The Aman Group’s latest feather in the cap is Amanyangyun. Just a short drive from Shanghai’s vibrant Bund district, Amanyangyun is one of the most ethereal properties I have come across. Featuring ornate carvings and reliefs that narrate family histories that date back two millennia, 26 beautifully restored antique dwellings form the core of the property. Infused with an eclectic combination of the luxuries of a modern resort and the simplicity of Chinese traditions, Amanyangyun is that once-in-a-lifetime experience. Named after the royal reading pavilion in the Forbidden City, Nan Shufang is located in a serene garden, created for you to carry out those tedious tasks such as ancient calligraphy and a Chinese tea ceremony.
With regards to accommodation, Amanyangyun has a plethora of options but our favourite one is the One Bedroom Antique Pavilion suite. Adorning restful and earthy tones, with interiors finished in wood, stone, and bamboo, Amanyangyun’s Antique Villas each feature fireplaces and courtyards, and have been designed by Kerry Hill Architects. Visualise twin vanities, spacious wardrobes and living and dining areas, all in the comfort of your fabulous suite. Day-dream in your own private garden or take a dip in your intimate swimming pool. Each suite focuses on three core elements; minimalistic, clean, and light-filled.
In addition to a fabulous staying experience, your stay includes a fabulous buffet breakfast as well as a return transfer.
Rate: $3,170 per night ++
Occupancy: 2 adults
6161 Yuanjiang Rd, Minhang Qu, China, 201111
Phone: +86 21 8011 9999