Ultra-luxury hospitality company Aman has released the first rendering of its maiden residence in Bangkok, Aman Nai Lert Bangkok. The project, first flagged 12 months ago, will comprise no more than 50 residences as well as a 52-suite hotel.
Nestled in the century-old tropical gardens of Nai Lert Park, Aman Nai Lert Bangkok will offer a unique connection to the rich heritage and history of Bangkok enhanced by the gracious traditions of Thailand. A haven of calm amid the leafy embrace of its namesake park, residences of unrivalled style and luxury.
Housed within a 36-storey edifice in Nai Lert Park, Aman Nai Lert Residences Bangkok will be built in the spirit of Aman and located on floors 11 to 28, providing a lofty sanctuary in the lush oasis of Nai Lert Park. The one-, two-, and three-bedroom units and penthouses have a private entrance, offer an abundance of space and most feature private terraces.
Floors nine to 19 will house just 52 Aman Nai Lert Bangkok hotel suites along with Arva, Aman’s Italian all-day dining concept, Nama, a Japanese restaurant, the Aman Cigar Club and a 1,500-square-metre Holistic Wellness Centre, which will include a fully integrated medical clinic, a wellness lounge and a spa house.
“Aman has always sought the finest locations in the world, and we recently expanded our vision to include select cities. Thailand holds a special place in our heart ever since the conception of Amanpuri and our brand in Phuket over 30 years ago. Aman Nai Lert Bangkok will further cement our vision to bring the Aman ethos to global cities,” commented Vladislav Doronin, Chairman and CEO of Aman.
A ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Bangkok property is planned for Q4 2020, with Aman Nai Lert now not expected to be completed until 2023, pushed back from the previously earmarked 2022.
Currently, Aman Residences are located in 15 global destinations, including Aman New York (coming soon), Amanpuri (Thailand), Amanoi (Vietnam), Aman Niseko (2023) and Amanemu (Japan), Aman Miami (2023) and Amanyangyun (Shanghai, China).
Lead image: Aman Nai Lert Bangkok, hotel pool render