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The Hamptons


Day 1


Check In at Hyatt Place East End + Breakfast each morning 

Located on the tip of Long Island’s famed North Fork, this hotel offers easy access to a variety of large regional companies, the county government seat, and a myriad of exciting East End attractions. This waterfront hotel near the Long Island Aquarium is ideal for business and leisure travelers. From 17,000 sq ft of meeting space to indoor and outdoor swimming pools, there is everything you need to make this place your home.

Dinner at Jerry

and the Mermaid

Enjoy a scenic water view, where the river shimmers and the sunset dazzles while your food is prepared to perfection. Welcome to Jerry and the Mermaid, Seaside Clam Bar and Grill, where the food is favorable and memorable. They take pride in serving only the freshest seafood and other fine fare. Serving fresh, locally caught fish, locally grown produce & Long Island wines. We offer indoor, outdoor & Enclosed Patio dining in a casual, family friendly atmosphere!


Meet and Greet with your Tour-Guide for this day and explore Long Island’s playground of the rich and famous – the Hamptons - weaving together the fascinating history of the area with the ever evolving Hamptons current scene. After being introduced to the Southampton summer colony with its historic and new mansions, your first stop will be at America’s # 1 Beach - Cooper’s Beach. You will have a chance to stroll and enjoy the beauty of this famous beach, one of the playgrounds of the wealthy residents who live nearby. You will then continue the Southampton mansion tour, viewing the magnificent homes on Billionaire’s Row on route to the heart of Southampton Village’s shopping district.

After being shown the major sights of the Southampton’s downtown, you will have free time to explore its famous shopping district. There will be time to shop at Hildreth’s, the oldest department store in America and have a snack at Southampton’s gourmet market, Citarella. Strolling its stunning tree lined Main Street, taking in its many boutiques and cafes, it will be clear why Southampton Village is considered the jewel in the crown of all the Villages of the East
End. You will then venture East to the end of Long Island, Montauk - traveling through the magnificent hidden enclaves of Bridgehampton, Sagaponack and East Hampton.

Lunch at Gosman's Dock

One of the most famous and popular restaurants on the East End of Long Island.
Departing Gosman’s, you will continue your journey to the eastern most tip of Long island – Montauk Point, passing thousands of acres of preserved parkland as the history of Montauk is described. Approaching Montauk State Park, you will have your first views of the Montauk Point Lighthouse, commissioned by President George Washington in 1796.