Aman opens doors to discovery, pursuing the limits of cultural enlightenment and pioneering experiences in locations both remote and urban.

Meticulously designed to frame their natural setting, Aman destinations are renowned for space and privacy. Each welcomes guests as if to the home of a close friend, instilling a sense of belonging thousands of miles from home. Today, embracing 30 resorts, hotels and residences across 20 countries, Aman explores the world, discovering rare locations that embody historical and natural provenance.

Throughout, many principles have remained unchanged since 1988 when Adrian Zecha built a private retreat on Phuket’s west coast for the pleasure of a few friends. He named it Amanpuri, meaning ‘place of peace’, and Aman was born.

Looking to the future, Aman will continue to conceive transformative experiences in new and unparalleled locations.


Since Amanpuri opened in Phuket, Thailand, Aman has established destinations in Bhutan (Amankora, 2004), Cambodia (Amansara, 2002), China (Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing, 2008; Amanfayun, 2010; Amandayan, 2015), France (Aman Le Mélézin, 1992), Greece (Amanzoe, 2012), India (Aman-i-Khás, 2003 and Amanbagh, 2005), Indonesia (Amandari, 1989; Amanusa and Amankila, 1992; Amanwana, 1993 and Amanjiwo, 1997), Italy (Aman Venice, 2013), Laos (Amantaka, 2009), Montenegro (Aman Sveti Stefan, 2008), Morocco (Amanjena, 2000), Philippines (Amanpulo, 1993), Sri Lanka (Amangalla and Amanwella, 2005), Turkey (Amanruya, 2011), Turks & Caicos Islands (Amanyara, 2006), USA (Amangani, 1998 and Amangiri, 2009), Vietnam (Amanoi, 2013) and now Japan (Aman Tokyo, 2014). Amanera will open in the Dominican Republic in the last quarter of 2015, and Amanemu in Shima, Japan will open in the first quarter of 2016.


Chairman – Vladislav Doronin
Chief Executive Officer – Olivier Jolivet
Chief Marketing Officer – Lisa Bovio
Chief Financial Officer – Michel Checoury
General Counsel – Jonathan Cole