Slated for completion in 2023, Aman, together with Nai Lert Group, has unveiled plans to open a luxury hotel alongside the group’s first branded residences in Bangkok.

Led by Naphaporn “Lek” Bodiratnangkura, CEO of Nai Lert Park Development, Nai Lert Group has invested over THB 6 billion into redeveloping its hospitality portfolio, which now includes Aman Nai Lert Residences Bangkok.

Nestled in the century-old tropical garden of Nai Lert Park, the new property seeks to offer a unique connection to the rich heritage and history of Bangkok, enhanced by the gracious traditions of Thailand. A haven of calm amidst the leafy embrace of its namesake park, stylish residences will rise from its leafy canopy alongside 52 Aman hotel suties.

Housed within a 36-storey edifice, the residences will be located on floors 11 to 28, providing a lofty sanctuary amidst the lush oasis. With uninterrupted views of the park and Bangkok’s skyline, the residences will be limited in numbers with no more than 50 units split across 18 floors. Meanwhile floors 9 to 19 will house the hotel suites, along with Arva, Aman’s Italian all-day dining concept; Nama, a Japanese restaurant; the Aman Cigar Club; and a 1,500-square-metre Holistic Wellness Centre which will include a fully integrated medical clinic, a wellness lounge, and a spa house.

Designed by renowned architect Jean-Michel Gathy, founder of design studio Denniston and a long-time collaborator of Aman, the property seeks to create an urban sanctuary of architectural distinction inspired by the vast park, which has been exclusively owned by the Nai Lert family since 1915. Whilst every Aman destination draws inspiration from the culture and history of its location, Gathy sought to remain true to the Aman identity, whilst at the same time taking inspiration from a rich tapestry of influences at Nai Lert Park Heritage Home to infuse a special and authentic sense of place.

“Aman has always sought the finest locations in the world, and we recently expanded our vision to include select cities,” comments Vladislav Doronin, Chairman and CEO of Aman. “We look forward to opening this world-class development, which celebrates the exquisite legacy and gracious traditions of the Nai Lert Family, and fusing it with its own unique formula.”