Asian-inspired luxury in the Caribbean
It’s hard to imagine a place that feels more secluded and peaceful — or more stunning — than Amanyara, an ultra-luxury resort located on Providenciales, one of eight islands that make up Turks and Caicos.

The remote-feeling resort is located next to the 18,000-acre Northwest Point Marine National Park, but is just a 25-minute drive from the isle’s airport. There’s no need to worry about a lack of things to do here, as Amanyara is brimming with activities, from snorkeling trips and whale watching to outdoor yoga and kayaking.

In truth, though, this is a place designed for guests to relax in luxury and utterly disconnect from the outside world, be it on the private half-mile white sand beach or on a villa’s secluded sun deck.

Unlike other Caribbean resorts, the look and feel of Amanyara is decidedly Asian, with an indoor/outdoor aesthetic reflected in the modern padoga-style pavilions that dot the property.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Fitness enthusiasts will not want for activities here between the four clay tennis courts, a Pilates studio, outdoor yoga sala and fitness center.
  • On the beach you’ll find everything you need for an aquatic adventure: kayaks, sailboats, paddleboards, sailing catamarans, and gear for snorkeling.
  • After a soak in the sun, guests can head to the spa pavilion for a variety of treatments including massages, wraps, scrubs, and facials.
  • Those looking to connect with the natural surroundings can learn more about them at the resort’s Nature Discovery Center (book a hike to explore the island on foot with an expert).
  • Should the tropical weather hinder outdoor excursions, you can head to the library, which is stocked with games and books galore, or head to the screening room for a movie any night of the week, popcorn included.
Things to Know
  • The landscaping, including the large central reflecting pool, the 164-foot black volcanic rock infinity-edge pool and the lush vegetation, play up the clean-lined Asian-inspired architecture.
  • This Providenciales stable on the southeast end of the island has friendly horses and ponies that are perfect for riders of all experience levels, an ideal outing for both couples and families.
The Rooms
  • The 36 stand-alone timber-shingled pavilions are enclosed by three glass walls, while the 18 villas each sit on one-and-a-half acres each.
  • All guest quarters are minimally decorated in creams and taupes and feature dramatic platform beds, and views of reflecting ponds, gardens or the ocean.
  • Pavilion bathrooms come with rain showers, large dual vanities and a free-standing bathtubs. Outdoor areas include ample amounts of teak decking with tables and chairs.
  • Villas are nothing short of extravagant with three to five separate bedroom pavilions, private swimming pools, some with outdoor showers, and ample room (about 12,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space) to lounge around.
The Restaurants
  • The main restaurant at the luxury hotel is open to the ocean with alfresco seating beneath large mahogany trees, and an indoor air-conditioned section (both have sweeping views of the sea).
  • Expect both Asian and Mediterranean dishes, with plenty of fresh seafood options. 
  • Amanyara's large bar is ideal for dining throughout the day (hello, oversized daybeds) and drinking cocktails such as the Amanyara Mojito served with a splash of champagne.
  • The range of rums on hand is impressive, some house-infused with local fruits. Bonus: There’s also a seaside eatery serving casual beach fare.
Outdoor pool
Getting There
Ports Of Call Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos Islands
PLS (28 min)  
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