Gurney’s Resorts Expands its Portfolio, Adds Second Montauk Property

To those who are raring to take their boats out onto the water this year, we have good news for you. Gurney’s Resorts is expanding its portfolio with a third resort: The Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina. Going forward, the Long Island institution will be rebranded as Gurney’s Montauk Yacht Club & Resort. Guests can expect an immediate upgrade to the resort experience, with a notable change being the food and beverage outlets, which are now under the supervision of LDV Hospitality (the company behind Scarpetta Beach in the Hamptons and Scarpetta NoMad).

This winter, it will undergo a $13 million, property-wide renovation. All 107 guestrooms, ballroom, meeting rooms, three restaurants and 35-acre marina and grounds will be upgraded and completed in time for the 2019 season.

Gurney’s Montauk Yacht Club & Resort is currently the largest marina in the Hamptons and Gurney's second resort in Montauk.

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Additionally, the brand’s flagship property, Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa, will debut a redesigned Beach Club, set on its private 2,000-foot private beach, this summer. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, guests can also experience beachside pop-ups from brands including The Daily Edited, Kendra Scott and Top Shop and wellness pop-ups from Y7, LIFTED by Holly Rillinger and modelFIT. 

Gurney’s Newport debuted in 2017 with 257 renovated guestrooms, four restaurants, numerous pools, a spa and fitness center.

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