Martha’s Vineyard Hotels

The Official Site for Martha’s Vineyard Hotels, Inns and Bed and Breakfasts

The Inns and Hotels of Martha’s Vineyard welcome you to our pristine and idyllic island located 7 miles off the shore of Cape Cod in beautiful New England. This captivating island is the perfect spot for a summer vacation, wedding, honeymoon or for a spring or fall getaway.

With so many lodging options, how can you know you’re making the best choice for your Martha’s Vineyard vacation, one where you will receive outstanding service, relax in sumptuous beds, feel secure about cleanliness and safety protocols, and be treated to gourmet, locally sourced breakfasts? If you’re looking for this and to experience Martha’s Vineyard beaches, ocean breezes, breathtaking and scenic trails and pathways while being pampered so you can fully relax, look no further.

Three striped deckchairs on the beach with seagull flying overhead

The Martha’s Vineyard Lodging Association (MVLA) represents the licensed and inspected properties across the island including Boutique Hotels, Inns & Hotels in Edgartown, Vineyard Haven, Oak Bluffs, Chilmark, Aquinnah and West Tisbury. These are locally owned and managed properties that adhere to the highest levels of cleanliness and safety protocols and are annually inspected for compliance. They are run by professionals in the travel industry and are proud to count among them many of the leading hotels of New England.

Oak Bluffs gingerbread houses in a colorful row on Martha's Vineyard
Steamship Ferry

We invite you to come explore and experience all that Martha’s Vineyard has to offer. Our hotel and inn proprietors provide all the local knowledge and insider tips to help you plan your adventure and enjoy a truly authentic Martha’s Vineyard experience.  From in-town properties in Edgartown, Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven to countryside properties in West Tisbury and Chilmark, you will find the distinctive hotel or bed and breakfast to meet your preferences:

  • Grand Dame Hotels
  • Family 5 Star Resorts
  • New England style inns
  • Beautiful country inns with glorious sunsets
  • Unique boutique hotels
  • Award winning properties
  • Beach front properties
  • Serene inns with large gardens
West Chop Fisherman

With our members’ knowledge of the area, they can make recommendations for local dining and craft beer, tours, and outdoor adventures. Make the most of Martha’s Vineyard art and music scene, tour the Martha’s Vineyard Museum or The Carnegie, kayak Chilmark or Menemsha Ponds, book a Jaw’s tour, charter a boat to Cuttyhunk, hike Cedar Tree Neck or Menemsha Hills, bike up Middle Road or along Sengekontacket Pond, stroll through the Gingerbread Houses or soak in the music at Beach Road Weekend music fest or simply relax with an in-room massage ….and let’s not forget the fabulous breakfast you will experience each morning or the quiet oasis that awaits your return each day.

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The Martha’s Vineyard Lodging Association has a reputation for hospitality above and beyond the standards set by other accommodations.  With the advent of COVID-19, we have developed enhanced standards for safety and cleanliness with guidance from public health authorities including the CDC. All our member properties adhere to State and CDC guidelines for sanitation, social distancing and other protocols for the protection of our guests and staff. At member properties cloth face coverings must be worn in all guest common indoor settings whenever non-household members are present unless actively eating or drinking. Masks are required in outdoor public settings if individuals are unable to maintain 6 feet of separation from non-household members.

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