For generations to come

For generations to come

Sensitively integrated into their surroundings, Aman’s Villas are purposely designed to provide the comfort of home without the pressures that come with it. Here, timeless architecture combines with consummate privacy creating space and freedom for guests to savour time with loved ones, share extraordinary experiences in astonishing natural settings, and make treasured memories together.

The timeless design of Aman Villas

Architecturally ambitious and in tune with their environment, Aman Villas are united by the extraordinary levels of space, unparalleled seclusion, and dedicated service they offer, with private chefs, personal butlers, babysitters, yoga instructors and spa therapists all on hand to ensure guests are free to focus on the pleasures of the present moment.


Pagoda pavilions in Turks & Caicos


Amanyara’s shoreline Villas fuse the aesthetics of Asia with the airy, easygoing character of the Caribbean. With between two and six bedrooms in standalone pavilions set around private pools, they are tailor-made for families of any size.

Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston is the legendary architect behind this high-drama resort framed by the Caribbean, with black infinity pools and reflecting ponds providing unforgettable backdrops to family experiences.

Throughout the resort, Gathy’s focus is the seamless integration of indoor and outdoor living, with shaded alfresco dining areas and expansive pool terraces accessed via floor-to-ceiling glass doors. Open to fragrant, balmy breezes, bathed in sunshine, and with views of lush jungle gardens and the bright turquoise waters of North West Point Marine National Park, the Villas immerse their guests in nature.

Master new sports such as kitesurfing, deep-sea fishing with the help of trained instructors, spend time at the spa or on the beach, while children are entertained with daily programmes of age-targeted activities at the Nature Discovery Centre, designed to bring awareness to the area’s precious environment. Book the cinema for family movie nights or plan a celebration for the whole family on the sand, or beside the Villa’s private pool.


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Private-island perfection in the Philippines

In Amanpulo’s 16 Villas, the great Filipino architect Francisco ‘Bobby’ Mañosa honoured and refined the hallmarks of bahay kobo – the Philippines’ traditional village dwellings – harnessing natural materials including wood, marble and stone to create luxurious dwellings with vaulted ceilings, clean-lined interiors and a breezy castaway feel.

Scattered along the beachfront, nestled among the treetops and perched on the hillside overlooking the Sulu Sea, the one-to-four-bedroom Villas are positioned for optimum privacy, ensuring guests can enjoy the blissful isolation of a true desert-island retreat.

Memory-making opportunities abound. ​While parents roam the island from hilltop spa to secret jungle grove picnic spots, younger guests are invited to Amanpulo’s Kids Club, where children learn about local flora and fauna, plant trees, and engage in pizza-making classes with the Executive Chef, using ingredients from the organic garden.


Nature-framed Vietnamese pavilions

Amanoi’s Residences stand at the threshold of two worlds: the serene emerald wilderness of the hills and the deep blue mystery of the bay. With up to five bedrooms in freestanding pavilions, each Residence is arranged around a large infinity pool with an extensive sea-view wooden deck, promising families and groups of friends unparalleled private space to relax and entertain and celebrate in a spellbinding natural setting. Jean-Michel Gathy’s design masterfully blends timeless modernity with a nod to Vietnamese architectural heritage, translating traditional styles and motifs into a refined modern elegance that contrasts engagingly with the rugged boulder-strewn landscape all around.

The tranquil atmosphere of the Residences is the ideal restorative after a day of activity and adventure. Amanoi is the starting point for back-to-basics coastal treks, challenging mountain ascents and bike rides, snorkelling expeditions and watersports thrills. Younger guests can learn to fish or cook, try their hand at archery or arts and crafts, and then settle down under the stars for movie nights in the open air.

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Sea-view sanctuaries in the Peloponnese

Inspired by the colonnaded architecture of Classical Greece, the late Ed Tuttle designed Amanzoe and its Villas to break down the barriers between indoors and out, guaranteeing residents uninterrupted views of the sea and the undulating landscape of olive groves and hills. With up to six bedrooms set in landscaped gardens and around a private infinity pool, Villas offer even the largest of groups expansive living space that combines unpunctured privacy with a sense of openness and flow. For 2021, Amanzoe has introduced a new two-bedroom Villa, ideal for small families or couple travelling together.

Tailored activities are available for Villa guests of all ages and ability levels, from family tennis clinics and junior yoga to Watsu spa therapies therapy or boat trips to the Aegean Islands. Explore the islands, pristine beaches and ancient towns along this famous stretch of coastline aboard one of Amanzoe’s high-speed crafts. For children, Ancient Greece-inspired games include a mini Olympics and sports competitions – play Hercules in a tug o’war, or search for Odysseus’ treasure around the resort. Those interested in arts and crafts can try ancient Greek jewellery workshops, while littlest ones are enchanted by tales from mythology.


Ancient culture close to Shanghai

The Antique Villas of Amanyangyun are portals to the past, offering families not just an extraordinary standard of living but a unique immersion into Chinese heritage. The result of a remarkable 15-year conservation project in collaboration with Kerry Hill Architects, the 13 sensitively restored and updated Ming and Qing dynasty villas stand in a forest of rescued camphor trees at the edge of Shanghai.

Above the doors, historic engravings tell the stories of former occupants, and inside, contemporary nature-inspired touches are juxtaposed with carefully preserved Chinese artefacts. To stay here is to forge a palpable connection across the centuries.

Dedicated to Chinese art forms and the pursuit of knowledge, the Nan Shufang cultural centre is a modern-day recreation of the scholars’ studios of 17th-century China’s literati.

Here at the heart of the resort, groups have a private space to learn traditional crafts such as calligraphy, music or painting. ​With a focus on discovery through the arts, Amanyangyun also houses the dramatic subterranean art space of Chinese-American fashion designer Han Feng and her private collection of Chinese contemporary art.

Spirituality and serenity in Minka country homes 


In the forested hills beside Ago Bay, in Japan’s spiritual heartland of Ise-Shima, Amanemu is a true bastion of serenity – a place where groups can truly get away and disconnect from reality. Its four two-bedroom Villas – including the new Tsuki Villa – were designed by Kerry Hill Architects to reference Japan's traditional minka house style, integrating interior and exterior with living areas and bedroom pavilions that open onto expansive verandas with daybeds to admire the garden greenery or the panoramic bay view.

The Villas are all connected to the region’s mineral-rich hot springs, so each features indoor and outdoor onsen baths – ideal for families or small groups seeking to realign mind, body and soul, while being immersed by the beauty of nature.

Dating back to the third century, Ise Jingu – otherwise known as Ise Grand Shrine – is one of the most sacred sites in Japan. From Amanemu, explore the shrine with an expert guide, donning a traditional kimono to witness morning prayers and the ritual dance to the deities, and enter spaces in the sanctuary that few visitors ever see. Also accessible, the Unesco-listed Kumano Kodo pilgrimage routes connect sacred sites across the region’s captivating countryside, and have been in use for more than a millennium.


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Culinary adventures in Phuket


The original Aman resort, Amanpuri redefined modern resort design, as Wallpaper* magazine recently put it, and the late Ed Tuttle’s now-iconic pitched-rooftops and elegantly minimal interpretation of traditional temple architecture set a template for the look of the modern Thai villa that is still influential today. ‘I believe in tranquillity and order,’ Tuttle once said, ‘rhythm is what makes something beautiful.’

Tranquillity, order, rhythm and beauty are all abundant in Amanpuri’s Villas, which are ensconced in greenery at the very tip of the peninsula, many with access to a private patch of beach. Ranging from one to nine bedrooms, Villas are suited to groups of all sizes, and ideal for extended family celebrations, with facilities and activities for every age from toddler to teenager and beyond.

Anchored in Phuket, embark on a gastronomic journey around the world, delving into the authentic culinary traditions of Thailand, Japan, Italy and the Mediterranean with Thai cooking masterclasses for the whole family. Intimate private banquets can be set up in the Villa’s outdoor dining sala; and barbecues by candlelight in a secluded spot on Pansea Beach are what holidays are made for.


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Indonesian escapades

In an archipelago of more than 17,500 islands, experience the look, feel and tastes of a nation of hundreds of ethnic groups, extraordinary historic sites, and a plethora of distinct regional cuisines, shaped by local ingredients and international influences from near and far.

A multi-stop journey to Aman’s destinations in the region unlocks the full variety of this extraordinary island world, leaving travellers young and old with a multitude of memories to treasure.

On the east coast, in the late Ed Tuttle-designed Amankila, the two-bedroom Amankila Suite offers private butler service, a large outdoor terrace, and an aquamarine-tiled pool – the perfect retreat for families seeking coastal seclusion. As the sun’s first rays light up the majestic Mount Agung and the rice terraces of the Buitan Valley in the west and the simmering Lombok Strait in the east, relax in our open-air bale atop Tamansari Hill and enjoy a delicious home cooked breakfast served by your own personal waiter.

In the south of Bali, The all-villa retreat of Aman Nusa Dua was designed by Kerry Hill as a calm palm-shaded paradise, where the three- to six-bedroom villas are set around a private pool terrace, each with individual libraries and open-air dining spaces for up to 10 people.

A short flight from Bali in Central Java, Amanjiwo’s Dalem Jiwo Suite is set among the rice paddies with its own private entrance, and two freestanding pavilions each with king-sized four-poster beds. On 8–10 July, the resort invites guests to taste the artisanal cuisine of Java with a calendar of celebratory dining events and culinary experiences.

‘Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes memory.’

– Georges Duhamel

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