I couldn't imagine using anyone else to plan my travel to Asia!
Members of the Aman Jet Expedition, October 2016


Why We Love This Hotel :

History: The Amanfayun occupies a traditional Chinese courtyard village, with some villas more than 100 years old.

Service: Discreet, attentive service is provided by a personal butler 24 hours a day.

Location: Just a 20-minute drive from West Lake surrounded by forest and bamboo groves.


Fitness and wellness are taken care of at the Amanfayun, offering world-class spa services, and state-of-the-art fitness and leisure facilities. Executive travelers also have the convenience of property-wide WiFi.

Aman Spa

For a pampering treatment or wellness therapy, guests can book in at the Aman Spa. Massage, facials, reflexology and beauty and skincare treaments are all provided by trained professionals. Rooms are hidden amid tranquil bamboo groves, providing the perfect environment for total relaxation.


The Aman Spa includes a fully equipped gymnasium with yoga and Pilates offered. Trained staff are on hand to assist or guests can book a session with a personal trainer. There is also a steam room onsite.


The Amanfayun has a 20-meter heated outdoor pool positioned in landscaped gardens. Guests can enjoy drinks and snacks by the pool.

The Finishing Salon

Part of the Aman Spa, this salon has the solution for guests' beauty and grooming needs, including hair styling, manicures and pedicures.

The Library

A collection of CDs, DVDs and books are available for loan in the library, located in Fayun Place on the upper level. A selection of reference books offers insight into Hangzhou heritage and culture.


Dotted around the property in quaint historic villas, the Amanfayun offers several different drinking and dining venues, each with its own special charm. Guests have a wide range of fresh gourmet foods to choose from, including vegetarian fare from a dedicated vegetarian restaurant. Guests are also welcome to dine in their villa.

Fayun Place

At the heart of the resort, Fayun Place comprises two courtyard houses built in the 1800s. Guests can rest and mingle here under towering ceiling and elaborate latticework. Snacks and tea are served in the lounge area on the ground floor, with cigars available from the upper level's Cigar Room.

Hangzhou House

This independently owned eatery offers traditional Hangzhou dishes, including Beggar's Chicken and Braised pork in brown sauce.

Steam House

Here guests can try authentic village food and dim sum in a relaxed setting. There's indoor and otdoor seating, plus an open kitchen to keep diners entertained.

Tea House

Independently-owned, this venue offers a wide range of local and regional teas along with home-cooked meals. The menu changes every day depending what's available

The Restaurant

Along the stone Fayun Pathway guests will find The Restaurant. Housed in a glass-walled pavilion passed a reflection pond, The Restaurant serves up international cuisine, with a wide range of drinks available from The Bar.

The Vegetarian House

Also on the Fayun Pathway, and run independently, the Vegetarian House offers meat-free cuisine and Zen-inspired dishes using the freshest local ingredients.



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