Janu launches with three forthcoming hotels which are already under construction: Montenegro, Al Ula in Saudi Arabia and Tokyo, as well as a robust pipeline of future hotels.
Based in the Zug office, Greg Ward will help define the future vision and strategy for Aman while working closely with chief operating officer, Roland Fasel. He joins the company from Shangri-La Group, where he was vice president of sales.
Peak Hotels & Resorts has agreed the purchase of Aman Resorts for $358 Million. The Aman collection consists of 26 resort and villa properties located in Bhutan, Cambodia, China, France, Greece, India, Indonesia, Italy, Laos, Montenegro, Morocco, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, Turks and Caicos, the United States and Vietnam.
The story of Amanresorts spans more than twenty years and is characterised by unique resort development in some of the world’s most beautiful, historic and intriguing destinations. From the desert sands of Marrakech and the snowy peaks of Wyoming to the jungle-clad ruins of Siem Reap and the palaces of Beijing, the Aman journey which started in Phuket in 1988 is far from over.
India’s largest real estate company has confirmed its decision to sell its luxury hotel chain Aman Resorts, with the exception of Aman Hotel New Delhi, according to reports.