A cool place with simple and discreet luxury
Overlooking the waterfront, the Marram hotel is located just a few steps from Terrace Beach, one of the best-known surf spots in the United States.
Formerly the Atlantic Terrace hotel, the building which belongs to the hospitality group Bridgeton Hotel Company has been renovated in collaboration with Studio Tack. Opened in summer 2019, Marram is named after the wild grass that grows on the property’s sand dunes. The facade of the hotel is clad in aged cedar wood allowing for integration in perfect harmony with the environment.
The hotel has 96 minimalist rooms designed like a seaside summer surf cottage. Interiors feature a soft and warm color palette, ceilings with white oak panels and beams, walls covered with hand-textured plaster, and smooth concrete floors. The rooms are fitted with wood furnishings, including unique pieces of solid Suar wood from old homes and fishing boats, Isamu Noguchi washi paper lanterns, In Residence hand-woven and dyed natural jute rugs, ceramic bedside lamps, and finely twisted jute suspensions. There are also unique artworks; abstract canvases by artist Sean Spellman and black and white surf photographs by Brian Bielmann. Rooms have balconies with views on the Atlantic Ocean, or views on the central courtyard space with fireplaces and adirondack chairs. Bathrooms look and feel of an oceanside outdoor shower, with exposed piping, marble sinks, and Le Labo bath products.
Mostrador Marram, the hotel’s café, open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks, serves South American dishes using local produce from Amagansett’s Amber Waves farm. An outdoor pool, yoga classes, guided nature walks, and surf lessons are available.
With its laid-back vibe, Marram is an ideal retreat for surfers and getaway-seekers alike.
We love Marram for:
Surf lodge style decoration
On the seaside
Double room from 170 € per night during low season.
Extra charges for breakfast.