When reassessing travel in a post-COVID-19 world, it is important to go back to Aman’s roots as the pioneer in this ultra-luxury and niche segment of hideaway resorts.
Following these unprecedented times, and as we begin a phased reopening of its resorts, Aman look to the future with optimism and gratitude for all they have learned and how we can evolve. Taking all appropriate steps in line with guidelines from the World Health Organisation and government authorities according to each location, Aman is poised to welcome guests who, when the time is right, will return to our serene hideaways which have been adapted in practice, but unchanged in spirit.
Aman was founded in 1988 with the vision of building a collection of intimate retreats – each with the unassuming, warm hospitality of a gracious private home. The first, Amanpuri (meaning place of peace) in Phuket, Thailand, established the concept, and since then Aman has grown to encompass 32 unique hotels and resorts in 20 inspiring destinations across the world, with a further eight coming soon, taking the brand to 40 resorts in 22 countries.
Earth’s remotest destinations are often its most beautiful, and it is in these sacred spaces that Aman shaped its retreats as culturally integrated sanctuaries not just for guests, but for staff and neighbouring communities. From the lofty peaks of Bhutan to the legendary reefs of Indonesia’s Flores Sea, Aman’s peaceful sanctuaries are far removed from daily life, providing the seclusion, privacy and wellbeing for which the brand is revered.
When reassessing travel in a post-COVID-19 world, it is important to go back to Aman’s roots as the pioneer in this ultra-luxury and niche segment of hideaway resorts. In numerous ways, the generosity of space and efforts to slow down time, have always been firmly ingrained in Aman’s DNA, from the architecture and design of standalone pavilions with private pools, to the low room count and subtle service which now makes the brand a blueprint for the future of travel. In navigating this new world, we will continue to place our guests and staff at the centre of everything that we do and feel safe in the knowledge that guests will find their sanctuary, a sense of calm and familiarity in our ‘places of peace’. That is the enduring spirit of Aman.
Planned reopening dates (which may be subject to change)
Europe & Africa
- Aman Venice (Italy) – 18 June
- Amanzoe (Greece) – 18 June
- Amanruya (Turkey) – Opened 6 June
- Aman Sveti Stefan (Montenegro) – 1 July
- Amanjena (Morocco) – July (date TBC)
- Aman Le Melezin – 11 Dec
USA & Caribbean
- Amangiri (USA) – Opened 21 May
- Camp Sarika (USA) – 1 July
- Amangani (USA) – Opened 1 June
- Amanera (Dominican Republic) – 1 July
- Amanyara (Turks & Caicos) – 24 July
- Amanpuri (Thailand) – Villas remained open throughout. Hotel reopens – 1 July
- Aman Tokyo (Japan) – 1 July
- Amanemu (Japan) – Opened 1 June
- Aman Kyoto (Japan) – Remained open throughout
- Amanoi (Vietnam) – Remained open throughout
- Amansara (Cambodia) – Remained open throughout
- Amantaka (Laos) – 1 July
- Amanpulo (Philippines) – 26 June
- Amangalla (Sri Lanka) – 1 August
- Amanwella (Sri Lanka) – 1 August
- Amanbagh (India) – 1 September
- Aman-i-Khas (India) – 1 October
- Amankora (Bhutan) – TBC
- Amanjiwo (Indonesia) – 19 June
- Amandari (Indonesia) – 1 July
- Amankila (Indonesia) – 1 July
- Aman Villas at Nusa Dua (Indonesia) – 1 July
- Amanwana (Indonesia) – 1 August
- Amanyangyun (China) – Open
- Amanfayun (China) – Open
- Aman Summer Palace (China) – Open
- Amandayan (China) – Open
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