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Long Island Hotels

List of hotels on Long Island, New York

By now, you've probably seen just how much there is to do on Long Island, but what do you do if you don't live on Long Island, or you need to accommodate out-of-area guests that you don't have space for? Fortunately, Long Island has wide-spread selection of hotels and motels to accommodate an array of needs, locations, and budgets. Whether you're planning a vacation to Long Island, bringing relatives in for a family event, or attending a business conference, Long Island's hotels range from the luxurious mega-chain to the remote and homely bed and breakfast and can accommodate any number of individual needs.

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Best Western Woodbury Inn

4940 Jericho Turnpike in Woodbury
516-921-6900

Courtesy Hotel

130 Hempstead Avenue in West Hempstead
516-485-2000

Days Inn Hicksville

828 South Oyster Bay Road in Hicksville
516-433-1900

Floral Park Lodge and Conference Center

30 Jericho Turnpike in Floral Park
516-775-7777

Hampton Inn Commack

860 Commack Road in Commack
631-462-5700

Hampton Inn Jericho-Westbury

120 Jericho Turnpike in Jericho
516-997-2000

Hampton Inn Long Island - Brookhaven

2000 N Ocean Ave in Farmingville
631-732-7300

Heron Suites at Port of Egypt Marina

61600 Main Road in Southold
631-765-5121

Hotel Indigo

1830 Route 25 in Riverhead
631-369-2200

Meadowbrook Motor Lodge

440 Jericho Turnpike in Jericho
516-681-4200

Ocean Dunes

379 Bluff Road in Amagansett
631-267-8121

Quality Hotel and Convention Center

80 Clinton Street in Hempstead
516-486-4100

Rodeway Inn Commack

450 Moreland Road in Commack
631-864-8820

Roslyn Claremont Hotel

1221 Old Northern Boulevard in Roslyn
516-625-2700

Sea Crest on the Ocean

2166 Montauk Highway in Amagansett
631-267-3159

Sunrise Executive Hotel

1 Sunrise Highway in Lynbrook
516-593-1600

Sunset Beach Hotel

35 Shore Road in Shelter Island
631-749-2001

The Andrew Hotel

75 North Station Plaza in Great Neck
516-482-2900

The Atlantic Hotel

1655 Country Road 39 in Southampton
631-283-6100

The Capri

281 Coutry Road 39A in Southampton
631-283-6100

The Jones Beach Hotel

3275 Byron Street in Wantagh
516-785-2020
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