#97: Hail to the Chief at Harborfront Inn

Take advantage of major discounts this weekend at Greenport's luxury waterfront hotel.

Want a high-end escape without having to leave Greenport this weekend?

As part of North Fork Patch's "" series, you might want to take advantage of a great President's Day weekend discount being offered by the the North Fork's first luxury hotel located at 209 Front Street next to in Greenport overlooking Greenport Harbor, Peconic Bay and Shelter Island. This location is also prime for watching the village's annual , featuring dozens of Long Island fire departments, on Saturday.

Normally, the 35 rooms at the Harborfront range from $199 to $399 per night according to view (though the decked-out suite for $399 is almost like staying at a time-share condo, complete with hot tub). But this weekend, if you stay one night, you get the second night at a 20 percent discount, and a two-night stay will result in getting the third night at 50 percent off regular rates. The promotion is valid only this coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The three-story Harborfront Inn — named as "The North Fork's Best Lodging Option" last month by Wine Spectator Magazine — includes conference facilities, a fitness center and an outdoor heated in-ground pool. Guest rooms feature Frette bed and bath linens, goose down comforters and plush robes, flat-screen LCD televisions, CD players, direct-dial phones and high-speed Internet connections. Stone-tiled walls and floors line each room's bathrooms and showers feature framless glass doors and adjustable massaging body sprays. All rooms include continental breakfast.

For reservations contact the Harborfront Inn at Greenport at 631-477-0707 or book online at www.theharborfrontinn.com.

Category: Luxury Hotel
Price: $$$
Season: Year-round
Note: Cash and all major credit cards accepted; the Harborfront Inn adheres to a two-week cancellation policy, so if you were to book a room for the weekend at press time it would be non-refundable.


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