We had a terrific mid week getaway at the Huntting Inn. Our room was lovely, recently renovated, with high quality linens, bathrobe, bath towels and a comfortable bed. The staff was friendly and most helpful. Marissa handled our reservation and also provided great local knowledge and beach passes. Sheila, the Ass’t General Mgr, couldn’t have been nicer. Dinner at The Palm was delicious - no surprise - this is our favorite of all the Palm restaurants. The new General Manager, Chris Gilman, was most gracious. Without reservation we highly recommend the Inn.
Family trip for a birthday and the people at the Inn were incredibly nice and accommodating. The continental breakfast was top notch, and the rooms were renovated and gorgeous. The Palm Restaurant was the perfect spot for a birthday dinner. Highly recommend! Oh and the flowers and landscaping are incredibly well done!
This review is for The Huntting Inn that houses the Palm restaurant. For two nights at 1600.00 , we had booked the large king. It was located up three flights of steps so an employee from the kitchen helped with bags . Old we expected but the carpet was dirty and there was a smell. The commode would not flush unless you removed the tank and manually operated. The courtyard and area for breakfast was dirty so we went across the street. The bed linens were clean and the location was great. I’m thankful we booked two nights only as a big disappointment. We had reservations at the Palm but we canceled. There was a sign stating under renovations but we didn’t see any activity. I wouldn’t stay again unless renovations were complete.
Actually really nice rooms for the price. The location is also obviously the best in town. Would have been completely shocked and pleased if it wasn’t for the snappy folks at the front desk. Still worth a stay!
This inn is the perfect getaway in the Hamptons. We’ve been coming to the South and East Hampton for years but we would usually rent a house or stay in Southampton. This was a spur of the moment decision, since we wanted to take a weekend away during the pandemic. We have been at the Palm restaurant before but never stayed at the actual inn. The staff was very courteous and very friendly, and professional. We stayed at a medium room the first night, overlooking the inside of the inn. It was a clean room but a little small however, we had a pleasant evening. We woke up the next day to discover we were offered an upgrade to a much larger room with all updated amenities, with much larger bathroom. Even though we’ve stayed only two nights, we decided to switch the second night and it was a much better experience. We ordered dinner from The Palm and were able to eat in our room. The chef is absolutely exceptional! We were also given passes to the nearby, lovely Hollow beach and offered complimentary chairs and umbrella. Sheila Bennett was the person working at the front desk the second day, who made all this possible . She was outstanding and super kind. I can not recommend the inn and the people working there more. We will definitely be back. Thank you!…
I returned to the Hamptons for my 4th business trip. I have stayed at Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor in my previous trips, but decided to stay here this time. To be honest, both hotels are incredible— but The Huntting Inn is half the price for this time of year and my room was bigger! A very friendly greeting as I checked in and I was upgraded to a king bed for the evening. 17 fabulous restaurants within walking distance and Main Street in East Hampton is wonderful - high end stores, a grocery store right around the corner of the hotel... everything I want in a area I stay in. If you’re interested in staying at a high-end hotel for $130-$150 per night in February where stores and restaurants are still open for business, I suggest you choose The Huntting Inn.
Quiet, lovely room, good internet, complimentary breakfast good. Well located. Walk to town, local restaurants and Guild Hall. Marissa and Rosemary at the front desk very helpful. I’d happily makes repeat visit.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Huntting Inn. Perfectly appointed with two bright and clean rooms, the king suite was spacious and included beautiful decor and lovely Italian toiletries. We appreciated being right in the heart of East Hampton and walked to the nearby shops and restaurants each day. We also enjoyed the inn's delicious restaurant. Every staff member was kind and helped to make our first visit memorable.
Wow. Where do I even begin? Ok, first I'll start with the positive - this hotel is in a really great location. It is central to the other Hamptons and super close to cute shops, restaurants and beaches. Now, let's move on to the negatives and boy, are there a lot of them. The hotel itself needs a MAJOR update. Old, dark, dingy, musty and dirty all accurately describe this place. The rooms are extremely small (between 150-200 sf) and not comfortable, at all. The mattresses are extremely soft (old), bedding is stained, walls paper thin, bathrooms poorly lit and mildewed. In some of the rooms there is no place to sit besides for the bed. The photos on the Huntting Inn's website do not accurately portray it at all. Upon arrival, I felt as if I had been the victim of a bait and switch. And considering how much they charge per night, I would expect a much higher level of taste and cleanliness. When we asked the concierge if they planned on updating their rooms anytime soon, she replied with, "What do you want me to say?" Okayyyyyyyy. Suffice to say, I will not be staying at the Huntting Inn again, nor would I recommend it to anyone that I know. There are plenty of other hotels in the area to choose from.…
First let me start off my saying that The Huntting Inn is very charming. You truly can’t beat the location, and the staff were all very kind and courteous. Check in went smoothly, and a nice young man was there to carry my bags to the room. There was free parking on the premises, but my car was rarely needed. Unfortunately, what would have been an extremely pleasant stay, was affected by an issue with spiders. My first night there I killed a small spider. I didn’t think too much of it because it’s summer, and an occasional bug will happen. Later, I killed another one. On night two, I killed three more. All varying in size and color. I understand that sometimes these things happen, but when I’m paying $500 a night, worrying about being bit by spiders is unacceptable. I did report it to the front desk, and showed her the pictures. She was kind and appeared embarrassed, but nothing was really said about the situation. I will throw in another positive by saying that the restaurant was absolutely delicious. However, between the $200 I spent at the Palm and the $500 a night room, I expected a certain amount of quality that unfortunately I wasn’t afforded.…