Aman Summer Palace - Facts and Information


  • 25m indoor, heated lap pool surrounded by loungers.
  • Juice bar serving healthy fruit and vegetable drinks.
  • Cigar Room.
  • Library.
  • Theatre.
  • Music Pavilion.
  • Cultural Pavilion.


Spread across two subterranean levels, the 5,000-square-metre spa is a sanctuary for body and mind. In the nine double treatment rooms, therapies that draw on Imperial traditions range from massages and scrubs to moxibustion and acupuncture. A Pilates and yoga studio is naturally lit with skylights, and the facilities also include a 25-metre pool, large gym and two squash courts. Separate male and female changing areas incorporate steam and sauna rooms, hot Jacuzzi and cold plunge pools.


  • The Summer Palace.
  • The Forbidden city.
  • The Temple of Heaven.
  • Hutongs.
  • The Great Wall.
  • Tiananmen Square.
  • Lama Temple.
  • Fayuan Temple.


The Chinese Restaurant

Decorated with classic Ming Dynasty-inspired furniture, The Chinese Restaurant serves Peking duck, imperial dishes, Sichuan cuisine and traditional Cantonese cuisine.

Hours of Operation:

lunch and dinner.

The Grill

Overlooking a courtyard with tranquil reflection pond across from Naoki, The Grill serves Western cuisine and its specialises in grilled-to-order prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood.

Hours of Operation:

Open for breakfast, dinner and weekend lunches.


Naoki serves a menu of original French kaiseki fare created by Chef Naoki Okumura. With an open kitchen people seats on the counter and table.

Hours of Operation:

Open for lunch and dinner.

The Lounge

Located in the resort’s elegant Arrival Pavilion, The Lounge serves light refreshments in a relaxed seating environment overlooking a traditional courtyard, shaded by indigenous trees.

The Reflection Pavilion

The Reflection Pavilion serves international cuisine in a tranquil setting. The Reflection has a peaceful terrace overlooking a lotus pond for afternoon tea.

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