Look no further for a detailed and updated guide to the best shopping, sights, seafood, music and nightlife in Long Beach, NY.
Headed to Long Beach? Here’s a look at your transportation options.
If you’re looking to check out breweries and taprooms, plenty are located just a short ride from Long Beach.
Thinking of leaving the beach scene for lunch? Options abound, from Thai fare to pizza by the slice.
Long Beach has a variety of nightlife, with upscale cocktail lounges, sports bars and live music venues. Not sure what you’re in the mood for? Here’s a mix of the most popular places to spend the evening.
The small beach community on Long Island is an excellent getaway from work stress and winter blues. Here’s a look at what to do during your weekend in Long Beach.
Long Beach is mostly known as a summer destination, but winter in the City by the Sea is just as good! Although a few restaurants and food trucks are closed for the season, there are still plenty of places where you can indulge in warm and hearty food on a winter day.
Winter isn’t just coming — with this week’s storm forecast, we can say that winter is finally here. That’s no reason to hibernate indoors, though. Explore the best of winter sports in Long Beach, NY.
With schools closing soon for winter break, you might be wondering what to do with all the extra time with the kids. Long Beach is an ideal destination to spend quality time with your family, even in winter. Take a look at our suggestions!
Since running is a vital part of life in Long Beach, NY, we know that many of you are probably planning to head to New York for the New York City Marathon. This year, the ultimate road race in NYC will take place on Sunday, November 4. Here’s everything you need to know to find the best viewing spots.
Long Beach, NY, has its share of nearby scenic drives and hikes. Imagine seeing the Atlantic Ocean in the morning and driving for just a couple of hours to see bright fall foliage in the afternoon! Head to these parks for a day of leaf peeping.
Fall is the harvest season and a special occasion to be outside. Long Island, NY, has not only beaches, but also spectacular farms that come to life during the autumn months.
The 2018 US Open is finally here. Tennis fans are flying to New York from all corners of the world to experience the prowess of top tennis players in the most electric atmosphere out there. You can enjoy all the US Open has to offer and still sneak in your last summer holiday of the season. Here’s how.
The day has finally come. Your family beach getaway is around the corner, so it’s time to start planning what to do. Or maybe you’re a Long Beach, NY, resident and are looking for something different to do with your family. Either way, Long Island never disappoints.
When planning a Fourth of July getaway, nothing beats pristine beaches, luxury rooms and events suited for all ages. The Allegria Hotel is offering a special Fourth of July package. Read on to find out more.
A casual dish in a retro diner is regarded by many as the quintessential Long Island meal… Or is it? Long Island, NY, has come a long way since then. While we still love a good cheeseburger, sometimes it’s nice to mix things up a bit.
Are you planning the ultimate girl holiday? If you’re thinking of a bachelorette party or a bridal shower in Long Beach, NY, we have you covered! But sometimes all you really need is a weekend away with the girls. Long Beach is perfect for that, too!
Whether you’re looking somewhere to book a tee time this weekend or options for a company golf outing, Long Beach, NY, is close to great golf courses.
Temperatures are rising, the sun is out and days are getting longer. In the City by the Sea, this means that summer and its myriad of yearly events are just around the corner.
Spending long hours in an office and being permanently wired to computers, cell phones and even watches calls for a good dose of nature and fresh air. A stay at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach, NY, offers exactly that.
Biking should be among your spring to-do list—and why not? It’s a great way to cover long distances, appreciate the sights and feel the breeze.
A beach family getaway is always a good idea. Traveling a few miles outside of Long Beach, NY, will open up a myriad of fun activities to change things up a bit. Here are our top picks, less than an hour’s drive from The Allegria.
As wonderful and appealing as a beach may be, a trip to the shore is rarely complete without a side trip to local seafood restaurants. Long Beach, NY, is blessed with an incredible supply of fresh produce that goes straight from the sea to the kitchens to your plate.
What is the quintessential romantic holiday? A beach, of course! Add a quaint yet modern, cozy yet sophisticated city to that combination and you’ll have an ideal destination for a retreat with that special someone in your life.
New York’s backyard is a gorgeous slice of island, barely a mile wide and about 3 miles long, which packs an incredible number of sights and experiences waiting to be discovered.
You’ve planned your visit to Long Beach, NY, your calendar is marked and your bags are ready. After checking in to your room at Allegria Hotel, you might be wondering where to head next. Read on to find out the top recommendations from those who really know what they’re talking about: the locals.
Just 25 miles from New York City lies a famous beach getaway that brings together a sophisticated Hamptons-like vibe, the energy of the Big Apple and the beauty of a hidden seaside town. But what if you don’t have a weekend or more to spare? Not to worry. The City by the Sea has plenty to offer even if you’re here for only a couple of hours!
In Long Beach, it already looks and feels like Christmas. Holiday lights are up, ornaments dangle from trees, the fireplace at L’Onda Lounge is roaring and the Atlantica Restaurant smells like roasted chestnuts. Christmas has arrived to the Allegria Hotel.
You will remember our Quick Guide to Shopping Around Long Beach, NY, where we covered the best shopping malls near the Allegria Hotel. But what if you prefer to explore local stores?
As temperatures begin to drop and fall outfits emerge from the wardrobes, everyone knows one thing: the holidays are coming. Long Beach, NY, might be better known as a summer destination, but did you know that winter and fall are perfect times to visit as well?
When seasons change, so does fashion, and in this fast-paced electronic era, yesterday’s gadgets will be ancient in a week’s time. The big question in everyone’s mind is where to go to find the best shopping and latest trends?
The appeal of Long Beach, NY, centers on its coast and boardwalk. Little do many visitors know that this beach town has a rich past whose traces can be found along its historical streets. Let’s go back to the year 1880.
August and September mean one thing in the world of tennis: the US Open.
A relaxing beach getaway can add up pretty quickly and become a stressful experience. But don’t worry, Long Beach, NY has plenty of activities and sights that everyone can enjoy without spending a penny.
We all know that Labor Day signals the unofficial end to summer and Long Beach, NY offers you a last breather before returning to the daily grind and the back-to-school hassle just a short drive from NYC.
Are you bringing the family down to Long Beach this July 4th Weekend? You should. Long Beach, New York, is the perfect family getaway. Starting with its short travel time from NYC to its gorgeous beach, there’s plenty of reason to bring the whole family to the City by the Sea. Here are our top family-friendly activities in Long Beach this summer.
Just because the 2017 calendar didn’t do us any favors this Fourth of July doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take a long weekend in honor of America’s birthday.
Most people come to Long Beach with one goal in mind - to kick back, relax, and take in the views. And Long Beach does have quite the views. Here are some of our favorites near the Allegria Hotel.
Although we’re only an hour away from Manhattan, the atmosphere on Long Beach is worlds away. So leave your phone in your room, forget about those unanswered emails, and go out and enjoy the beauty that is Long Beach. This is the Allegria Hotel Guide to Unplugging from New York City.
When you come to Long Beach, you come to kick back - to eat well, to drink well, and to have a good time. Of course, all of that can be done at the Allegria Hotel, from our acclaimed seafront restaurant Atlantica to our lively bar, L’Onda lounge. However, if you’re looking to explore a little more of the City by the Sea, without losing any of luxury that you’re used to at the Allegria Hotel, check out these local bars:
A mix of beachfront resorts and residential areas, Long Beach has a history of being gorgeous escape from New York City. In fact, that’s how Long Beach began - as William H. Reynolds’ planned development of summer homes for New York City’s affluent population. And in many ways it has kept that same appeal. Much more relaxed than its big city neighbor, Long Beach is the perfect place to take a casual stroll and bask in its historic architecture and iconic views. Here is what is what you should stop and see during your stay at the Allegria Hotel.