Gurney’s Renovated Seawater Spa in Montauk Is the Perfect Year-Round Destination

Every summer, New Yorkers and visitors from afar flock to the Hamptons for a season of luxurious relaxation. And in Montauk in particular, what was once a quiet surf town has become a hotspot for jet-setters and partiers (while still giving off an old-school vibe). The upscale Gurney’s resort has been a popular Montauk destination since it was a family-run inn and is credited with helping reinvent the city. Now, the resort is once again turning the page in a bid to make the eastern tip of Long Island a year-round getaway, this time bringing a popular New York gem to the scene.

Renovating during the pandemic, the oceanfront resort unveiled its renovated 30,000-square-foot spa this summer. An important part of the redesign? Four thermal pools created by the architect who designed New York’s AIRE Ancient Baths. Anyone who’s spent time at AIRE knows that the various thermal pools — and even a zero-gravity pool — nestled inside the dark, damp room create the perfect dose of tranquility in bustling TriBeCa. Gurney decided to recreate the AIRE vibe, but with a beach twist.

Gurney’s Montauk

Marine-inspired thermal pools, ranging from 50 degrees to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, sit above a saltwater pool that draws in and filters water straight from the ocean (while also looking at it) . For more happiness, customers can relax in the eucalyptus hammam on heated benches between two dips.

Not only are the pools soothing, but the treatments are just as peaceful. The spa is a one-stop wellness oasis. The menu features facials curated in collaboration with brands such as One Ocean Beauty and Dr. Dennis Gross, as well as deep tissue massages. Additionally, the spa incorporates techniques like halotherapy, which uses Himalayan salt crystals to heal the body and release tension, as well as CBD for pain relief and uplifting massage. There is even a head treatment with a hydrafacial on the scalp to promote healthy hair.

The space is also ultra-luxurious. There’s a cozy waiting room filled with stone and wood paneling in neutral hues (mimicking the natural elements around the spa), which sets the tone for the relaxing treatment to come.

Gurney's Montauk

Gurney’s Montauk

But the real stars of the spa are the outdoor treatment cabins. Each room has a shower, a bathtub and a sitting area with a window overlooking the ocean. Is it better than a massage by the ocean with crashing waves in the background?

Gurney's Montauk

Gurney’s Montauk

Whatever the time of year, Gurney’s new spa is the perfect dose of relaxation to feel refreshed and renewed.

Treatments at Gurney’s Seawater Spa start at $120.

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