekdays. Adrianna from reception was courteous and professional from my first email in May for reservations and help meet our accommodations. Also, she and her team were quick in our text responses ! Thank you Adrianna and another girl for helping me checkin on Monday June 8! MTK beach house is not located right by the beach - although their pool/bar atmosphere totally made up for it. As you arrive - go on South Elmwood Ave- that’s where their main checkin house is located. Park anywhere on the pebbles on south Elmwood. I would not park around by where the artwork is placed because it is usually abandoned at night and subject to town rules. As you go into their “lobby” it is a very woodsy welcoming feel with a few chairs for relaxation. All staff had face masks on. Checkin was a breeze mostly because all forms were e-signed before arrival. Our accommodations were met and handed two keys to the room. Front office hours are open from 8am to 11pm. After that there is no reception staff onsite but you can text them for any problems. Next to checkin there is a small cafe that serves left hand coffee(their actual coffee shop is across the street) I believe these two businesses are jointly owned. As you exit the lobby - you will see the bar/restaurant on the right , fire pits in the middle and two pools further down. They have two buildings for rooms. On the left is the whitewater building and in the middle are moonlight. The moonlight is larger and have more amenities. Our travelzoo deal only had whitewater lofts which were all on 2nd floor.(top) I highly recommend top floors for any montauk hotel stay because all are made of wood - and you can hear everything (running water, tv, talking). There is no carpet. But we had a very pleasant and quiet stay . Our top floor room was located by the Easter island statue exit and it was marvelous. Up by the stairs by the corner , you could place a chair and sit and watch the pool. Once you enter in, the bathroom is on the left and on the other side of the room is door to the terrace. The wooden floors were creaky but well kept and obviously vacuumed. The bathroom is small and made smaller because they placed an antique glass case to store towels. The room has a very 1920s feel - lots of copper and bronze. The sink was adequate and drain flowed. There was a hair dryer that worked properly. Toilet had a good flush. Everything was clean. Since Montauk does not have a sewer system, they supply you with toilet disposable bags. One thing you have to note is that the shower is indeed very small. The side facing the toilet is a clear glass and the shower curtain wraps around - but that's a problem because it is blocked in the corner and you wont be able to move it fully to block the water from coming out and wetting the floor. We shifted the shower curtain to face only the front (so if someone is using the toilet the can see you through the glass). Another glaring thing is the shower head is very low. If you are taller than six feet you won't be able to take a shower comfortably. The decor of the shower is very "pipey" and copper is still the theme. There is a large mirror and the shampoo and conditioner was from a name brand (starts with B - could be B&L - looks like WB Mason company). Very refreshing - ginger shampoo, etc. It is true that the water was to be adjusted every 5 minutes when taking a shower or washing hands. It fluctuates from hot and cold but a minor turn from either knob readjusts the temperature. There were a few hooks to hand towels and a small tray in the shower to place the shampoo, etc. On the right side , once you enter the door there is a safe that hangs. It makes a great place to put keys , drinks, etc. Overall, the amount of furniture in the room is limited. There is a foldable rack to place your luggage on the right side. A 2 shelf that you can place stuff , hanging by the TV. There is another "hanger" shelf that you can hang your coats - but the copper hooks are limited. There are no closets. Further down the right side of the room is an antique wooden cabinet that has drawers and a small flat screen TV sits on top. There is a large bottle of hand sanitizer that if you take it - a $100 charge. On the left side under the indoor type air conditioner sits a nice sofa type chair that can be rolled. Behind it is a very large antique mirror. Two small silver steel "chess pawn" like pieces sit on each side of the bed for you to put stuff. We winded up using it as chairs. There is also two complimentary "Water" (smells like coconut water since it uses plant based container). It wasn't bad. The air conditioner worked very nicely. (Remote). One "con" is that the lights are quite dim and not adjustable. There are limited power outlets - and only one extension provided by the bed to power/charge. No phones, but they update you with info via text. No fridge. Bringing food to eat was a chore and we winded up bring the two chairs and "coffee" table from the outside terrace to use when eating. The bed was quite old and very creaky. Getting on or off the bed could wind up waking the people sleeping with you. It was not firm . Otherwise, we managed to sleep without any back problems. The frame is a simple steel wire bed frame. There were two windows , but they are sealed and tinted with white fade. The curtains helped blocked out light and minimal light went through in the mornings. There was a light switch to open the terrace light. Housekeeping had to be reserved in advanced via text. You can request for towels, supplies anytime via text and will be delivered when morning comes. The housekeeping staff looked very friendly. The terrace was very very small - about 12 feet by 2 feet but it was very comfortable to sit. It only overlooks a few buildings and greenery but relaxing and private as a wall blocks out the neighbor view. 2 low backed chairs and one small steel "table" are situated there. The glass "fence" is only bolted to the floor - so I wouldn't go too crazy leaning on it. At this time, there was no more free breakfast but the hotel is situated so close to food. There is a nice Mexican place - Quinchos . Goldsmith's Bagels is nearby. Make sure to make the drive to "LUNCH" famous for its lobster rolls and fried food. The pool was one of the best part of the hotel. There was a more adult pool 3 feet to 8 feet and a kid pool 3 feet to 5 feet. The water was crisp and not over chlorinated. The hotel removed many fabric lay mats to limit the space. If you go around 10am - the pool is not busy. Towels were readily available by one of the entrances. Make sure to pull up the "button" to open the door. The umbrellas were easy to use(put the pin in the hole)There is also another sitting area by the bar that is separated. Walking to the beach is about 2 blocks and took less than 10 minutes. Their website explicitly says that during the weekends it could get loud because they have bands, etc. If you have kids, this is not a great time to bring them if they sleep early. We caught the place at the right time during early June and weekdays - so everything was just perfect - the staff, the hotel , the atmosphere. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Enjoyable getaway!

Jun 30th, 2020

We arrived to stay for the weekend and were immediately impressed by the friendly staff and professional handling of safety and hygiene throughout our time there. The hotel was clean and our room was prepared for us with a surprise bottle of champagne. The pool was amazing, clean, and very peaceful to sunbathe around. The food we ordered inside the hotel was delicious including the chicken caesar salad and mojito to-go. I recommend this hotel if you're looking for somewhere peaceful to spend time but also have access to the surrounding area if you want more activities. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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