A tip-to-toe overhaul of this beachside hotel brings a dose of South American onda to the South Fork of Long Island. Flanked by the courtyard’s diligently manicured dunes and wild grass, the 96 guest rooms convey the surrounding landscape with neutral palettes, Suar wood stools reclaimed from fishing boats, and textured plaster walls hand-finished using a Moroccan Tadelakt technique. Subtle artworks such as surf photographer Brian Bielmann’s black-and-white prints and minimalist paintings by musician and artist Sean Spellman mesh with the pared-down aesthetics.
OPENING SHOT: THE SPIRIT OF JOSE IGNACIO PERVADES A MONTAUK GETAW
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