Just a 45-minute drive from Los Cabos International Airport on the East Cape of the Baja Peninsula you’ll find serene beaches, desert roads, freshwater swimming holes, mountain trails, waterfalls, and sleepy fishing villages. And as of 2020, iconic hotel chain Aman’s first property in Mexico, Amanvari.
Amanvari, which gets its name from the Sanskrit-derived words for “peace” and “water” will consist of both a hotel and private residences. According to the brand, the hotel will have 20 bi-level pavilions, each offering floor to ceiling windows that open onto an outdoor terrace as well as a wraparound sundeck, with some of the pavilions also boasting a cantilevered pool. As if that wasn’t dreamy enough for you, at the main pavillion guests will be able to enjoy three restaurants, a library, a lounge, as well as a 100-foot infinity pool.
Don’t fret, for those fans of Aman looking for something a little more permanent, there will also be 24 whole-ownership residences available. These luxe four to seven bedroom properties will span from 3,959 to 6,095 square feet and will be be designed by Heah & Co. (with customizable features available for extra swag) as well as command epic views of the Sea of Cortes, adjacent golf courses, and the property’s organic farm.
“As we continue to evolve Aman, staying true to our ethos, brand and the lifestyle it offers, is our guiding force. In the context of Amanvari, the raw landscape on the East Cape of the Baja Peninsula, is a fitting location for our first destination in Mexico and illustrates our continued commitment to curating resorts of architectural distinction. We look forward to delivering an adventure that is a cultural and spiritual odyssey, as well as a discovery and celebration of its terroir,” Chairman and CEO of Aman, Vladislav Doronin says of the upcoming project.
In order to give guests a true feel for the surrounding landscapes, Amanvari will also offer several exciting excursions, such as the opportunity to dive with migrant whales, sailing and fishing expeditions, fresh water pond visits with a resident biologists, as well as the chance to visit a local ranch for an afternoon of horseback riding. Is it too early to start packing our bags?