From urban sanctuaries and cultural boltholes to beach retreats and secluded desert escapes, Aman’s suites welcome guests to a serenity of space, design and privacy that immediately instills a deep sense of peace and wellbeing. 

Providing a contemplative place to unwind and rejuvenate Aman’s finest suites are destinations unto themselves, utterly in tune with their milieu and the perfect foil to daily life. 

Framing mesmerising views, those close to nature offer private pools, gardens and capacious living and dining areas flowing seamlessly outdoors, while those in cities provide unparalleled access to and refuge from the urban whirl. Impeccably curated with the finest furniture and artwork, combining modern comfort and thoughtful Aman touches to make guests feel completely at home, Aman’s suites are serviced by personal butlers and private chefs, making leaving to explore the resort and world outside entirely optional.


Situated in the historic Crown Building on the corner of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, Aman New York is the result of an impressive transformation of the iconic building, that saw the property restored to its former glory with interiors meticulously designed by Jean-Michel Gathy. The all-suite hotel has amongst the largest and most generously appointed in the city, each one incorporating organic materials. With warm and muted tones used throughout - oak, walnut and aromatic cinnamon woods are featured complementing the metallic architectural elements of bronze, brass, and stainless and blackened steel. In a nod to Aman’s eastern roots, walls are dressed in natural fabrics and daily replenished flower arrangements are inspired by Japan’s Ikebana artform, seamlessly delivering the outside-in.
In recognition of the building’s rich artistic heritage, as the former and first home of the Museum of Modern Art (1929 to 1932), each suite includes a large-scale art mural inspired by the 15th-century masterpiece Pine Trees (Shōrin-zu byōbu) by Hasegawa Tōhaku. One of Japan’s most celebrated works, Pine Trees, owned by the Tokyo National Museum, was designated as a National Treasure in 1952 and is internationally acclaimed. Every suite features lightweight, pivoting louvre-doors that can be angled and moved to continue a seamless flow of space between the bedroom and living areas. The doors include a backlit rice paper panel with a woven motif enabling guests to adjust the ambience via mood lighting. For winter months, a working fireplace in every suite – a first for the city – further delivers warmth and light. Expansive bathrooms offer a free-standing oval bathtub, twin vanities and marble rain shower.

Ideal for families, the 182 square-metres (1,960 square-feet) Corner Suite offers plenty of space with a separate dining area including a table seating six. The suite can be connected to Aman New York’s Studio and Junior Suites creating a three-bedroom space. Providing utmost privacy, the two 188 square-metres (2,025 square-feet) Aman Suites are the largest in the hotel. The two-bedroom configuration offers a separate bedroom with extra-large twin beds. Well-suited for longer stays, the suite also includes a study, bar seating, separate kitchenette and steam shower.


Amanyara basks in unprecedented seclusion on the shores of an 18,000-hectare nature preserve. Overlooking a pristine white sand beach and the turquoise waters of North West Point Marine National Park, the resort offers access to some of the finest scuba-diving and snorkelling in the Turks and Caicos, as well as world class restaurants, superb wellness facilities and activities for the whole family.

Amanyara’s timber-shingled guest pavilions are tucked along the coast or situated slightly inland overlooking tranquil ponds. Dramatic overhanging eaves shade terraces on three sides of each pavilion, accessed via floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a combined bedroom and living area.

Raised approximately six metres (20 feet) above the waterline, the 65 square-metres (700 square-feet) Ocean Cove Pavilion offers direct access to the sea and a private beach. Lie in bed and watch the waves roll in or relax on the deck with sweeping views of the sea. Just a short stroll down a private pathway guests can swim in their own turquoise cove.


Ochre in the morning light, apricot by midday, dazzling pink at dusk, the geology of the Grand Staircase-Escalante couldn’t be more dramatic. Residing in 600 hectares of the Colorado Plateau, Amangiri blends into countless untouched square miles of red rock country. In the last remnant of the truly wild west, this ‘mountain of peace’ is cradled by the greatest concentration of national parks in the United States – a staggering landscape of canyons, mesas, mountains, gorges, rapids and desert, with traces of human life dating back more than 10,000 years.

Housed in two accommodation wings leading from Amangiri’s Central Pavilion into the desert, most of Amangiri’s suites offer their own private plunge pools and rooftop terraces. All claim panoramic desert or mesa views through floor-to-ceiling glass doors and have a clean-lined aesthetic reflecting the luminous qualities of the desert.

The most spectacular of all is the modernist Amangiri Suite, which features a large private lap pool with floating steps, an expansive sun deck with outdoor dining areas, a fire pit around which to gather at night, and a private sky terrace with a large day bed, ideal for relaxing in the sun or stargazing. Magnificent desert views are framed from just about everywhere in this 348 square-metres (3,472 square-feet) oasis.


A sanctuary at the top of the Otemachi Tower, Aman Tokyo’s sleek design is rooted in ritual – a perfect balance of urban dynamism and cultural sensibility. Ikebana displays and engawa platforms blur the boundary between indoors and out; expansive rooms and an Aman Spa are among the city’s largest. The sense of space and breadth of venues is unmatched in the metropolis, allowing Aman Tokyo to identify both as a social hub and serene escape.

Aman Tokyo’s rooms and suites are lofty sanctuaries drawing design inspiration from traditional Japanese residences. Blending wood, washi paper and stone with modern technology and luxurious fabrics, they offer magnificent views encompassing the Imperial Palace Gardens, Tokyo’s Sky Tree and on clear days, Mount Fuji on the horizon.

Positioned in the northwest corner of the Otemachi Tower, the Aman Suites are the largest at 157 square-metres (1,689 square-feet). Each offers an entrance hall with a guest powder room, a spacious bedroom with a king-size bed, and a separate living room with a dining area and open-plan kitchen pantry. The bedroom, free-standing furo bathtub and living room all claim gaze-worthy views through floor-to-ceiling glass 
windows, while traditional washi-paper sliding doors open to reveal the en suite bathroom.


Claiming a breathtaking stretch of the East Balinese coastline overlooking the Lombok Strait, Amankila resides on a lush hillside beneath sacred Mount Agung. Architect Ed Tuttle was inspired by Ujung Water Palace and the property’s graceful buildings are connected by frangipani-lined walkways through the treetops. Stilted suites rest high on the hillside with spectacular sea views, a three-tier infinity pool cascades at the property’s heart, and down on the shore, the Beach Club leads to a private sandy beach.

Amankila’s free-standing suites all feature thatched roofs and are designed as beach houses with a twist. Each has a large bedroom with picture windows, a spacious ensuite bathroom with a deep soaking marble bathtub, and an expansive wraparound terrace.

The most breathtaking suites of all are the three Infinity Pool Suites, all slightly different in layout, each set high on the hillside overlooking the Lombok Straight. Boasting 9-metre infinity-edged private swimming pools that seemingly merge with the sea, these 160 square-metres (1,722 square-feet) suites also claim serene mountain views.


Named ‘Peaceful Soul’ for the serenity, privacy and beauty of its setting in Central Java’s cultural heartland, Amanjiwo overlooks the Unesco World Heritage Site of Borobudur, one of Buddhism’s most sacred Mahayana temples. Perfectly placed for exploring the region’s historic, artistic and cultural highlights, or for simply relaxing in blissful surroundings, the Ed Tuttle-designed resort lies at the foot of the Menoreh Hills, cascading gracefully from a lofty rotunda down the hillside.

Inspired by Borobudur, Amanjiwo’s suites feature four-pillar king-size beds on raised terrazzo platforms and spacious garden terraces with lounging pavilions. Views include terraced farmland and the Menoreh Hills, or the valley and Borobodur itself.

Set amid rice paddies with its own private butler and magnificent views of Borobudur, the Dalem Jiwo Suite offers two bedroom pavilions and 1,200 square-metres (12,917 square-feet) of living space, as well as a private 15-metre (49-foot) swimming pool overlooked by a spectacular central living rotunda. A wraparound terrace and two lounging bales complete the outdoor areas, while a private entrance ensures complete seclusion.


Set in one of the city’s eight, great monumental palazzos on the Grand Canal, Aman Venice embodies all that is sumptuous and sensuous about La Serenissima – but while its frescoed interiors sate appetites for grandeur, they invoke balance and harmony too. Rococo works of art are offset by the contemporary restraint of Jean-Michel Gathy interiors; two private gardens and year-round wellness encourage calming introspection.

Aman Venice’s rooms, almost all with beautiful views of the Grand Canal, vary in size and configuration and feature works by a number of Italy’s greatest artists. Contemporary furnishings complement authentic silk wall coverings, chandeliers, wood panelling, chinoiserie and painted ceilings.

The 103 square-metres (1,108 square-feet) Alcova Tiepolo Suite offers a spacious sitting room and bedroom with remarkable 18th-century frescoes by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. Described as "the greatest decorative painter of 18th-century Europe" Tiepolo's theatrical frescoes reflect Rococo style. Tall windows offer elegant views overlooking the Garden Terrace.


Amanzoe offers access to a wilder Greece – a place of pure nature, where time stands still. Scattered with Unesco-protected ruins, the undiscovered Peloponnese has been at the heart of Greek culture for millennia, and it is here that Amanzoe has made its hilltop home, a modern-day Acropolis from which 360-degree views encompass olive groves, Aegean blue and little else.

Situated on the hillside, every one of Amanzoe’s free-standing guest pavilions features its own private swimming pool and exquisite views. But for those who want to be closer to the water, Amanzoe’s four Beach Cabanas are located directly on the beach, just a short stroll from the resort’s expansive Beach Club.

Perfectly positioned to watch boats making their way to secret coves and the nearby islands of Spetses and Hydra, each 250 square-metres (2,690 square-feet) Beach Cabana provides a spacious bedroom and bathroom and offers its own private swimming pool set into an expansive terrace with direct access to the beach. Guests can swim in the tranquil waters, explore the Aegean coastline by boat all from the privacy of their own beach side enclave.


Aman was founded in 1988 with the vision of building a collection of intimate retreats with the unassuming, warm hospitality of a gracious private home. The first, Amanpuri (place of peace), in Phuket, Thailand, introduced the concept and, since then, Aman has grown to encompass 34 exquisitely serene hotels and resorts in 20 destinations across the world, with a further nine projects in the pipeline. In such spectacular settings, Aman has honed its offering with its transformative influence on mind, body and spirit through harmoniously designed environments transporting guests out of their everyday lives. Twelve properties also offer private branded Residences: sanctuaries that go beyond commonplace notions of luxury allowing a select few to make the Aman way of life a permanent reality.

In recent years, Aman has grown to offer its coveted lifestyle beyond the parameters of its havens. In 2018, the introduction of Aman Skincare continued the brand’s holistic influence, offering beautiful, scented formulas using powerful all-natural ingredients and inspired by Aman Spas. The introduction of Sva – a range of supplements designed to help maintain optimum health – and Aman Fine Fragrance in 2020 continued this journey, bringing Aman into the comfort of home. This sentiment was echoed in 2021, with the arrival of a new retail collection, The Essentials by Aman, comprising timeless ready-to-wear pieces that answer the needs of every Aman guest.

With innovation a cornerstone of the brand’s philosophy, in 2020 Aman welcomed a new hotel brand, Janu – meaning ‘soul’ in Sanskrit. Janu offers a unique take on hospitality where genuine human interaction, playful expression and social wellness are at the core of the experience. Janu aims to bring balance to the head and heart and rekindle the soul. Three forthcoming Janu hotels are already under construction: Tokyo; AlUla in Saudi Arabia and Montenegro.



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