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“Clean, Comfort, Convenient And Affordable Place To Stay”“Welcome to Americas Best Value Inn of Port Jefferson Station, New York. We are located ne
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“About The Greenporter”“The Greenporter Hotel is a small, privately owned Green-Certified hotel located in the he
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“Small, Friendly, Clean, The Nicest Place In The Hamptons”“Annual up-dates make this a must stay in the Hamptons. Convenient to all and located befo
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“Wonderful Beach, Friendly Staff, A Gem!”Janine, Lenox - “It felt like we were on a small island with our own private
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Providing both easy proximity and merciful respite from pulsating New York City, Long Island -- Nassau and Suffolk counties with parallel seashores of Long Beach and Fire Island -- fascinates with myriad attractions and history dating to the 1600s. Accessed primarily by ferry, Fire Island -- a 27-mile long, quarter mile wide barrier -- runs off Long Island's south shore from famed Jones Beach to the Hamptons in Suffolk County, which are comprised of the communities of Southampton, Bridgehampton, East Hampton and neighboring communities. Jones Beach hosts top musical shows at the outdoor Tommy Hilfiger Theater. Nassau's North Shore showcases Gold Coast mansions including Sand's Point, Old Westbury Gardens, and Coe Hall, the 65-room Tudor revival-style home immortalized in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.

Other attractions include public gardens at Bailey Arboretum and Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt's summer home. Nassau has the world-class Children's Museum, Cradle of Aviation museum, and Garvies Point Museum and the pre-Civil War era Old Bethpage Village Restoration. Suffolk's North Fork has winding roads passing quaint villages and beaches. Vanderbilt Mansion showcases opulent lifestyles of a bygone era along with a planetarium and marine life exhibit. The Walt Whitman Historic Site marks the birthplace of the famed poet. Other attractions include the Splish Splash water park and Atlantis Marine World, with penguins to sharks. Suffolk boasts more lighthouses than any county in the nation, including Montauk Lighthouse at island's end. Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay grapes grow in abundance on Long Island, with some wineries conducting tours and tastings. Long Island restaurants are plentiful and outdoors fun ranges from horseback riding, golf and tennis to deep sea fishing or beachcombing. Winter recreation includes cross-country skiing, sledding, skating and seal-watching cruises. Long Island lodging includes more than 16,000 rooms, in options from bed and breakfasts and inns to five-star luxury hotels.

We have organized our listings of Long Island's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Long Island area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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Hotels located in the central area of Long Island. Macarthur Airport (ISP) is located near Central Islip.
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Hotels located in the eastern half of Long Island, including communities in the North Fork, as well as the Hamptons in the South Fork comprised of East Hampton, Bridgehampton, Southampton, Montauk and others.
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Hotels located north and east of Newark, in metropolitan New York City.
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Hotels in the nearby metropolitan area of Newark, New Jersey.
Hotels located in Nassau County, in the western half of Long Island near the cities of Plainview, Garden City, Great Neck and others.

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Area Facts: The lighthouse in Montauk, towards the eastern end of the Long Island land mass, was built in the late 1700s, and is one of the oldest coastal lighthouses in the United States. The area codes for the suburban Long Island counties of Nassau and Suffolk are 516 and 631, respectively.

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