Facing the waves of the Atlantic, Marram is this new hotel which combines resourcing lifestyle and wild nature. All just a stone's throw from New York.
To escape the frenzy of New York, its ambitious wildlife has a habit of taking refuge on the East Coast. Less known than the Hamptons, but just as popular, Montauk is this small fishing village, transformed over the years into a boho eldorado and surf haven, which attracts more and more travelers. No wonder when we know that it teems with restaurants in the water, wild beaches, art galleries, yoga studios ... But also and especially small hotels full of charm. The last one? Marram who went to settle in front of the Atlantic Ocean and whose art of living already has everything to seduce.
The new Marram hotel in Montauk
Designed and owned by the Bridgeton Group (already behind the Walker Greenwich in New York), the venue has been designed to blend in perfectly with its surrounding nature, thanks to its bright color palette (sand-white-brown) and organic materials: white oak beams, textured walls, hand-woven carpets, Suar wood furniture retrieved from old fishing boats ... The 96 rooms, most of which contemplate the sea horizon, are real minimalist cocoons decorated with surfers' photos captured by Brian Bielmann.
On the ground floor, visitors also enjoy a large swimming pool (heated) that opens onto the beach. Or a South American café led by the duo of chefs Fernando Trocca and Martín Pittaluga (passed behind the furnaces of Parador La Huella in Uruguay, ranked among the 50 best restaurants in the world). The menu oscillates between seasonal salads, grilled meats and homemade pastries. He even offers, occasionally evenings paella and asado.
Focused on well-being, the hotel develops, each day, a pleasing program aimed at reconnecting its good energies to the elements: sunrise meditation, wellness workshop, yoga, guided walks in the surrounding countryside and the dunes but also surf lessons. The less athletic, can attend sessions of halotherapy (therapy with sea salt) or offer in-room massages. And the evenings end there almost always, by the fireside, to grill smores. What more?
Journalist : Jade Simon for Vogue
Website : https://www.marrammontauk.com