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Meticulously designed to frame their natural and urban settings, Aman destinations are renowned for their 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 world’s most diverse landscapes. It is an approach that has changed little since the first ‘place of peace’, Amanpuri, was founded on Phuket’s west coast in 1988, becoming the blueprint for the Aman way of life.

Aman currently embraces 35 hotels, resorts and residence developments in 20 countries, 15 of which are located close to or within Unesco-protected sites. Each reflects the unique cultural heritage of its destination through sensitive design, inspired cuisine and personalised wellness and experiential journeys, with every detail curated for it alone.


Aman Brand Factsheet

Americas & Caribbean

Aman’s destinations in the Americas are designed to be direct and sincere response to their natural surroundings – from the stark, otherworldly spectacle of the Utah desert to the aquamarine splendour of the Caribbean Sea.

Europe & Africa

From the shores of the Aegean to the banks of the Grand Canal, a modern-day Acropolis to a Moroccan oasis, these Aman destinations offer unique perspectives on the diverse landscapes of Europe and North Africa.

India, Sri Lanka & Bhutan

From historic Galle in Sri Lanka and Rajasthan’s natural splendour, to the valleys of Bhutan, each Aman destination is dedicated to providing an unparalleled experience in uniquely beautiful settings.


From the jungle interior of Bali to the hidden paradise shores of Moyo Island, five Aman destinations each provide distinct perspectives on the nation’s nature and culture.

Southeast Asia

Rise at dawn to give alms to saffron-robed monks passing Amantaka; use a former royal residence as a base for exploring Angkor Wat; and rejuvenate in Amanoi's exquisite spa, set by lotus-filled lake.


Discover the family of resorts in the three capitals of Japan: Tokyo, the modern capital; Kyoto, the ancient capital; and Ise Shima, the nation’s spiritual birthplace.


For all the bustle and clamour of modern-day China, Aman promises balance, peace and cultural immersion through four unique properties.

New & Noteworthy

Ever since its first sanctuary opened in 1988, Aman has been making milestones. Entire camphor forests have been saved and art-laced palazzi have been restored. Ryokan-style retreats have emerged and royal residences have been reborn. In the new era, iconic buildings have paved the way for a new style of urban retreat in cities from New York and beyond, all with one purpose of creating above-and-beyond boutique resorts where privacy takes pride of place.