I was here on business, and I travel too much, so I've been in a lot of hotels. The room was very expensive for what you get. But, this is the Hamptons, in the summer, and I guess that's the market there. That said, this motel room would be 1/3 the price elsewhere, if that (I paid about $250/night). Maybe one of the 'ocean view rooms' (overlooking the road between the motel and the ocean) would have been larger/better, but I asked for a quiet room and got just that, but it was a small room to the rear. The room was small, dark, musty and old. This was magnified by the fact that the AC was off when I got there, and the room was hot, humid and smelled quite musty. They knew I was coming, and for a $250 room, they could have started the AC before I got there. Under the 'kitchen' sink, where the coffee mugs and glasses are stored, it was unreal musty, and not an attractive place from which to pull food service items. I used the coffee pot the first night, and returned to the room after work with the pot uncleaned, and the coffee supplies not replenished, nor the coffee cup cleaned. Again, this was a $250 room. The iron was dirty and I ruined a dress work shirt.
Management was good. They were concerned when problems arose with the cleaning staff, addressing the matter to my satisfaction. When I got home there was a letter of apology and a check to replace a dress shirt ruined by a dirty iron. I give them a lot of credit for that.
I asked for a quiet room, and got one - the furthest from the road. I was able to get a good night's sleep.
The linens were clean and crisp, the bed very comfortable.