The Hamptons Can be The Ultimate Holiday Season Escape at Idyllic Southampton Inn
With all the challenges that international travel presents, more and more families choose to stay local over the holidays. The Southampton Inn hotel is inviting guests to escape the city for a Norman Rockwell-esque holiday celebration in the heart of Southampton, NY. The Southhampton Inn is a short trip from New York City by road or rail, it offers a convenient and relaxing staycation and a perfect winter wonderland experience. For the ultimate winter escape, bring the family to this relaxing year-round retreat filled with holiday spirit, in the historic Village of Southampton.
• For the remainder of December 2017, Southampton Inn is offering guest room “BOGO” $75, so when you purchase one room you get a second for $75. Great for a family getaway or weekend with friends! The offer is valid from December 15th through December 30th, 2017 and dates must be the same for both reservations.
• Guests who stay over New Year’s Eve, can look forward to the Southampton Inn’s Annual New Year’s Eve Celebration, which will be held from 7:30pm-1:00am on December 31st, 2017. Dinner, dancing, drinks, and desserts are on the agenda, as well as a live screening of the Times Square Ball Drop. New Year’s rates are $495 per couple for Dinner, Drinks, Dessert, Dancing and overnight stay at the Inn. For singles, the rate is $350, including Dinner, Drinks, Dessert, Dancing at the celebration—where no one sits alone—and a single occupancy overnight stay at the Inn. Celebrators also have the option of only joining the after party, which will feature dessert, drinks and dancing, at a ticket price of $75 from 10:30pm-1:00am.
• For New Year’s Day, guests and the public alike are welcome to a Best of the Best Breakfast, served from 9:00am-2:00pm, at the inn’s restaurant, Claude’s. The Best of the Best Breakfast is complimentary for guests who purchased an overnight New Year’s Eve Celebration package.
Throughout the Holiday Season, the Southampton community offers an abundance of activities for couples and families alike. Seasonal musical theater is a regular draw, and this December, the Levitas Center for the Arts presents a live performance of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol”. The Southampton Inn also offers a special Overnight Guest Package, which includes tickets to the aforementioned performance, a dinner for two at one of Southampton’s iconic gastropubs, and of course a two person stay at the Southampton Inn.
If you are planning a romantic holiday weekend or family trip, the famous Clydesdale Horses will be offering carriage rides each Saturday in December. Onsite, you will find Claude’s Restaurant, which offers a superb breakfast year-round, including classic eggs, delectable pancakes, and French toast. Guests at the inn will also receive complimentary holiday stockings, stuffed with candy canes, local museum tickets and coupons to some of the top Southampton spots. Travel back to the 1940’s with the Southampton Historical Museum’s Hearthside Swing Time Party, offering swing dancing lessons and performances by Anita Boyer and OFVS Dancers. No matter what you choose to do, Southampton Inn is the place to make memories this December.
Looking for the ideal venue to host your Holiday Party? The Southampton Inn boasts a spacious hotel ballroom which can hold up to 150 people. The Southampton Inn’s banquet hall is also an ideal event space for everything from corporate celebrations to large-scale family events. Now is the time to gather family, coworkers and friends to celebrate! Regardless of the occasion, the Southampton Inn will strive to make your event unforgettable!
For more information visit www.southamptoninn.com
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