Amanyara

Isolated tropical serenity.

fromUSD $2108*night
Includes all taxes & fees
Perks
worth over
$170
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • $100 Food & Beverage credit
  • Room upgrade on arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Free Wi-Fi
*Based on a 5 night stay, from Sun, Sep 25 to Fri, Sep 30. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Providenciales, Turks & Caicos

Amanyara

Isolated tropical serenity.

What it is

An utterly exclusive, soul-refreshing Caribbean hideaway.

What it isn't

In the thick of things: The remote location, in a vast nature preserve, is far from the rest of Provo's resorts.

What we think

Amanyara, the first Caribbean property for the Amanresorts chain, opened in 2006 atop a jagged promontory overlooking a sugar-white beach. It's the picture of a Caribbean hideaway—with a uniquely Aman twist. In lieu of calypso beats and cocktail umbrellas, Amanyara highlights the rugged beauty of its location while maintaining the poise and simplicity of its Asian roots. The 38 low-slung, open-sided guest pavilions, made of dense Indonesian hardwoods, are scattered around the native palmettos and low-lying scrub. Seemingly floating atop ponds or positioned above the ocean, they have a sleek, minimalist design: teak furniture, terrazzo floors, a freestanding white soaking tub. All have decks; some have a private pool. (There are also several villas with three to six bedrooms.) At the heart of the resort is a massive reflecting pool, restaurant and bar. The spa and fitness center offer yoga, Pilates and tennis, and there's even a dive center—the resort overlooks the world's third largest coral reef—and a kid-oriented Nature Discovery Center. Nonetheless, the resort's exclusive air is better suited to couples than to families with young children.

You're here because

You want the Aman experience—romantic, remote, effortless—within (relatively) easy reach.

The Moment

Back from the morning’s dive, you hand over your gear to your guide and wander over to one of the lounge chairs. In the moment it takes you to readjust your sunglasses, a server is on his way over, carrying eucalyptus-scented towels and ice-cold bottles of water.

Restaurants & Bars

The Restaurant - Asian and modern Mediterranean dishes

The Beach Club - Casual dining

The Bar

Family activities

Northwest Marine National Park - Daily programs co-created by a naturalist and teachers from the American Museum of Natural History's Science and Nature dept. The programs include safaris, nature-themed presentations, scavenger hunts, and turtle conversations.

Frequently Asked Questions about Amanyara

What are some of the property amenities at Amanyara?
Some of the most popular property amenities include a reflecting pool, the Aman Spa, and snorkeling at the private beach. Daily breakfast for two people is available when booking with Skylark.
Does Amanyara have a swimmable beach?
Yes. Amanyara guests have access to a private beach and The Beach Club.
Does Amanyara have an airport shuttle?
Amanyara provides a complimentary airport transfer.
What food & drink options are available at Amanyara?
The Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner and it offers fresh produce and seafood. The Beach Club is open for lunch and offers a range of seafood and sushi options. The Bar serves drinks and light meals throughout the day. You can also arrange for a romantic dinner on the coastline as well as a picnic on the shore.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Amanyara?
Yes. Amanyara's fitness center features state-of-the-art equipment. There is also a Pilates studio, boxing studio, as well as 4 clay Har-tru tennis courts. Private fitness or yoga sessions can be arranged.

Location

Set on the tranquil western shores of Providenciales, Amanyara claims a secluded half-mile of beach, separated from the island’s other developments by 5,000 acres of protected parkland. It’s a complimentary 25-minute Range Rover ride from the international airport.

Northwest Point
Providenciales, TKCA 1ZZ
Turks and Caicos Islands