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7 nights price fr £4,960pp
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Idyllic Amanyara is located on the quiet side of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands in the Caribbean. In the language of the Arawak Amerindians, 'Amanyara' translates into 'Peaceful Place', an apt name for a resort with uninterrupted views of the stunning turquoise waters and swathes of white sand. The beach is 800 metres long and open to the elements, perfect for guests who want to revel in the surrounding aquatic beauty, beachcombing, sunbathing and swimming. Fortunate guests can witness the annual migration of humpback whales from February to April, a truly magnificent sight to behold. The hotel features forty timber-shingled guest Pavilions, and a number of Aman Villas with different views. The Villas strive to combine outdoor and indoor living, each with a black-edged infinity pool.
Since the resort's inception in 2006, Amanyara has been dedicated to protecting the island's indigenous creatures and restoring the coral reefs. This eco-friendly attitude is inclusive for guests, who can embark upon a beach walk or an eco-hike through the dry tropical forest, or learn from a nature-themed presentation from the resort's onsite naturalist. Amanyara works alongside Sustainable Oceans International, an Australian company committed to the restoration and enhancement of marine habitats, which guests can explore while diving or snorkelling.
There is an emphasis on dining à-la-carte; the open setting of the restaurant allows guests to enjoy the surrounding lush greenery and ocean vistas. The menu is based on freshly-caught seafood accompanied with organic produce from the resort's aquaponic vegetable garden. A meticulously-prepared degustation menu is refreshed daily, with exotic dishes such as grilled Caribbean lobster and conch salad. For a more intimate sojourn, enjoy a starlit dinner in a secluded cove, with a discreet butler on hand to cater to your every whim.
Set around a tranquil pond, the Amanyara Spa is in a location designed to inspire. Experience a wealth of benefits, physiological and mental alike, following a spa treatment. Intuitive therapists will anticipate any problem areas; skin can be revitalised with a sun salutation treatment, using indigenous ingredients such as local coconut oil and sea salt. If you would like something more interactive, bask in profound restoration during a guided yoga and guided breathing session, or a tailored holistic Pilates session.
Amanyara luxury beach resort is located on the coast of Northwest Point, adjacent to Malcolm’s Beach on the island of Providenciales. The territory is some 925 kilometres Southeast of Miami, and 160 kilometres North of the Dominican Republic, lying just outside the Caribbean Sea in the Atlantic Ocean.
The international airport is on the island of Providenciales, a 25-minute drive from Amanyara.
Pavilions are situated on the edge of tranquil ponds with timber sun decks extending over the water.
Alcove Pavilions are situated on the edge of tranquil ponds. In addition to sundecks they offer a glassed in extension overlooking a walled garden. This serves as a cosy sitting room or a bedroom for a third person sharing the suite.
Ocean Pavilions are positioned along the oceanfront with views of the sea. These pavilions are elevated above the waterline, and have pathways leading to the rocky shore.
Ocean Cove Pavilions boast sweeping ocean vistas and direct access to secluded coves.
Pool Pavilions feature a 12-metre infinity-edge swimming pool surrounded by teak decking and natural vegetation.
Deluxe Pool Pavilion features an impressive 9 by 9 metre zero-edge pool within a 4,873 square-foot walled private garden. The pool is surrounded by teak decking and overlooked by Mahogany trees. The interior, the most spacious of the Pool Pavilions, offer a glassed-in relaxation alcove which canRead more
Ideal for families, the Two-Bedroom Pool Pavilion Suites offer two bedrooms, a smaller room for children, a large living/dining room and a private fitness room with cardio and weight equipment – all under one roof. The swimming pool is fringed by an expansive terrace and lawns. PavilionRead more
The Amanyara Pavilion is elevated above the waterline with dramatic views of the sea and offers a private T-shaped pool. An enhanced sense of space is evident with a glassed-in extension overlooking a natural garden, that serves as a cozy sitting room. A teak wood sala provides aRead more
Designed to combine indoor and outdoor living, each Aman Villa is a series of elegant pavilions surrounding a black infinity-edged swimming pool framed by extensive hardwood decking. Each villa has three, four or five bedrooms, extensive living and dining areas, an outdoor dining sala and aRead more
The restaurant is divided into two areas, one of which is air-conditioned, while the other is open to sea breezes. There is a focus on fresh sea food, such as lobster curry, and classic Asian and modern Meditteranean dishes are served. The menu changes daily, so guests can be assured that their palates are kept alert with a range of fish, meat chicken and lamb.
The Beach Club at Amanyara enjoys simplicity; guests can choose from casual beach fare from a grill menu that is cooked on a stone hearth oven. Afternoon cooking demonstrations are held several times throughout the year, where guests can also indulge in wine or rum tastings.
The Amanyara Spa is is dedicated to providing guests with nurturing, restoring and relaxing treatments that align the mind and body, enhancing mental, spiritual and physical wellness. Products utilized by the spa are chemical-free, which helps to nourish skin. Four holistic journeys are offered, ranging from 90 to 180 minutes: 'Purity', 'Hydrate', 'Harmony' and 'Serenity' all promote boosted energy levels and ciculation and deep relaxation.
Complimentary yoga sessions are available in the outdoor yoga sola, where teaching is offered six days a week.
Amanyara is an eco-conscious resort committed to the preservation of the island's indigenous creatures and the restoration of the region's coral reefs. The Turtle Initiative involves guests, project partners from renowned universities and conservation organisations around the world. Biological research is conducted to help safeguard the turtle population.
An expert naturalist is onsite for hiking, kayaking, diving, or educational discussions on the island's creatures and marine environment.
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