Hotels With Great Restaurants on LI

There’s no better time for a Long Island staycation than when the chill sets in. When it comes time to narrow down the options, opt for a Long Island hotel with a delicious restaurant attached to it. From Nassau to Suffolk, these five especially offer more than just a great night’s sleep.

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American Beech, Greenport

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Converted from a former 19th-century horse stable, American Beech sits in Greenport’s bustling Main Street. The coastal hotel features five suites with creamy colors, Frette linens, original artwork and contemporary furnishings. It’s complete with a popular restaurant exuding similar seaside vibes with white accents throughout. Indulge in local ingredients and market-fresh products with dishes like smoked crab cake, crescent farm duck wings, seared sea scallops and house-made fettuccine with wild poached salmon. Another plus: there are indoor and outdoor fireplaces adding a cozy feel on those cold nights. Address: 300 Main St. | Phone: 631-477-5939 Click to eat

Maidstone, East Hampton

This charming, cozy boutique hotel on the East End has 16 rooms and three cottages “inspired by a Scandinavian luminary.” Guests can also expect to find a ton of photo art sprawled throughout. A stay is made delicious with Maidstone’s restaurant, which is run by consulting chef David Standridge. (He’s from Café Clover in Manhattan.) The seasonal dinner menu features fresh market seafood, salads and meat options like this season’s Joyce Farms Burger coming with whole wheat challah, onion confit and ginger ketchup. Lunch is also served along with weekend brunch that includes egg dishes and house-made smoothies. Address: 207 Main St. | Phone: 631-324-5006 Click to eat

Garden City Hotel, Garden City

Polo Steakhouse

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Around since 1874, the Garden City Hotel is a landmark dripping in luxury. The 269 guest rooms and suites all include custom millwork and Italian furniture. The hotel features the Polo Steakhouse known for its tufted red chairs and 28-day dry-aged USDA prime grade steaks. The menu also features seafood, including grilled swordfish and Nova Scotia halibut and salads. Address: 45 7th St. | Phone: 516-747-3000 Click to eat

Hotel Indigo, Riverhead

Nestled in Riverhead, Hotel Indigo makes for a trendy staycation on the North Fork. There are 100 chic guest rooms with spa-style bathrooms, contemporary furnishings and wooden floors. Step inside Bistro 72 where locally grown ingredients and regional wine are the focus. The lengthy menu features soups, salads, burgers and seasonal entrées like seared sea scallop. The restaurant also offers a list of cocktails, including a Sag Harbor Express made with Sag Harbor Dark Rum, Bacardi, orange juice, pineapple juice and orgeat syrup. There’s even a red and white peach sangria made using a signature recipe. Address: 1830 West Main Street, Rt. 25 | Phone: 631-369-2200 Click to eat

Sound View, Greenport

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Located on a private beach with the Long Island Sound in sight, Sound View is noted for its spectacular views. The inn’s restaurant, The Halyard, is just as appealing. Run by James Beard award-winning chef Galen Zamarra, the menu offers fresh seafood with products from the North Fork and Atlantic Seaboard. Dig into New England clam chowder with bacon and grilled striped bass with potato gratin, roasted brussel sprouts and cranberry relish. Meat lovers are also in luck with options like the Halyard burger served with fried onions, cheddar, bacon, special sauce and fries. Address: 58775 County Rd 48 | Phone: 631-477-1910 Click to eat

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Anna Halkidis is a senior web editor at Long Island Pulse. Feel free to reach out at anna@lipulse.com or on Twitter @annahalkidis.