Janu, Aman’s sister brand, is set to launch with three forthcoming hotels that are already under construction: Montenegro (2022), Al Ula in Saudi Arabia (2022) and Tokyo (2022), as well as a robust pipeline of future hotels.
According to press material, Janu will “deliver harmony through the dynamic balance of opposites. While Aman is synonymous with its Sanskrit translation, ‘peace,’ Janu stands for ‘soul’; Aman is a sanctuary, whereas Janu is connectedness; Aman offers refined respite, whereas Janu offers an energetic vibe for those seeking greater purpose with inner contentment.”
The timeless yet contemporary design of each hotel will be focused on space and light, giving an ambiance that enhances the mood, encouraging guests to reconnect with themselves and with others. Large guestrooms will offer refined havens of characterful tranquility, all exquisitely furnished and with expansive bathrooms.
Alight with life, the social spaces will offer a mix of dining, lounge and bar areas. Additionally, expansive wellness facilities will offer cutting-edge experiences and treatments and access to the latest equipment as well as extensive hydro and thermal facilities with a focus on finding equilibrium.
“We saw a white space in the market,” said Aman’s chairman and CEO Vladislav Doronin in press material, “and we want to push the hotel industry into a new sphere. What with today’s modern fast-paced society, which has seen human connection and communication redefined by the digital world, we wanted to create a new hotel brand with a soul and with the aim of kick-starting human interaction again.”