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Amanyara in Providenciales, Turks & Caicos
Amanyara is located on the west coast of the island and is a short drive from Providenciales International Airport (PLS). The pristine waters of Providenciales are some of the region’s most diverse – a vibrant underwater wonderland of coral reefs running parallel to Amanyara’s secluded 800-metre beach. Hawksbill turtles, humpback whales, bonefish and hundreds of migratory bird species are frequent visitors to the waters. On land, exploration safaris delve into the dry tropical forest and coastal ecosystem.
Amanyara’s Pavilions are nestled in coastal vegetation, overlooking ponds or the waters of Northwest Point Marine Reserve. Accessed via floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open to a combined bedroom and living area. Some offer private pools and two bedrooms. The Villas offer consummate privacy and space in natural surroundings. Generously proportioned living areas and three to six bedrooms are set around a black infinity pool and hardwood deck. Overlooking reflective ponds and gardens, several feature ocean views while others offer direct beach access. All are serviced by personal cooks and housekeepers. At The Restaurant, guests can dine either indoors -air-conditioned or outside on the central pond. Freshly caught seafood – from red snapper to tuna and grouper, complemented by organic produce from the resort’s aquaponic vegetable garden. The Spa encompasses four treatment pavilions, a relaxation pavilion and an outdoor yoga sala. The Fitness Centre features a Pilates studio and cardio and resistance training equipment. The Club House has four tennis courts, a multi-sport field, volleyball court and golf simulator.
Location of Amanyara
Nearest Airport: PLS
Amenities for Amanyara
- General Information
- 40 Guest Rooms
- Private Chef
- On-Site Amenities
- Housekeeping Service
- Tennis Courts
- Beach Access
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Private Pools
- Work Desks
- Water Skiing
- Bird Watching
- Children's Amenities
- Children's Programs
- Scuba Diving
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Amanyara
This was a favorite stay, nestled in a private nature preserve part of the island. We splurged and were glad we did. For the price, the value is not quite there for us overall though for return trips. I would get a room with a pool next time, we missed having that. We loved cruising around on the bikes provided and exploring the stunning beaches on the property.
DeTraveler05 - Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
The business model is to be able to intensely focus on the 100 or so hotel clients. The engaging staff is about 1.5 staff to each client. Amanyara achieves their goal. Couple this with the feeling of privacy the property provides and it's a unique and beautiful experience. The food is over the top in both preparation and ingredients. The chef is one of the finest we have met in some time. Whatever you want, ask and you will receive. All good, however, some issues. The room we had, a pavilion ocean front, was very, very outdated. The electrical was confusing the switches were haphazardly positioned without logic in their placement and unpredictable, fan and vanity light blew. The room lighting provided was very inadequate, dark!, The shower, unfortunately inside only, took more than 5 minutes to heat up. The bedding, to be kind, had coarse and short sheets with brick pillows and a "comforter" filled with straw, so heavy as to render it useless. Finally, we need to mention an experience we did encounter which was less than flattering for the Amanyara brand. My wife crushed her finger adjusting a chaise lounge at the beach. The hotel provided a car to drive us to the hospital. She needed 5 stitches. Forget about the hotels responsibility for the accident, and our cost for the doctor visit. When we returned Serge, the Manager, welcomed us back, said he would, "take care of things." and with that, short of a plate of cut fruit covered in clear wrap, sent to the room that night, he avoided us like the plague. I must say, at the prices charged we would have expected more than we received during our stay.
neilpuro - New York City, New York
This is one of those places that meets the criterion for a great food, great service, and great location getaway. If price sensitivity is an issue then this is not the place for you. But the absence of a large hotel, the privacy of the villas and frankly the exclusivity make this a perfect escape vacation. Itâ€™s also not a place for major nightlife. The resort never feels crowded, there is no wait for anything, service and meals are top rate. The gym is better than adequate and the classes are well taught and not crowded. Private sessions are readily available. The boxing sessions and Pilates are top notch as well. It may not be for the price sensitive and bar crowd ( though they have a lovely bar and good wine list) but as an escape with sunsets and luxury it is pretty well perfect.
JMJ45 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Loads of pros and cons to this place. Staff is great, almost a little too friendly to the point of being annoying. Love the privacy that the villas and pavilions provide. We stayed in a one bedroom pavilion on a faux lagoon, nice but clearly a faux lagoon. Keep your doors shut to keep out vermin. Most everyone that stayed here is an older, over weight New Yorker, which is great if you wish to use the gym or any of the private boxing or Pilates classes - which are totally worth the money. You will be nickeled and dimmed on every meal, bottled water, or other amenity so be careful! Pool is great and almost always private. Beach is wonderful but definitely use the bug spray. Food is so amazing and healthy for the Caribbean but incredibly expensive. A $50 hamburger, really? Love the bikes for transportation. Will we return? Maybe but likely not as we hear Parrot Cay is better.
2travelingscientists - dallas
This was our first visit to Amanyara. We were there from February 1 to February 12. Amanyara is paradise for vacationers who want to escape everyday life.. be alone together, with total peace and quiet, exquisite accommodations, totally personalized service, lovely beach, huge infinity pool ,dreamlike grounds, superb food. You feel like you are living a dream! It's expensive, but worth every penny. We had a Pond Pavilion, the least costly of the rooms. But, what a room! Actually like a luxurious apartment. Our bedroom was enormous with 3 glass walls of windows and sliding doors that opened onto a huge wooden deck over a pond which was more like a lake. Also a sitting area and an outside secluded side porch. The bathroom is very spacious with large shower , soaking tub , 2 sink and vanity areas, walk in closet. The mini bar has espresso machine, snacks and stocked refrigerator. No other Pavilions are visible , nor do you ever hear another human voice from other Pavilions. No need to ever cover your windows! You wake in the morning to see the large pond and beautiful foliage. Salamanders, little frogs, sea birds are outside. As are lovely singing birds. There is a special which includes an extensive continental breakfast, and a three course dinner. The dinners are very generous and the menus are extensive. The chef will happily alter the offerings to suit your taste. There is also a tea in the afternoon with sweets and savory appetizers. There are two restaurants, one international with seating inside and outside on the many ponds. This was our favorite for the food and the atmosphere. The other is a Japanese restaurant on the beach. Both are excellent. Absolutely do the beach BBQ, not your traditional BBQ. For example a chef makes ceviche while you wait! The evening sky displays the Milky Way and all the constellations. There is a lovely theater complete with current movies and movie treats. The entire staff was professional and warm. From the first day everyone knows your name and particular preferences. I must mention the most special staff members during our stay. In dining, Angelica, Ervin, and Diana made each meal memorable. At the beach, Richard, Mirko and Jeffrey anticipated your every need. Marko, the dining manager makes each guest feel special. Devinia from the front desk was so lovely , friendly and gracious. The Pilates instructor, Ashlyn Pooler was lovely and accomplished. Serene spa and well equipped gym. We can't wait to return next winter. We have stayed in many first class hotels around the world. This is one of the best.
117mag117 - Linwood, New Jersey