Jean-Michel Gathy to design new Aman holistic wellness centre and urban residences in Bangkok

by Megan Whitby | 16 Sep 2020
Aman Nai Lert Bangkok will further cement our vision to bring the Aman ethos to global cities
– Vladislav Doronin

Luxury hotel and resort brand Aman has unveiled plans for urban Aman Residences in Bangkok, with design by world-renowned architect, Jean-Michel Gathy.

Aman has signed a long-term partnership with Nai Lert Park Development, a subsidiary of Nai Lert Group, to manage Aman Nai Lert Bangkok, which will comprise of 50 branded residences as well as a luxury 52-suite hotel, slated for completion in 2023.

Nestled in the 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 Thai tradition.

Housed within a 36-storey edifice in Nai Lert Park, the one-, two- or three-bedroom residences will be located on floors 11 to 28, designed to provide a sanctuary amidst the lush oasis of the park.

Floors nine to 19 will house hotel suites along with two restaurants and a 1,500sq m Holistic Wellness Centre, which will include a fully integrated medical clinic, wellness lounge and spa house.

Residence owners and guests will be offered preferential access to wellness facilities as well as having exclusive access to a resident’s Aman Fitness Centre, Yoga/Pilates Studio and private garden within Nai Lert Park.

Owners will also have access to a private dining room and lounge service, a garden lounge with a library and business centre and a private infinity swimming pool on the 30th floor.

Gathy, founder of Denniston and a long-time collaborator of Aman, has been tasked with conceiving a contemporary urban sanctuary inspired by the vast Nai Lert Park.

“Aman Nai Lert Bangkok will further cement our vision to bring the Aman ethos to global cities,” commented Vladislav Doronin, Aman chair and CEO.

“We look forward to opening this world-class development which celebrates the exquisite legacy and gracious traditions of the Nai Lert family and fusing it with our own unique formula.”

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).

Completion and handover of the Aman Nai Lert Residences Bangkok, offered under a long-term, 30-year leasehold ownership, are estimated for the end of 2023, with a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for Q4 2020.

Jean-Michel Gathy  Aman  Bankgok  Thailand  Vladislav Doronin 
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Luxury hotel and resort brand Aman has unveiled plans for urban Aman Residences in Bangkok, with design by world-renowned architect, Jean-Michel Gathy. Aman has signed a long-term partnership with Nai Lert Park Development, a subsidiary of Nai Lert Group, to manage Aman Nai Lert Bangkok, which will comprise of 50 branded residences as well as a luxury 52-suite hotel, slated for completion in 2023. Nestled in the tropical gardens of
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