A hotel bedroom is your sanctuary when traveling. While a cozy, inviting bed is most important, the best bedrooms are characterful and atmospheric, whether the ambiance aimed for is calm relaxation or chilled-out hipness. All of the rooms below have something to say in very different ways.
Baker House 1650 Huntting Room: Modern rustic meets Arts and Crafts with a carpet by Gavin Morton, old beams, William Morris Honeysuckle wallpaper, roughly painted boards with flatscreen TV over woodburning fireplace.
Surf Lodge: A chill West Coast 60s beach vibe, with a serape on the bed and a hanging rattan chair.
c/o Maidstone's Blixen Room: African theme for the Danish author of Out of Africa Isak Dinesen, real name Baroness Karen von Blixen.
c/o Maidstone's Heyerdahl Room: South Pacific theme for the Norwegian author of Kon-Tiki.
Maison Blanche: This room lives up to the hotel's name with crisp white, relieved by a dark antique carved mirror.
Montauk Yacht Club: Crisp nautical blue and white with pillows reminiscent of semaphore flags; Adirondack chairs on the balcony.
Hedges Inn: This bedroom is practically begging you to relax, from the soothing mint color to the candles in the fireplace to the inviting white bedding.
c/o Maidstone's Linnaeus Room: Floral room named after the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, the father of modern taxonomy, with a botanical diagram on the wall.
Solé East: Vintage funk is the theme, with a Parsons table serving as a desk flanked by a groovy Jacobsen chair and a woven rattan headboard.
Topping Rose House: Chic minimalism in this room, with plain white linens, touches of black, a simple four-poster, modern rug, and aged wood fireplace mantel.
Southampton Inn: Wake up with vibrant, energizing yellow. The dark wood and yellow touches give an Asian feel.
Inn at Windmill Lane: From the beautiful beamed ceiling to the dark floorboards, cozy, intimate relaxation is the aim here. The woodburning fireplace and flatscreen TV invite you to linger.