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“Aman properties are known for their ultra-modern, streamlined designs that blend into the landscape, and the Jackson Hole outpost is no exception. The Amangani is surrounded by the Tetons, and this glass, wood and stone hotel has just 40 rooms.”

Q.Equinox.com, USA
on Amangani, February 2014

"My last refuge was the Amangani up in the hills. With its monastic calm, all rooms looking out over the mountains, vast balconies and a large outdoor infinity pool, this is a special redoubt."

Daily Mail, UK
on Amangani, February 2013

"Steam rises gently and snow falls as swimmers glide through the water, sleek as seals."

The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
on Amangani, February 2013

“You think you are riding up into the clouds” as you arrive at this “unmatched resort” overlooking the Snake River and the Grand Teton mountain range from its perch atop a butte."

“You are not a room number, you are a VIP guest.”

Condé Nast Traveler, USA
on Amangani, January 2013

"Amangani lies up a winding road between Jackson town and Teton Village. This gloriously isolated, all-suite Aman resort is neither town nor slope, but the designers were on form when they specified low bath tubs beside picturesque windows. A hot soak watching the sun go down over the Tetons after a day on the mountain is a memorable self indulgence."

The National, Abu Dhabi
on Amangani, January 2013

“Have you ever stayed in a hotel room so elegant, you wished you had brought less stuff to clutter it with? You’ll feel that way at Amangani, where the look is at once rustic—think pine-stump tables, woven-cowhide chairs and faux-wolf fabrics—and minimalist, with backlit cedar-plank walls, crisp white linens and metal fireplaces. The idea is to honor the surroundings without overshadowing their natural beauty. And when those surroundings are Wyoming’s majestic Tetons, it really is best to step back and let the views do the work.”

Mountain Living, USA
on Amangani, November-December 2012

“The spa is tidily drawn from redwoods and slate, beside an infinity pool with infinite views out across the colossal mountains and mighty river. What a spot. Therapy can be geared especially to overindulged ski knees, but whatever you plump for demonstrates the intuition for which Aman has become famous. It’s almost impossible to have a bad experience in its confident embrace – staff have that otherworldly touch that leaves you levitating. Big chief say: wise is the spa hunter who rests here.”

Tatler Spa Guide, UK
on Amangani, November 2012
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