Sarah Jessica Parker’s Amagansett, New York home will soon be available on Booking.com.Courtesy of Booking.com
You can now vacation like Carrie Bradshaw herself thanks to Booking.com’s latest offering. Sarah Jessica Parker, the star of Sex and The City and its spinoff, And Just Like That, is giving fans the chance to embark on the two-night getaway of a lifetime to her Hamptons hideaway nestled in Amagansett, Long Island. The property is a charming 1940s beach cottage that features a coast-bound pathway for easy and spontaneous access to one of the most private beaches in the Dunes.
The dreamy escape features an expansive deck surrounded by lush greenery, which looks out to a completely private backyard. “When we designed the space, our goal was to create the property’s close proximity to the beach. We wanted the property to truly feel like a home, so we furnished it with vintage pieces we had collected over the years, and made the backyard a versatile place where we could enjoy summer sunsets, barbecues and fun gatherings,” said Parker.
Guests will be able to relax at her three bedroom cozy hideaway and enjoy a dreamy closet full of footwear from Parker’s luxury line, as well as a fully stocked home bar. “It was designed with love, relaxation and happy times in mind,” she said. Amagansett is full of historical charm infused with a rustic refinement. The area is perfect for those seeking a relaxing getaway with convenience and luxury.
The stay will also include a fully stocked fridge with some of Parker’s favorite snacks, reservations at local restaurants Nick & Toni’s and Lobster Roll, transportation to and from activities, a beach day with all the necessities, a visit to Amber Waves Farm, and a shopping trip in Amagansett Square.
The home will be bookable for a two-night stay taking place Friday, August 26th through Sunday, August 28th, 2022 for just $19.98—the year of her breakout role as Carrie Bradshaw. The stay will become bookable exclusively on Booking.com on Tuesday, August 23, 2022 at 12 p.m. EST on a first-come, first-served basis.