Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Aman Resorts is opening Amanera in the Dominican Republic. A new destination for Aman junkies.



Amanera is scheduled to debut in the Dominican Republic this year, just in time for my never-ending #Travelife.

Located on a sublime clifftop overlooking the crescent-shaped Playa Grande beach, Amanera is surrounded by verdant jungle and framed by the island’s dramatic Cordillera Septentrional mountain range.

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VIRGIN LAND 
IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Amanera is situated on 2,000 acres of virtually untouched land comprised of verdant peaks and lush jungle with centuries-old trees and royal palms stretching across nearly seven miles of continuous Atlantic seacoast on Hispaniola’s northern shore.

The surrounding region, meanwhile, is notable for being both pristine and sparsely populated, offering a variety of scenery that includes starkly beautiful desert areas, dramatic waterfalls and sleepy towns.

CASITAS WITH A VIEW



The resort, designed by John Heah, sits atop 60-foot cliffs and is set between the beach and golf course amongst landscaped gardens. It offers extensive dining, spa and recreational facilities, and 25 casitas each demonstrating a raw, organic design that complement the natural setting.

The casitas all have flat biodiverse roofs that cultivate green gardens, cool living spaces and further blur the lines between dwellings and jungle.



Every aspect of Amanera, including the casitas, has been designed to maximise the property’s extraordinary views.

Each enjoys unobstructed ocean vistas from an expansive terrace, outdoor seating and lounging areas and through floor-to-ceiling windows from the spacious, high-ceilinged living and sleeping areas.


ANOTHER DESTINATION
FOR AMAN JUNKIES

Vladislav Doronin, chairman of Aman, said, "Following on from the successful launch of Aman Tokyo and more recently Amandayan, this is one of a number of forthcoming projects that I know will be well received by our loyal Aman junkies and I am delighted, along with our new management team, to be in a position to keep their wanderlust sated."


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