Amanoi unveils spa houses
Amanoi has unveiled two Spa Houses, the first of their kind for Aman. The brand’s meditative outpost in Vietnam is hugged by rolling hills, overlooking picturesque Vinh Hy Bay, situated in Núi Chúa National Park. Since its launch in 2013, Amanoi has perfectly encapsulated the essence of Aman where peace, intimacy, privacy and sense of place take centre stage. The unveiling of the Spa Houses marks a milestone for Amanoi and complements the recent launch of Aman Wellness, which saw the dual introduction of Group Wellness Retreats and Individual Immersions across the collection in 2016.
Neighbouring the 11,000 square metre spa which overlooks a calming lake strewn with lotus flowers, the two Spa Houses offer utmost privacy, with one, Thuy Lien Spa House (meaning Lotus Spa House in Vietnamese) featuring tranquil and unobscured views of the lake and the other, An Son Spa House (Peaceful Mountain Spa House) providing a serene vista of the national park.
The Spa Houses mimic the refined architectural language of Amanoi, and with their clean lines, choice of materials and living roofs, blend seamlessly into their magnificent natural surroundings. Setting a benchmark for the brand, this concept provides guests with an entirely new spa experience indulging them with two specialist spa therapists and comprehensive private spa facilities in the convenience of their own pavilion.
Each Spa House encompasses a spacious double treatment room adorned with a mural from Vietnamese artist Mr. Bui Huu Hung, Jacuzzi, and steam room complemented by an ice-fountain and cold plunge pool. The outdoor infinity pool, perched on a relaxation deck, provides an ideal setting for escapism and reflection, whilst either a hammam or banya round off the thermal facilities.
In addition to the wellness amenities, the Spa Houses can accommodate between two and four guests in the pavilions’ beautifully appointed bedroom and living areas, providing the option of residing overnight for a fully immersive experience. The two Spa Houses are similar in design and offer the same exclusive spa experience, yet their choice of thermal facilities and vistas differ. True to its name, Thuy Lien Spa House overlooks the lotus lake and inspired by the vista, features a hammam at the core of its facilities, whilst the An Son Spa House enjoys views of the national park and features a wooden-clad banya.
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