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By admin | August 5 2014
Derived from the Sanskrit word for “peace”, Amanyara embraces pristine, whitesand beaches and turquoise waters ideal for water sports and diving enthusiasts. Comprised of contemporary pavilions and fully serviced, private villas ranging from three to five bedrooms, Amanyara provides the utmost privacy and tranquility.
The Restaurant, Beach Club, and Bar serve Asian and island-inspired cuisine with ocean views and poolside lounging salas for sunset watching. So whether you want to unwind in the spa or explore the ocean at the on-site Nature Discovery Center, Amanyara, enhanced by its unwavering commitment to luxury, provides the perfect base camp.
Number of bedrooms in villa: Six
Number of entrances to villa: One
Number of bathrooms: Seven full with one outdoor bathtub
Villa style: Organic island luxe, by Jean Michel Gathy
Number of suites in hotel: 36 pavilions, 20 villas, and two two-bedroom pool suites
Key selling points: This brand new six-bedroom villa is centered around a rectangular infinity-edged swimming pool done in black volcanic rock from Java, and features a large living and dining pavilion, outdoor dining sala, and fully equipped kitchen. Designed to offer a luxurious and private setting enhanced by Amanresorts’ legendary standards of service excellence, the villa is crafted from the finest materials and finishes including Balau and Kapur hardwoods, Barbados coral stone, Terrazzo flooring, leather backed consoles, teak flooring inlays, and contemporary furnishings.
General Manager Marco Franck
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
The Spa at Amanyara: Overlooking a large reflection pond and surrounded by lush tropical greenery, The Spa at Amanyara offers four double treatment rooms, a boutique, a seasonal “Pilates by Erika Bloom” program, and a variety of wellness treatments. The serene facilities and skilled staff create a nurturing, comfortable environment designed to promote holistic wellbeing through the rejuvenation of mind, body, and spirit.
Wellness Manager Ann Marie Mckenzie,
The Restaurant at Amanyara: The Restaurant at Amanyara offers alfresco Caribbean dining under a canopy of Gumbo Limbo trees, and for comfortable air-conditioned dining in the hotter months, indoor seating is on offer. Adding to the restaurant’s luxurious duality is a menu teeming with classic Asian and modern Mediterranean cuisine fished fresh from the sea.
Executive Chef Fritz Zwhalen,
From June 1 through October 31, 2014, all meals prepared by either private chef or the hotel restaurants are included free with a stay of three nights or more. With this offer, guests also receive a fifth night free.