BY ELISE TAYLOR | Marram, which takes over Montauk’s old Atlantic Terrace, describes their vibe as “barefoot luxury.” It’s apparent from the movement you arrive. The buildings are built of weathered cedar. Burnt orange umbrellas, white chaise lounges, wood beach chairs, cornhole boards, and fire pits—complete with homemade marshmallows and roasting sticks—dot the beachgrass-filled courtyard. (“Marram” is the English name for the plant normally found on dunes.) A pathway waltzes through the center straight to the Atlantic Ocean, open to guests and the public alike.
MONTAUK’S NEWEST HOTEL BRINGS A BIT OF PEACE OUT EAST
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