Aman Nai Lert Bangkok has announced its opening in the third quarter of this year, continuing the brand’s mission to bring the revered Aman DNA of peace, sanctuary, exceptional design, service and privacy to the urban destinations.
Nestled in Nai Lert Park’s expansive tropical gardens, Aman Nai Lert Bangkok comprises a 52-suite Aman hotel, inclusive of an expansive (1,500m2) Aman Wellness, an omakase restaurant, a teppanyaki restaurant and jazz bar, plus Arva Aman’s signature Italian dining concept, as well as 39 Aman branded residences, situated on floors 11-36.
Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston, Aman Nai Lert Bangkok sees the brand’s signature design aesthetic combined with traditional Thai influences to draw connection to the local heritage and history of its setting. Within this overarching concept, the design draws upon the rich tapestry of influences at Nai Lert Park Heritage Home, as well as the intangible energy of to create a contemporary urban sanctuary amidst Nai Lert Park’s eight-acre private oasis.
Nai Lert Park Development recently marked the vertical completion of 36-storey hotel and residences. A ceremonial topping-off ceremony was held on the rooftop, 141.35m above Bangkok.
Fun fact: Aman was founded in 1988, with the flagship resort, Amanpuri (place of peace), in Phuket, introducing the concept.