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Aman's Shanghai Surprise

Aman Resorts is opening a hotel just outside Shanghai, its fourth in China, in 2017.

This “renovation like no other” involves saving and transplanting endangered trees and historic buildings dating from the Ming Dynasty and reconstructed by master craftsman. 13 more words

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Aman private jet expeditions return

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Accommodating just eight guests, this expedition aboard a Gulfstream G200 unfolds to reveal Asia’s cradles of civilisation from an utterly unique perspective. 251 more words

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First look at the Amanemu

The latest Aman hotel, the Amanemu hot spring resort, will open tomorrow in Shima, Japan.

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Turks & Caicos: Amanyara


Four years in a row now we have made our annual off season trip to the caribbean islands of Turk & Caicos. The first year we happen to find an exclusive resort called Amanyara and we fell in love ever since. 785 more words

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Aman to debut Japanese resort in March

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Aman Resorts will debut their new property, Amanemu, in March 2016. Overlooking Ago Bay in Japan’s Ise Shima National Park, Aman’s first onsen, or “hot spring resort,” joins the Aman Tokyo as the second Japanese property for the prestigious luxury hotel brand. 66 more words

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Aman appoints Elliot Miller as Director of Sales

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Aman is pleased to announce the appointment of Elliott Miller as Director of Sales, Australia and New Zealand. Representing a first for the company and the importance it places on these key markets, Elliott will be leading sales efforts and activities for Aman in these regions. 242 more words

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A Perfect Day in…Montenegro

Wake up at the Regent Porto Montenegro and enjoy the views over the marina, the bay, and the mountain from your room’s balcony.

The name of this small country (with a population of just over 600,000 and an area similar to Connecticut) literally translates as ‘Black Mountain’ and probably refers to the dark shapes of its thickly forested mountains which the medieval Venetian seafarers saw when sailing along these shores. 698 more words

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