The new Gurneys Montauk Spa is the latest part of the now ultra luxe Gurneys Montauk resort to get the fabulous treatment. The NY Post is reporting that Gurney’s Montauk‘s new and long awaited Seawater Spa has just capped of an ambitious $20 million facility (a bump up from the previously reported $16 million cost). This is top of the heap type work that could very well make this Montauk spa a true wellness and relaxation destination year round.
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Gurneys Montauk Spa Details
Here are the details from the Jackie Cooperman of the NY Post:
Five years in the planning, the 30,000-square-foot, two-story Montauk spa includes 19 treatment rooms, with two reserved for couples.
The Himalayan salt room features a massage table built out of the prized mineral; its walls are also lined in pure Himalayan salt crystal, said to help breathing difficulties and remove skin impurities.
Other expansive rooms open onto their own private decks, with outdoor showers and bathtubs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, flanked by junipers and boxwoods cleverly placed for privacy.
The spa uses products by Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare and One Ocean Beauty. Facials range from high-performance LED light therapy to New Age options, utilizing amethyst crystals and reiki.
There’s a CBD-infused massage for pain reduction; a seaweed-leaf body wrap and a three-session scalp treatment that promises to create fuller, thicker hair.
In addition to the ocean-fed swimming pool, the new spa has four 12-feet-long pools, the centerpiece of its co-ed bathhouse: a caldarium set to 105 degrees, a 104-degree thermae with a waterfall, and a pair of chilly pools, set to 50 and 57 degrees.
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