“Hope” is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul - 254 (1891), Emily Dickinson, American poet
Amanaki - i.e hope in [Polynesian] Tongan language – wishes to encapsulate a more balanced hope transcending rejection and acceptance, embracing traditional finesse and modern complexities, embodying both personal yearnings and universal realities.
Entering Amanaki, one cannot help feeling transposed into a time capsule, where time, like life itself, seems to freeze, with which one attains peace and clarity. Such enables a mental, and within a physical, space necessary for reflection, a mental journey across the not-yets and the could-have-beens, and further beyond.
With the property’s unique sense of history and place, they are dedicated to forming deep connections with guests by providing highly personalized service and gracious hospitality in an informally elegant setting.