The Montauk Beach House

55 S Elmwood Ave | Montauk, NY  [SEE MAP]Montauk, NY  [SEE ADDRESS]
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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Weekday getaway

Sep 18th, 2019

This boutique hotel was exactly what we expected for our last minute planned getaway. The staff was very welcoming , informative, and friendly. Loved the trendy vibe great music always playing. The fire pits were perfect for when we returned from dinner , had so much fun riding the bikes around town. Would definitely stay here again . TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Montauk Lighthouse

Sep 7th, 2019

We loved visiting the Hamptons! The towns are so cute! We ate and drank our way to Montauk! We stopped at every bakery and winery on the way. The Lighthouse was worth going out to see. We wish were on the beach! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Ok stay. Too noisy

Aug 18th, 2019

Its pretty basic motel style with tiny shower and toilet with no room to put clothes or toiletries. Pool area good. Very expensive for what you get. Dj was playing by the pool. Way too loud. Next time I’ll stay around hamptons I think TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Perfect spot from which to explore Montauk

Aug 16th, 2019

We’d never been to Montauk and I did much research to find an upscale property in town and close to a beach. My family of 4 with kids 16 and 14 recently spent 3 nights during the week at MBH. My daughter looks forward to when she’s a twenty-something and can return with friends to enjoy the much touted weekend party scene. (I am not looking forward to that.) Multiple families with infants up to teens dotted the loungers. The two pools are very nice; the smaller is a figure 8 that’s marked from 2-5 feet and the larger I think 3-9. The pools and property were spotlessly clean. About the size of a nice backyard pool, we sometimes had it entirely to ourselves and it was never too crowded. The loungers are comfortable, poolside service attentive, and food good. We loved the trendy, beachy atmosphere. The small lobby is charming and artfully decorated. I think Tasha was the young woman whom we saw most frequently at the desk. She was gracious and always had a welcoming smile. At check in we were upgraded to a Moonlight room, which we entered from the property interior. If you’ve read reviews, you know this is a renovated motel. Industrially funky decor greeted us in our room with 2 queen beds. My son loved the tub and my daughter the rain shower. The room footprint from the motel’s previous incarnation remains; the bathroom is ridiculously small. We knew that from reviews. We brought a cooler for beverages and a small fan so we could hang and dry bathing suits and towels in our room. I’m a woman of a certain age and I appreciated the Arctic temps the ac provided. I am nutty about cleanliness and MBH exceeded my expectations. Kudos to the cleaning crew. David at the pool was adorable and funny. The only person whose attitude did a disservice to MBH was working the night of August 15. I won’t name her here, but I recommend management speak with her. I’d read in a manager’s response to a review to ask to have a fire pit table lighted. Around 8 pm, I asked the young woman if someone could turn on the gas for us so we could relax and enjoy the property. She told me no one was available to do that for me. Her response was curt and unapologetic. I then mentioned I’d read to ask. She said I could turn the pit on myself if I knew how. That was fine with me. We couldn’t figure out how to do it. I went back in to ask. She didn’t know how either and said no one else was available to help. I could have lived with that. Then she added we “weren’t even supposed to be sitting out there because the cabanas must be rented.” Wow. A. It’s an umbrella, not a cabana by definition B. We were literally the only guests on the property. C. WE WERE GUESTS ON THE PROPERTY. I am always kind and respectful to people until I’m not. I debated teaching her how to speak to people. I can make people cry with my venomous tongue if need be; I decided to not ruin my last night of our mini vacation by semantically eviscerating her. We enjoyed the cabana without using the fire pit. The only other annoyance: the pool is open until 8. At 7 one night we took a swim. The attendant had closed up shop- no towels available. We used our forbidden beach towels. Back to the positives: we loved the lattes and açaí bowls sold in the lobby. The continental breakfast was perfect for us. Croissants, bagels, fruit, yogurt, cereal, and yogurt. Orange juice and coffee. Newspapers. We also had great fun exploring using the hotel’s bikes. Parking was no issue. It’s a 2 minute walk to Kirk Beach and the in-town location was perfect for us. On both sides of our room were families with young kids. We were pleasantly surprised how quiet it was at night. The room was spacious. For longer trips we rent homes bc after a few days in one room, I feel like Jack Nicholson at the end of The Shining. If we return to Montauk for just a few days, we’d for sure stay here again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Cool Vibe

Aug 7th, 2019

Me and my wife definitely enjoyed our stay at this establishment. The rooms were very clean and the decor was cool. Enjoyed the outside bar with the DJ. Will definitely return anytime we visit Montauk. Has a good center location to walk to everything you need to. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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