Slated to take place this fall, the upcoming launch of Amanyangyun will see luxury hotel group Aman expanding its ever-growing portfolio in China. Located within easy reach of Shanghai—but far enough that guests will be able to steer clear of the crowds that flock to the megacity—the resort comprises a series of meticulously restored Ming and Qing dynasty-era houses. And with renowned architect Kerry Hill at the helm, the property will carry the brand’s characteristic simplicity, taking inspiration from its deep-rooted history and heritage. Expect light-filled spaces adorned with natural materials, earthy tones, and soothing textures, complete with vistas that make the most of the surrounding ancient camphor forest. The 24 Club Suites will combine the best of traditional and modern design influences, providing guests with all the mod cons while at the same time embracing the village-style atmosphere that lies at the heart of the property. Meanwhile, the Antique Villas will comprise four suites, each one boasting a private courtyard that overlooks the lush forest landscapes. Another thing worth mentioning is the resort’s range of dining options. With six venues that include a fine dining restaurant and a cafe set by the lake, there’ll be even less incentive to leave the grounds. It wouldn’t be an Aman property without a top-of-the-line wellness center, which is why the spa will house everything from a yoga and Pilates studio to bathhouses that include a hammam and Russian banya. Treatments will utilize local herbs and flowers, incorporating traditional Chinese medicine and Eastern healing arts.
For more information, visit Amanyangyun.