The name Marram pays homage to the wild grass that grows on the surrounding sand dunes.
With a recent renovation and tasty new additions, Marram is the perfect spot for some well-deserved rest and relaxation.
Hues of blue and green from the ocean and surrounding landscape peek through the windows, providing natural light to all of the rooms and suites.
Montauk’s iconic Marram resort welcomes guests back for the season with the debut of two new luxury suites, wellness workshops and a reimagined cocktail program. Inside, the 96-room resort designed by Brooklyn’s The Post Company is now home to a redesigned open-air communal lounge that invites guest into its tranquil oasis. The two new luxury suites bring the outdoors in thanks to an oceanfront balcony for the Terrace Suite and a private dining space for the Garden Suite. With no detail overlooked, design cues from the resort’s standard rooms remain intact, including art from renowned beach and surf photographer Brian Beilmann and minimalist line work from musician and artist Sean Spellman. Equally impressive, the suites also showcase plush linens from Frette, amenities from Le Labo, steam showers, a lounge and kitchen space, and of course breathtaking ocean views for all.
Guest rooms feature clean lines and a neutral aesthetic
Returning this season is the on-site counter-service South American cafe Mostrador Marram. Spearheaded by chefs and restaurateurs Fernando Trocca and Martín Pittaluga, the eatery boasts a seasonally crafted rotating menu, beachfront grilling and fresh homemade pastries. To top it off, guests can also browse the new cocktail menu that pays homage to the flavors of South America for the summer’s sweetest sips. “Our beverage program plays strongly on the soft drink area, with housemade fresh lemonades such as mint and ginger, grapefruit and thyme, and our watermelon and mint,” shares Bridgeton Holdings’ Director of Hospitality Philip Cham. “We also ferment our own kombucha with different flavors according to the season. For our cocktails, we focus on the classics that never go old, and South American specialties such as the Brazilian caipiroska or the famous Cuban mojito.” For wine connoisseurs, Mostrador Marram also offers options from local Long Island wineries alongside Argentinian and Uruguayan natural wines.
Guest room interior details
Outdoor fire pit
On the wellness front, Marram is the ultimate spot for rest and relaxation. With an emphasis on connection to the earth, spiritually and creatively, the resort offers an array of experiences to help get you back on track. If the outdoors are calling your name, take off to Shadmoor State Park’s scenic bluffs with the help from the resort’s guided nature walks, or catch some waves with group or individual lessons led by the world-class Engstrom siblings. For something more spiritual, private energy healing sessions can be taken with Marram’s intuitive healer in residence, Raymond Storms, or go for a personalized tarot reading from Marram’s reader in residence, Diane Ferraro. Other notable mentions? Salt cave therapy healer-led experiences with 8 tons of sustainably mined Himalayan pink salt to ease anxieties, singing bowl sound bath sessions, daily yoga, stargazing expeditions and so much more. 21 Oceanview Terrace, Montauk, 631.668.2050, marrammontauk.com
Photography by: PHOTOS BY HEIDI BRIDGE AND READ MCKENDREE