As weeks of coronavirus lockdowns start to ease, travelers are looking ahead to future vacations.
Aman Resorts COO Roland Fasel spoke to Business Insider about how the coronavirus will change the experience of staying at one of the luxury wellness retreat’s properties.
At some of its resorts, Aman will “skip a key,” or only make every other room available for reservation, to maintain social distancing.
Spa attendants will be required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) including masks, as well as gloves if guests request it.
Aman is also expanding in-room spa services, private dining, and nature experiences.
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Luxury wellness resort chain Aman Resorts has developed a cult following of “Aman junkies,” or repeat guests who don’t hesitate to shell out thousands of dollars per night to stay in Aman’s luxe suites or villas.
The global chain has more than 30 luxury wellness resorts in places like Japan, Morocco, Bhutan, Turkey, China, and Indonesia. It’s also known for hosting celebrities: Bill Gates, David Bowie, Mark Zuckerberg, Princess Diana, and the Kardashians have all reportedly stayed at Aman resorts. And a night at an Aman property doesn’t come cheap. At Amangiri in Utah, for example, the cheapest room available in July or August 2020 is a suite for $3,562 a night.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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