Aman Nai Lert Bangkok schedules its opening • Hotel Designs

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Following Aman Group’s successful opening of Aman New York in 2022, Aman Nai Lert Bangkok continues the brand’s strategic mission to bring the Aman DNA of peace, sanctuary, exceptional design, service and privacy to the world’s finest urban destinations.

infinity pool on terrace overlooking the city at Aman Nai Lert Bangkok

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Nestled in Nai Lert Park’s expansive tropical gardens Aman Nai Lert Bangkok comprises a 52-suite Aman hotel, inclusive of an expansive Aman Wellness, an Omakase restaurant, Teppanyaki restaurant and Jazz bar, plus Arva its signature Italian dining concept, as well as 39 Aman branded residences, situated on floors 11 to 36, providing owners and guests with the quintessential Aman lifestyle from a lofty sanctuary perched above the city.

wood panelled walls and filtered light in Aman Nai Lert Bangkok Residences - Residents-only, Private Dining Room

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“Aman Nai Lert Bangkok’s forthcoming opening marks another milestone in my longterm strategic vision for Aman Group to bring the unparalleled Aman experience to the world’s finest destinations both urban and remote,” commented Vlad Doronin, Chairman, CEO and Owner of Aman Group, looking ahead to the property’s opening.

“It has been an excellent experience to work in collaboration with the Nai Lert family who are the owners and custodians of Nai Lert Park and have an unrivalled legacy in Bangkok, and in particular Naphaporn “Lek” Bodiratnangkura who has been instrumental in bringing this project to life,” continued Doronin. “Aman Nai Lert will be our third global city destination and our 25th hotel in Asia, making it a strategic connector for journeys throughout other Aman destinations in the region.”

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 the city of Bangkok to create a contemporary urban sanctuary amidst Nai Lert Park’s eight-acre private oasis.

Since you’re here, why not read conversation with architect Jean-Michel Gathy on designing Aman New York ?

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