Long Island, New York

Long Island, New York

Located just east of New York City, Long Island, New York is a vibrant year-round destination with a long list of diverse attractions throughout its six distinctive regions. Living up to its name, the island is the longest, largest, and most populated island in the nation, extending over 118 miles eastward from New York Harbor to Montauk Point (“The End”).

From the historic Gold Coast Mansions, down to the iconic car-free beach haven of Fire Island, to the award-winning vineyards across the North Fork and the famed Hamptons region along the South Fork – opportunities are endless on Long Island. Visitors and locals alike can explore the region to learn about the area’s rich history, live a luxurious lifestyle, escape into charming downtowns with thriving boutique shops, hotels, and eateries, experience the outdoors on either a beach or a scenic hike, and much more.

Whether traveling to the area for work or play, Long Island combines big city convenience with small town charm. The region is easily accessible for visitors looking for a getaway by JFK International, LaGuardia and Long Island MacArthur Airports, as well as short rides via the Long Island Railroad, and multiple ferry services. Long Island’s hotel properties and event spaces also offer the perfect destination for business travel, with 1.5 million square feet of meeting space and over 18,000 guest rooms.

Long Island at a glance

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