Amanpulo and your wellbeing

True to the spirit of Aman, the safety and wellbeing of our communities has always been a priority. Amanpulo follows the compliance and government mandates, and the comfort of guests and staff are at the forefront of everything we do.

As Amanpulo continues to deliver professional, personalised, genuine and compassionate service, we are aware that we need to continually evaluate, update, and where necessary innovate, our current standards of excellence. We have always prided ourselves on offering guests a generosity of space in our secluded island location amidst abundant nature and fresh air.

Amanpulo is also certified compliant with the Aman Covid-19 Safety Assessment in partnership with SGS, and is pleased to earn the Sharecare VERIFIED™ with Forbes Travel Guide verification that covers over 360 global health security standards. Ensuring the health of each person landing on our shores is the principal strategy for reducing COVID-19 infection rates, along with physical distancing and thor-ough sanitisation. The below details some procedures that  guests can expect during their stay. We hope the following instils comfort and confidence that wellbeing of Amanpulo’s guests and staff is of primary focus.


Amanpulo Lounge, In-Flight, Guest Arrival

  • In order to facilitate contactless check-in, guests are requested to send their online registration form and copies of their IDs to our reservations team at the resort via email ([email protected]) prior to their scheduled flight to the island.
  • International guests allowed entry to the Philippines must follow the travel guidelines in place at the time of their arrival, amongst which are to have a valid and existing visa at the time of entry and a pre-booked accommodation in an accredited quarantine facility followed by a Covid-19 RT-PCR test within the mandated period. Guests are advied to check the most updated travel advisory from the Philippine Bureau of Immigration. 
  • All guests must submit negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test results to our reservations team at the resort via email ([email protected]) at least 4 hours prior to their stay in Amanpulo. The test must be taken no more than 24 hours before their flight to the island.
  • Following the guidelines of the local government unit, pregnant women must be fully vaccinated to be cleared to fly to the island. They must also complete the RT-PCR requirement and pass the health checks at the Manila Lounge.
  • Guests who have taken the RT-PCR test are requested to quarantine from the time they had the swab test taken until their flight to Amanpulo to preserve the integrity of the results.
  • All guests must also pass a health assessment, which is conducted by a physician at the Medical Reception of the Manila Lounge to enable them to board the flight to the island. 
  • Domestic and international guests who have taken commercial flights to Manila must also test negative in the required antigen swab test that will be administered prior to flight, in order to fly to the island. 
  • For those arriving via private plane, health checks will take place upon arrival at the resort.
  • After completing the health protocol, guests will be ushered to the Manila Lounge to await their flight. 
  • Luggage will be thoroughly disinfected before security screening.
  • Disinfecting of cabin and cockpit of the aircraft will be done four hours before each flight from Manila and immediately after passengers alight from the plane in Pamalican.
  • Social distancing consideration will be implemented for the aircraft seating arrangement; please be informed that face masks and shields must be worn for the duration of the flight.
  • Passengers will be given amenity kits consisting of hand sanitiser wipes, gloves and masks.
  • Flight essentials consisting of a pillow, blanket and earplugs will be offered prior to departure and will be packaged for individual use.
  • Upon arrival in Amanpulo, contactless check-in will be implemented.



  • In line with a professional consultation with SGS and Diversey, across our portfolio we have implemented an Aman post-Covid 19 protocol to ensure we are doing our utmost in terms of elevated policies in hygiene and other containment best practices to promote a hygienic and healthy environment for our employees and guests alike.
  • Sanitiser gel or liquid is available in all public areas and re-filled throughout the day.
  • The thorough cleaning of public areas with a focus on disinfecting door handles, lighting switches, and all other high use areas.
  • All Villas and Casitas are sanitised daily with a focus on specific touchpoints within the full room perimeter. To avoid cross contamination, cleaning equipment (sponges, cloths, and similar) are changed with every room.
  • Rooms are refreshed with fresh air by opening windows and doors during servicing.
  • All of the paper collateral has been removed from the rooms. A digital copy of the compendium is available via QR code for mobile phone viewing.
  • On arrival, guests are advised that they can opt to have room linen changed, daily, once every two days or only on request. The same applies to the turndown service, with guests opting to have turndown service, or not. We fully understand that some guests may want less interaction and activity within their room.



  • In restaurants and on terraces, we have reassessed the furniture layout to enable social distancing. In addition, we are using and encouraging outdoor dining options where possible. Tables will be amply spaced apart.
  • All staff has been trained in the health and safety aspects relating to COVID-19. They have also been trained for minimal contact and communication during service.
  • Although we rarely offer buffet-style meals, it is a policy not to have any shared open food displays at this time.
  • We are offering options for more private dining experiences, with menus focusing on wellness options and local produce. Immune booster beverages have been incorporated into non-alcoholic beverage lists.
  • The thorough cleaning and sanitising of all tableware, menus, placemats, salt and pepper shakers take place after each use. Utensils will be placed on the table once the guest is seated
  • Menus are available via QR code to minimize contact. If guests prefer, a one-use paper menu is available
  • In-room dining is served with all food and drinks covered. Guest will be asked where they prefer to have their meal – if inside the casitas or in the veranda, and the staff will practice social distancing. All food and beverage orders will be packaged and covered, food will be seasoned to perfection to do away with salt and pepper shakers.


Spa and Wellness

  • Additional hygiene equipment (sanitiser wipes) are placed next to fitness equipment, with the addition of staff cleaning it after each use.
  • The gym will be strictly limited to no more than four guests.
  • Each wet facility will be limited to one guest/couple at a time, with a 30-minute limit should there be other guests waiting to use it.
  • Each treatment room will be stocked with (PPE) for both guests and employee use. Each room has enough sanitiser and wipes/cleaning supplies to ensure the room is cleaned thoroughly between each use.
  • There is a minimum of 30-minute turnover time between sessions to allow cleaning of each treatment room.
  • The spa lobby is equipped with sanitising amenities to include gloves, masks and sanitiser.
  • Facials are not offered as part of our spa menu unless requested by the guest.
  • Guests will be asked to use the steam and shower facility in their treatment room prior to their treatment.



  • All private activities are limited to five individuals, including driver/boat captain, and/or guide, where applicable.