- Set in a secret garden at the heart of a 32-hectare forest, Aman Kyoto, Aman’s third destination in Japan – opened in November of 2019. The resort is a secluded otherworldly retreat: moss-covered boulders glow emerald-like in the lush undergrowth, winding footpaths link tranquil forest glades, and streams provide a soothing soundtrack broken only by birdsong. From this peaceful haven, where gardens, forest and healing waters rejuvenate body and mind, guests can explore all that Kyoto has to offer on uniquely curated, behind-the-scenes Aman Journeys.
COVID-19 SANITATION & SAFETY GUIDELINES
As we adapt in the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the health and wellbeing of our guests, communities, and teams remains the priority it has always been. Across our collection of hotels and resorts we have implemented enhanced health and safety measures, taking all appropriate steps in line with guidelines from the World Health Organisation and government authorities according to each location.
Additionally, we have partnered with Diversey, a global leader in providing smart, sustainable solutions for cleaning and hygiene, and implemented all the appropriate best practices across our portfolio to ensure a safe and healthy environment for our teams and guests alike. These measures include thorough and rigorous cleaning and sanitization, the proper use of personal protective equipment and staff training in all aspects of health, safety and hygiene. Our series of protocols vary from country to country and resort to resort and will constantly evolve and be updated as the situation changes.
In navigating this new world, we continue to place our guests and colleagues at the centre of everything we do. As we embark on this next chapter, much may feel different. But what remains unchanged is the DNA of Aman. The generosity of space in our architecture and design, the low room count, unparalleled service, and efforts to slow down time, make us a blueprint for the future of travel. Our guests will return to our ‘places of peace’ to find the sanctuaries we are renowned for – adapted in practice, but unchanged in spirit.