ALL YEAR ROUND
Aman opens doors to discovery in exceptional locations, both remote and urban.
Meticulously designed to frame their natural settings, Aman destinations are renowned for space and privacy. Each welcomes guests as if to the home of a close friend, instilling a sense of peace and belonging amid some of the most diverse natural and historical landscapes.
It is an approach that has changed little since 1988 when the first retreat was built on Phuket’s west coast. It was named Amanpuri, meaning ‘place of peace’, and Aman was born.
Today, embracing 31 resorts, hotels, and private residences in 20 countries, Aman continues to seek out transformative experiences and awe-inspiring locations around the world.
The first Aman resort and the brand’s flagship property with a secluded white-sand beach and an Aman Spa.
- Getting there: 30-min drive from Phuket International Airport
- Accommodation: 40 Pavilions
- Residences: 44 Residences with two to nine bedrooms
Resort details: Aman Spa, two swimming pools, new Japanese restaurant ‘Nama’, new South American Lounge, Thai and Italian restaurants, bar, beach club, library, boardroom, boutique, gym, Pilates/yoga studio and tennis, as well as golf, shopping, seasonal water sports, cruising, sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling, waterskiing and scuba diving.
SIEM REAP, KINGDOM OF CAMBODIA
A modernist residence first built for guests of King Norodom Sihanouk, 10 minutes from Unesco-listed Angkor.
- Getting there: 15-min drive from Siem Reap Airport
- Accommodation: 24 Suites
Resort details: two swimming pools, dining room, roof terrace, library, gallery and spa, as well as tours of Angkor and Tonle Sap Lake, house talks and excursions, biking, Khmer cooking, helicopter tours, temple excursions, yoga and meditation.
LUANG PRABANG, LAOS
Set on a large garden estate in the Unesco–protected town of Luang Prabang, featuring an Aman Spa.
- Getting there: 10-min drive from Luang Prabang Airport
- Accommodation: 24 Suites
Resort details: swimming pool, dining room, Aman Spa, library, gym, yoga studio, tennis court, boutique and art
gallery. Tours of Luang Prabang, floral temple offering, bun festival, Kuang Si waterfall and bear sanctuary tour,
boat trips, elephant rides, cooking classes, baci ceremony and Lao dinner, and Lao textiles and weaving.
PAMALICAN ISLAND, PHILIPPINES
Set on its own private island in the Sulu Sea, with a
white–sand beach and an Aman Spa.
- Getting there: 70-min flight from Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport
- Accommodation: 42 Casitas
- Residences: 11 Residences with up to four bedrooms, all with pools
Resort details: swimming pool, restaurant, bar, beach and lagoon clubs, windsurf hut and picnic grove, sea sports hut, dive centre, Kawayan pontoon bar, West Villa clubhouse, Aman Spa, library, tennis courts, boutique and galleries, medical services, as well as wedding blessings, sailing, fishing, cruises, snorkelling, cycling, nature walks, bird watching, turtle hatching and stargazing.
VINH HY BAY, VIETNAM
A clifftop, beachside resort with an Aman Spa and two Spa Houses, embraced by Nui Chua National Park.
- Getting there: 75-min drive from Cam Ranh Airport
- Accommodation: 13 Pavilions, 6 Villas, 2 Spa Houses
- Residences: 5 Residences
Resort details: two swimming pools, restaurant, bar, Aman Spa with two Spa Houses, library, gym, yoga pavilion, Pilates studio, tennis courts, beach club, boutique and art gallery, as well as scuba diving, snorkelling, kayaking, Hobie cats, cooking classes, fishing village tours and tours/picnics at Núi Chúa National Park.
UBUD, BALI, INDONESIA
Elevated above rice paddies and the Ayung River Gorge, just outside Bali’s artistic centre of Ubud.
- Getting there: 60-min drive from Denpasar Airport
- Accommodation: 31 suites, one 3 bedroom Amandari Villa
Resort details: swimming pool, restaurant, bar, library, boutique and gallery, tennis, gym and spa with
massage and beauty treatments, as well as yoga, trekking, biking, shopping, golf, rafting and cultural visits to museums, temples, morning markets and Balinese ceremonies.
MANGGIS, BALI, INDONESIA
A clifftop resort, backed by Mount Agung, with sea views, an iconic three–tier pool and a private black–sand beach.
- Getting there: 90-min drive from Denpasar International Airport
- Accommodation: 32 Suites and 1 Amankila Suite with two bedrooms
Resort details: three-tier pool, restaurant, library, beach club, private beach, boutique, spa and yoga, plus
windsurfing, kayaks, boogie boards, Hobie cats, outriggers, cycling, nature treks, diving, snorkelling and cruise trips.
BOROBUDUR, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA
A resort overlooking the Unesco World Heritage Site of Borobudur on the Kedu Plain, ringed by four dormant volcanoes.
- Getting there: 60-min drive from Yogyakarta Airport
- Accommodation: 30 Suites and 1 Dalem Jiwo Suite with two bedrooms
Resort details: swimming pool, restaurant, bar, library, art room, pool club, gym suite, tennis courts, boutique and spa
services, as well as cultural discovery, trekking, Borobudur tours, golf, art galleries, museums and shopping
MOYO ISLAND, INDONESIA
Luxury tents located on the nature reserve island of Moyo.Getting there: 45-min flight from Denpasar International Airport to Sumbawa, 45-min boat transfer from Sumbawa.
Accommodation: 20 Tents
Resort details: dining room, bar, library, music pavilion, boardwalk, dive centre, jungle cove spa, gift shop and wireless internet, as well as diving, snorkelling, nature excursions, cruising expeditions on Amanikan and Amandira, fishing and kayaking.