Aman to Open its First Resort in Mexico

Calling all Aman junkies. The luxury hotel brand has announced a brand new resort—its very first in Mexico. Slated to open in 2020, Amanvari—which takes its name from the Sanskrit-derived words for “peace” and “water”—will be situated on the East Cape of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. Los Cabos continues to be a coveted destination for jetsetters (particularly the Hollywood set) seeking a little R&R in the Mexican sunshine, and Amanvari looks to tick all the boxes for discerning luxury travelers. After all, Aman has amassed a loyal following over the years because of its winning formula: gorgeous, minimalist design; exclusivity; attentive service; and an undeniable cool factor.

Aman’s new hideaway will be part of the Costa Palmas development, an 1,000-acre beachfront community that will also include a marina, golf course, and a Four Seasons resort and residences. Designed by Heah & Co architects, Amanvari's contemporary buildings will be constructed in harmony with the surrounding landscape; 20 sea-facing pavilions will showcase private pools, decks, and indoor and outdoor living spaces. Did we mention the fire pits? 

What else is in store? With its own private beach on the Sea of Cortez, Amanvari will have multiple restaurants, an Aman spa, a 98-foot-long infinity pool, jacuzzis, and a library. Want to stake a claim to your very own piece of paradise? There will also be private Aman Residences.

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