Aman Indonesia Announces Phased Reopening Dates

Amanjunkies, take heart: Aman, the hotel group responsible for some of the world’s most luxurious resorts, has just announced the staged reopening dates for its 32 properties across 20 countries including Indonesia. Taking all appropriate steps in line with guidelines from the World Health Organization and government authorities according to each location, Aman Resorts is getting ready to again welcome guests.

Following the Indonesian government’s recent announcement to partially reopen some destinations throughout Indonesia including Bali, Yogyakarta, and Riau Islands, we are extremely delighted to inform you that Aman resorts across the country. 

Further, Aman says its “niche segment of hideaway resorts” is well-poised for travel in a post-COVID-19 world, from the architecture and design of standalone pavilions with private pools to the low room count.

With the properties nestled in a secluded locations amidst abundant nature and fresh air, they offer unprecedented access to Indonesia’s important cultural and natural sights. Additionally, with a low room count and standalone accommodations, the properties will continue to pride itself on offering guests a generosity of space. In today’s world of social (physical) distancing, all of this has never been so important.

In keeping with new protocols, guests will experience a change to some standard practices. Each property will communicate these changes in all guest confirmation communications. Noticeable changes include: cold towels, cookies or crisps will no longer be provided during car transfers to/from the resort; drivers will provide a complimentary mask and hand sanitizer for the guests upon collection; guests will be subject to a temperature check upon arrival at the resort; the usual minibar set-up will not be provided in our suites – however, guests may request their suite minibar to be stocked following arrival. 

Planned reopening dates (which may be subject to change) include:

  • Aman Villas at Nusa Dua (Bali) – July 1
  • Amandari (Bali) – July 1
  • Amankila (Bali) – July 1
  • Amanjiwo (Java) – June 19
  • Amanwana (Nusa Tenggara) – August 1

Additionally, Aman partnered with Diversey, a global leader in providing smart, sustainable solutions for cleaning and hygiene, and implemented all the appropriate best practices. These measures include thorough cleaning and sanitization, the proper use of personal protective equipment and staff training in all aspects of health, safety and hygiene. The series of protocols vary from country to country and resort to resort and will evolve and be updated as the situation changes.

Talk to one of our Travel Specialists for further assistance

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