Aman confirms plans to open property in Beverly Hills

Aman has partnered with privately held investment firm Cain International and Alagem Capital to develop a property in Beverly Hills.

Aman Beverly Hills will comprise a hotel, a collection of Aman-branded residences and an Aman Club. It is expected to open in 2026. 

The property will form part of One Beverly Hills, a 17.5-acre, health and wellbeing-focused development on the intersection of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards, less than one mile from Rodeo Drive.

Aman Beverly Hills will be set within eight acres of botanical gardens showcasing native plant species and will be the “centrepiece” of the development. 

The hotel will mark Aman’s fifth property in the United States, joining Amangani in Wyoming and Amangiri in Utah. Aman New York will open on August 2 and Aman Miami Beach will follow in 2024. 

“Aman Group’s strategy is to bring the brand’s coveted resort experiences to urban destinations,” said chief executive Vlad Doronin.

“This strategic direction has seen us successfully launch the multiple award-winning Aman Tokyo in 2014, and Aman Residences, Tokyo will follow next year, as well as future urban destinations which feature both hotel and residences; Aman Nai Lert Bangkok, Aman Miami Beach, plus the imminent opening of Aman New York.

“The announcement of Aman Beverly Hills further demonstrates our commitment to this strategy and long- term vision. Staying true our DNA and the revered Aman lifestyle, Aman Beverly Hills, nestled in its expansive botanical gardens, captures the legacy and heritage of Aman while connecting our guests with fascinating urban environments.

“We look forward to delivering another world-class destination on our continued mission to curate hotels and residences of architectural distinction in exceptional locations, with our unparalleled service and experiences.” 

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