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Aman makes first move to Mexico with Amanvari hotel and residences

by on May 10, 2018 in Lifestyle
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Luxury hotel group Aman has announced the brand's first property and residences in Mexico, the Amanvari 

Scheduled to open in 2020, the 20-pavilion Amanvari will comprise both a hotel and private residences along 3km stretch of beach in Los Cabos. Architectural firm Heah & Co has been commissioned for the design, and has just released the first concepts. 

The property will also feature 24 Aman Residences up for sale. Set at the edge of the dunes, with panoramic views across the Sea of Cortez and adjacent golf course, the residences will have up to seven bedrooms, and are fully customisable. 

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The location is a remote escape and private oasis situated between mountains and sea on the East Cape of the Baja Peninsula. Gracing the calm shores of the Sea of Cortes, Amanvari is a 45-minute drive from Los Cabos International Airport.

Amanvari will present 20 bi-level hotel pavilions, each offering a generosity of space both inside and out. The pavilions will be spread across the resort's bucolic landscape and boast floor to ceiling windows that open onto an outdoor terrace and wraparound sundeck. The main pavilion at Amanvari will form the heart of the resort presenting an open-air atrium set on the beach. This central pavilion will include restaurants, a library and lounge, as well as a 30-metre infinity pool incorporating four hot tubs.

An initial release of only 24 whole-ownership Aman Residences will be offered for sale. Set at the edge of the dunes, the collection of Aman Residences will range from four- to seven-bedrooms spanning from 1,207 to 1,858 square metres of covered indoor-outdoor living.

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