Amanyara - Turks and Caicos
Turks & Caicos islands
- 7 nights
- from $6700 per person for 7 nights
Aman Resorts brings its ultra-luxe style to this beautiful Caribbean location in the Turks and Caicos. On the coast of Northwest Point adjacent to Malcolm’s Beach, one of the island's most secluded beaches, Amanyara is a water lover's paradise.
At a Glance
One of the most private and exclusive hotels in the Caribbean
Beautiful accommodations in private pavilions offering Asian styling - some open up on to private beaches
Impeccable and very discreet service
Beautiful white sand beach which is often deserted
Conservation program with on site naturalist and nature walks - ideal for children
The scuba diving here is excellent with a great little dive site just a couple of minutes from the beach. Look out for the eel garden!Juliet Morris
Sit at the Beach Club for lunch and create your own delicious pizza which they bake in their pizza oven. A glass of ice cold rose and a magnificent view of the ocean and powder white sand, hard to beat!Jules Maury
After a late flight in, the first glimpse we had of the hotel was at breakfast the next morning. Sit on the terrace for the most wonderful jet lag remedyScott Dunn team
Try an early morning beach workout with a difference - a mixture of exercise on land and in the water!Gemma Dobson
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Amanyara
Amanyara forms part of the world-renowned Aman portfolio of hotels. Its name is derived from the Sanskrit word of the indigenous Arawak people, meaning “peaceful place” and this is reflected in the resort’s isolated position on top of a dramatic headland on the north west coast of Providenciales, thus ensuring the glistening beach remains private and exclusive.
There are 38 timber-framed Pavilions of contemporary design nestled amongst the lush vegetation, on the edge of the tranquil ponds or along the oceanfront. Pavilions overlooking the ponds have a timber sundeck extending over the edge of the water and those located on the oceanfront have pathways down to the sea. All are designed the same with large glass doors that can be opened on all sides to catch the cooling sea breezes.
The Restaurant serves a selection of Asian and Mediterranean cuisine with an emphasis on local seafood. You can enjoy a choice of dining settings – outdoors on the terrace or inside with air-conditioning, both areas have wonderful views of the beach and beyond. The Bar is located near the swimming pool where you will find a number of oversized daybeds for lounging and a spacious terrace where you can enjoy a refreshing cocktail or light lunch.
All Pavilions are identical in layout and design yet differentiated by location. Arrival to a Pavilion is via an entrance terrace that houses two daybeds. Sliding glass doors open to reveal the interior featuring a central king-size bed. Positioned in the corners of the room are a reading chair with a footstool and an entertainment unit including a flat screen television and DVD/CD player with surround sound. This combined bedroom and living room also opens onto two additional terraces, the first with twin banquettes for lounging or dining and the second featuring a sunken table with cushions, bolsters and two sunning mats. An overhanging roofline creates shaded outdoor areas on each of the three terraces, and the doors open wide to catch the cooling sea breezes. The bathroom area is behind a decorative wooden screen and features an elegant, freestanding bathtub with adjacent ottoman. Twin vanities are located on either end along with a separate rainshower and toilet. The Pavilions incorporate a simple palette of colors and materials, and the floor is polished, sand-colored terrazzo with teak inlays.
There are also 20 Amanyara Villas with three distinct outlooks, over the ponds and gardens, ocean or with beach access. Each is situated on 1.5 acres of land and is serviced by a chef and villa host.
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 with timber sun decks extending over the water and a glassed-in lounge extension offering extra space for a third person.
Ocean Pavilions are positioned along the oceanfront with views of the sea. These pavilions are elevated approximately six meters above the waterline, and have pathways leading to the rocky shoreline.
|Ocean Cove Pavilion||
Ocean Cove Pavilions are positioned along the oceanfront, elevated approximately six meters above the waterline, and have direct access to the sea.
Pool Pavilions feature a 12-meter infinity-edge swimming pool surrounded by teak decking and natural vegetation.
|Deluxe Pool Pavilion||
Deluxe Pool Pavilions feature a glassed-in relaxation alcove and a 9-meter zero-edge swimming pool and are surrounded by teak decking and natural vegetation.
|Pool Pavilion Suite||
The Pool Pavilion Suite comprises two bedrooms connected by a relaxation and dining lounge, facing a private 18-meter zero-edge pool. The Pool Pavilion Suite also includes a gym, nanny accommodation and a four-seater club car.
The Amanyara Pavilion is elevated above the water with dramatic ocean views and features a T-shaped pool, glassed-in extension overlooking a private garden and a teak lounging sala ideal for watching the sunset.
Tranquility Villas are sited on the edge of tranquil lakes and have either 3 or 4 bedrooms. They feature infinity-edge swimming pools, a private chef and host and two golf buggies. Some come with a private pathway to the beach.
Ocean Villas are positioned along the dramatic shoreline with views of the sea and have either 3 or 4 bedrooms. They feature infinity-edge swimming pools, a private chef and host and two golf buggies.
Beach Villas have direct access to Amanyara’s private powdery white-sand beach and turquoise waters. They have either 4 or 5 bedrooms and feature private infinity pools, a dedicated chef and housekeeper and two four-seater golf buggies.
|Amanyara Beach Villa||
The 6 bedroom Amanyara Beach Villa offers direct beach access, vast living space, infinity-edge swimming pool, extensive lounging and dining areas and a dune sala.
Children are welcome at Amanyara. There is a Nature Discovery Center providing hands-on learning experiences for both adults and children with programs designed by the American Museum of Natural History. These exciting programs focus on the discovery and conservation of the local flora and fauna, from guided hikes and snorkeling expeditions to the Adopt-A-Coral program and the opportunity to participate in the Amanyara Sea Turtle Initiative, which involves tagging sea turtles in the wild, helping to provide insight into their breeding, foraging and migratory behaviours.
Food and beverage options at Amanyara include The Restaurant, specializing in classic Asian and Mediterranean dishes, The Bar featuring panoramic ocean views and the Beach Club for casual dining. The resort also has facilities to provide opportunities for peaceful relaxation or wellness such as a library with a reading terrace overlooking the pond, club house with four floodlit clay tennis courts, volleyball court and golf simulator, a fitness center, Pilates studio and yoga sala, spa, cinema screening room and Nature Discovery Center.
Complimentary activities include use of the 50-meter swimming pool, non-motorized watersports such as Hobie Cats, ocean kayaks and boogie boards, snorkeling equipment, twice-daily snorkeling trips and yoga classes. Activities at an additional charge include scuba diving, spa treatments, fishing, golf (off-site), golf simulator and land and sea excursions.
Location & Directions
Turks & Caicos islands
Amanyara is located on the coast of Northwest Point adjacent to Malcolm’s Beach on the island of Providenciales. The island is one of the Turks and Caicos Islands, part of the British West Indies.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.