Read what others had to say about the Palms Hotel and
visiting Fire Island!

“The Palms is the most sophisticated of the Ocean Beach establishments, with Manhattan-style modern decor of white duvets, pop art by Roy Lichtenstein and wispy, sheer cloth draped above beds.” Newsday, Where to Stay on Fire Island
“If you haven’t hopped on a ferry to
Fire Island — this summer is the time to experience the laid back lifestyle of this iconic island haven. You won’t find cars or pretention on Fire Island, just miles of beach, sailboats, bikes and surfboards. Off the south shore of Long Island, Fire
Island has the reputation as the place to summer for actors and artists and anyone looking for a true beach retreat… The Palms Hotel, in Ocean Beach, offers luxurious bungalows and cottages, all of which are mere steps from the shore. Guests can enjoy the relaxed courtyard and private bay beach along with dedicated family days every Tuesday.”
-Tina Carletto, Healthy Living

“This really is the thorniest of topics, and we’re sure to make no new friends by saying there isn’t really a hotel on Fire Island that’s worth the money.  That said, there are two we feel are clean and friendly enough so as to be worth overpaying.  And to be completely fair, there’s barely anything worth the money that you pay to spend the night in the Hamptons this time of year. Our picks for this season are: The Palms at Ocean Beach… recently renovated and cute as a button, there are tiny, but bright and cheerful rooms… Morning coffee is served out on the back patio.”
-David Landsel, NY Post

“The place to stay on Fire Island… the Palms Hotel!” “Beautiful suites… great beach”
-News 12 Long Island

“Surrounded by beautiful beaches… this tiny island will be a destination I will visit many more times in the very near future.”
The New York Optimist

“Palms Hotel has become a destination on Fire Island. The sand and surf of the barrier islands attracts Long Islanders and those throughout the country for fun in the sun but it’s the luxury resort of the Palms that attracts travelers from around the world.”
Bridget Shirvell, Long Island Pulse

“Ditch your car and hop aboard a thirty-minute ferry from Bayshore to Fire Island where weekenders pack up coolers with food from home and fill red wagons for their time on the beach. The island is made up of many sections, from Ocean Beach, attracting NYC singles to areas like Fair Harbor and Dune Wood which attract a more family friendly crowd.” “The draw of Fire Island is the immaculate beaches… walkers will enjoy an outing to the Sunken Forest, a maritime forest on the island where the tree branches are twisted due to wind and salt spray.” “Looking for a hotel on Ocean Beach?  Try the Palms Hotel… This boutique hotel is located in the center of Ocean Beach, it is quite popular and books up fast!”
-Alison Lowenstein, City Weekends

“A booming weekend for Fire Island.” “Long Island beaches are back…”
Newsday

“The unofficial “capital” of Fire Island, the village of Ocean Beach, is a 600-plus home community with the most bars, restaurants and shops… Perhaps because Ocean Beach’s Main Street is lined with several really good restaurants and bars, a smattering of food markets (including a fish market), upscale boutiques, arts and crafts shops, a spa, a hardware store and more.  This is as resort-y as it gets on Fire Island.” “The Palms Hotel… is a relaxed boutique hotel with all the amenities techies can’t live without – flat screen satellite TVs with dvd players, Wi-Fi hot spots, refrigerators and iPod docking stations – not to mention Egyptian cotton sheets, outdoor hot showers, L’Occitane bath amenities, kayak rentals and complimentary bicycles, grocery wagons, and Starbucks coffee. In other words, if you’re coming to the island empty-handed, this is the place for you.”
 -Where to stay on Fire Island, Newsday 6/21/09

“Fire Island is back and better than ever!” CBS New York

“City dwellers… turn their attention to weekend getaways at the beaches of Long Island”WNYC

“The Palms Hotel… comfy beds, flatscreen tvs, and even outdoor showers.” –Frommers

“On an island of casual beach cottages, The Palms Hotel stands out as a more upscale resort.”Coastal Living

“The ambience is perfect for small gatherings, private parties or weddings, and the hotel is a favorite for locals and tourists, alike.”
William J. Newman