Aman Resorts has shared the phased reopening of its properties, with protocols in place regarding social distancing and guest and employee safety, although each hotel may slightly differ based on the destination due to local government requirements.
The Singapore-based luxury hotel group operates 32 hotels and resorts in 20 destinations across the world, with eight in the pipeline.
In the U.S., the Amangiri in Utah and Amangani in Wyoming have already reopened and will be joined by Camp Sarika in Utah when it reopens on July 1.
The Amanera in Dominican Republic is slated to open its doors on July 1, followed by the Amanyara in Turks & Caicos on July 24.
European resorts Aman Venice in Italy and Amanzoe in Greece are scheduled to reopen June 18, with Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro set to reope on July 1. Amanruya in Turkey reopened June 6.
Aman Le Melezin in France will remain closed until Dec. 11.
The company's four resorts in China are now open, while Aman Kyoto in Japan, Amanoi in Vietnam, and Amansara in Cambodia all remained open throughout.
Amanpuri in Thailand, Aman Tokyo, Amantaka in Laos and Amandari, Amankila and the Aman Villas at Nusa Dua in Indonesia are on track to open July 1.