Aman opens doors to discovery in exceptional locations, both remote and urban. Meticulously designed to frame their natural settings, Aman destinations are renowned for 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 most diverse natural and historical landscapes.
It is an approach that has changed little since 1988 when Adrian Zecha built a retreat on Phuket’s west coast to share with those closest to him. He named it Amanpuri, meaning ‘place of peace’, and Aman was born.
Today, embracing 31 resorts, hotels, and private residences in 20 countries, Aman continues to seek out transformative experiences and awe-inspiring locations around the world.
Situated on a gentle rise surrounded by undulating olive groves, Amanzoe’s 360-degree views take in the Peloponnese countryside and rocky coves. The resort is within easy reach of a wealth of archaeological sites and bustling Porto Heli.
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), Japan (Aman Tokyo, 2014), Dominican Republic (2015), Amanemu in Shima, Japan (2016) and now a fourth destination in China, which will open in 2017.