First Aman Resort in Mexico Scheduled for 2020 Opening

Aman has announced a brand new resort—its very first in Mexico. Slated to open in 2020, Amanvari—which takes its name from the Sanskrit-derived words for “peace” and “water”—will be situated on the East Cape of Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. Los Cabos continues to be a coveted destination for jetsetters (particularly the Hollywood set) seeking a little R&R in the Mexican sunshine, and Amanvari looks to tick all the boxes for discerning luxury travelers. After all, Aman has amassed a loyal following over the years because of its winning formula: gorgeous, minimalist design; exclusivity; attentive service; and an undeniable cool factor.

Aman’s new hideaway will be part of the Costa Palmas development, an 1,000-acre beachfront community that will also include a marina, golf course, and a Four Seasons resort and residences. Designed by Heah & Co architects, Amanvari's contemporary buildings will be constructed in harmony with the surrounding landscape; 20 sea-facing pavilions will showcase private pools, decks, and indoor and outdoor living spaces. Did we mention the fire pits? 

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What else is in store? With its own private beach on the Sea of Cortez, Amanvari will have multiple restaurants, an Aman spa, a 98-foot-long infinity pool, jacuzzis, and a library. Want to stake a claim to your very own piece of paradise? There will also be private Aman Residences.

To quote the official website: “Nestled in a delicate ecosystem of estuaries and perched between the sea and sky, Amanvari will be a serene island rising from boundless terrain, allowing the lush flora and fauna to flow uninterrupted below.”

This story originally appeared on www.luxurytraveladvisor.com.

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