Perched on the crest of a butte overlooking The Teton Range, the view from Amangani is as spectacular as it gets. Add this to exceptional service and stunning design and you have a truly special place.

The Atmosphere

Amangani, like all Aman properties, calls itself a resort and it certainly has all the luxury bells and whistles that you would expect to find. But with only 30 guest rooms, design that carefully blends into the magnificent landscape and an intimate, peaceful atmosphere, it thankfully feels remarkably different from a typical ‘resort’.

Inside, high ceilings and huge glass windows make sure that you never lose touch with your surroundings. Natural materials like reclaimed redwood and sandstone are in perfect balance with the sleek, contemporary design. Outside, the stunning infinity pool is the piece de resistance…did we mention the view?

Your Room

All of the rooms face to the west meaning that all have valley and mountains views. They are minimal but luxurious. Fireplaces, back-lit cedar panels on the walls and cow-hide chairs bring a touch of nature and The West. For evening sunsets with a glass of wine, sliding doors lead out on to a deck or balcony. The bathrooms are huge, with slate showers and a deep soaking tubs with floor to ceiling windows.

Need to Know

The Grill, Amangani’s restaurant, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and specializes in local, sustainable ranch meats, fresh fish and seasonal farm to table produce. In the summer, the terrace is the place to be.

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