Need to know
96, including two suites.
11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 4pm.
In your downtime you can play cornhole in Marram’s courtyard, or ask staff to point out the local sea and birdlife – they have a keen eye for this sort of thing.
Each year after Thanksgiving the hotel is closed until the end of April.
At the hotel
Private beach, bikes to borrow, high-speed WiFi. In rooms: Nespresso machine, Kassatex beach and pool towels, minibar, bottled water, air-conditioning and Le Labo bath products.
Our favourite rooms
All rooms are dressed in the same style, with soothing hues of cream and white with the odd flash of terracotta, pale wooden beams and tadelakt walls – and the Noguchi sculptures, handwoven jute rugs and art by Sean Spellman and Brian Mielmann make them feel more homey. However, we like the Beachfront King for its Atlantic-view private balcony and a seating area with a day-bed to stretch out on.
The outdoor heated, chlorinated pool is on the beachfront, so you can choose between paddling in the water or the waves. Burnt-orange sunloungers sit around the sides shaded by umbrellas and attendants are quick on the drawer with towels and drink orders.
No need to bring beach towels; each room has a smart Kassatex set to use. Barefoot luxury is the style here, but you’ll need comfy shoes for hiking nearby.
The Dune King and Double Queen rooms are both ADA accessible with adapted bathrooms and special communication kits for guests with hearing issues; however some public spaces can be trickier to navigate.
Kids are welcome although this is a laidback, grown-up kinda stay. Children over the age of one are counted as an extra guest and charged US$25 a night. Book a ground-floor room for fewer stairs to navigate.
The hotel has a healthy respect for Mother Nature. Food is foraged, sought at local farms and wild fished. Tadelakt walls and concrete floors keep rooms cool in summer and reduce energy consumption, as do low E-glass windows. Marram also works with the Save the Waves foundation, participating in beach clean-ups and conservation education.