Two planners mentioned Aman Hotels, which offer breathtaking views and luxe amenities like in-room wine cellars and private meditation gardens.

The spa at the Aman Tokyo hotel in Japan.

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Aman has 33 luxury resorts, hotels and private residences in 20 countries around the world, but some of Aman’s most popular resorts are in Asia, Remote Lands co-founder and CEO Catherine Heald told Insider.

The hotel brand is Heald’s go-to for its ultra-wealthy customers, who spend between $25,000 and $500,000 on vacation. Aman has also earned a reputation for hosting celebrities, and as Insider previously reported, Bill Gates, David Bowie, Mark Zuckerberg, Princess Diana and the Kardashians have all stayed at Aman properties.

“In each location, the design and architecture matches the location,” she said.

Heald said his team loves the hotel brand enough to partner with them to offer small-group travel on private jets. Travelers can stay at Aman Kyoto in Japan, where suites cost around $5,329 a night and have


gardens, according to Aman’s website.

Jaclyn Sienna India, the founder of luxury lifestyle company Sienna Charles, also told Insider that Aman Tokyo is her favorite property in a big city.

India said the hotel meets luxury standards for its guests, who expect the highest levels of service, quality and attention to detail and who are each worth $500 million or more. Plus, the Aman Tokyo is surprisingly serene considering it’s located in the heart of the world’s most populous city, she said.

Aman Tokyo rooms start at $615 a night. Its grandest option is the Aman Suite, which costs $2,214 a night, according to its website. The 1,689-square-foot suite features views of Japan’s Imperial Palace gardens, a traditional Furo tub, and its own mini wine cellar.