Welcome A hampton’s treasure renewed

In 2020, after a meticulous renovation, The Roundtree™ opened its doors in Amagansett. With 14 rooms, our luxury boutique property pays homage to Amagansett’s historic farmsteading legacy with nature-inspired details that embody the spirit of this idyllic destination.

Awards

The Stella Awards

Bronze Medal for Best Décor and Design in the Northeast Region

Travel + Leisure

  • #2 Top 10 Resorts in New York State
  • #5 Top 15 Resorts Hotels in Continental US
  • #41 Top 100 Hotels in the World

Travel + Leisure

It list winner 2021

In the Media

...feel as if they’re spending a few nights in their second home, which explains the warm and utterly cozy interiors. Each guest room is outfitted with wide-plank hardwood floors, a perfect backdrop for the abundance of white furniture accented in natural wood...

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As part of my due diligence, one night I asked several guests what they thought of the property. “It’s my favorite place I’ve ever stayed out here,” one said, summing up the general consensus.

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...it was like a stay at an upscale boutique hotel with excellent service and an ambiance of being at a treasured friend's home who goes out of her way to be hospitable and has fantastic taste.

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Once you slip down the gravel driveway, you are immersed into a lush, private paradise. The feel is completely residential — as if a friend with impeccable taste lent you their Hamptons hideaway for a few days (or weeks — you won’t want to ever check out). It’s all best described as quiet luxury. It’s like Aman opened in the Hamptons.

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...chicly updated, classic New England look and private cottages, each with their own entrance...Set on two acres, the back lawn is the place to relax on lounge chairs and day beds.

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Now this is what people with country houses do on the weekends! It’s set on two acres and you can play games on the lawn or simply read a book. The beach is a mile away too, but you might be too caught up in afternoon tea to pull on your suit.

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It's like Aman opened in the Hamptons. – Editor-in-Chief, Avenue Magazine
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Architectural Digest

The Best Hamptons Hotels and Homes to Book This Summer

For a four-star hotel experience, head to The Roundtree. The interiors are warm and inviting, much like staying in a friend’s home without sacrificing any privacy. Guests have the option to take their stay to the next level—the pet-friendly boutique hotel offers exclusive experiences like a private docent-led tour of the Parrish Art Museum, custom winery tours, a day-long walking tour of Amagansett, beach bonfires, cooking classes, priority reservations at the Montauk Downs State Park Golf Course, and more. At the end of the day, wind down with some s’mores at the hotel’s firepit.

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Conde Nast Traveler

What’s New in the Hamptons This Summer

The Hamptons has long been renowned as a destination that’s both low-key and high-end, where sophisticated New Yorkers escape for some fun in the sun. One of the most notable additions is the Main House at The Roundtree: a two-level, 2,200 square foot home. Also available is a four-bedroom Beach House located a short distance away in the Amagansett Dunes.

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Crain Currency

… in Amagansett is The Roundtree, a boutique hotel complete with standard and deluxe rooms, suites and studio cottages as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom cottages, large enough for families. The hotel is known for its understated luxury — offering complimentary amenities like afternoon tea and cookies, beach essentials, and bikes and a "beach buggy" transport service running from the hotel down to Atlantic Avenue and Indian Wells beaches between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

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GOOP

The Hamptons Guide

The Roundtree may be a newish addition to the Hamptons’ hotel scene, but the building itself dates back to the 17th century. Every detail at this meticulously restored property is a nostalgic nod to what we all imagine the Hamptons was like way back when. Traditional clapboard, working fireplaces, brown shingled barns, and a proper s’mores station come nightfall all contribute to a laidback, comfortable vibe. Choose between suites or cottages of various sizes (ideal for those vacationing with kids), take advantage of walking to dinner, and chill.

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