Amantaka

Sep 20, 2009

Amantaka is located in a leafy compound of 32 French colonial buildings once occupied by the provincial hospital in Luang Prabang. Expect the usual Aman touches in the property’s 24 suites: refined décor that alludes to the town’s heritage, lofty spaces, and well-stocked bathrooms and private bars. The two largest suites – which each sprawl over 120 square meters – have their own private verandahs, pools and spa treatment rooms. If exploring the environs and temples doesn’t provide enough amusement, the resort also boasts a yoga studio, tennis courts, a library and an art gallery.

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