Amanyara, Turks & Caicos Islands
Amanyara is a stunning piece of heaven on earth that set on the picturesque island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands. It is in the middle of the Caribbean with access to Northwest Point Marine National Park reefs and its crystal clear turquoise water and white beach.
Amanyara is an Arawak Amerindians ancient word for peace (aman) and place (yara). It is part of the Aman brand, one of the world’s most popular hotel chain.
Amanyara boasts 40 pavilions all throughout the resort, which starts at $1,500 a night. The most expensive one, the Villa 14 at Amanyara, was designed by critically acclaimed architect Jean Michel Gathy. It is one of several suites strategically placed with a view of a peaceful lake and volcanic rock swimming pool.
As the most expensive accommodation, Villa 14 at Amanyara definitely delivers. The 12,395 square feet villa houses three bedroom suites (all of which with a lake view). The fourth bedroom has the best view and features the volcanic rock infinity pool and connects to the dining pavilion and main living room. The master bedroom has outdoor showers and baths.
Other facilities of Villa 14 at Amanyaa include sunken al-fresco dining area, an office room, and yoga pavilion. Throughout the resort, guests also have access to a gym, kid-sized soccer pitch, two tennis courts, beach volleyball court, golf simulator, Beach Club, Serenity Spa Villa, and the main restaurant and bar.
During peak seasons, Villa 14 at Amanyara can reach up to $30,000 a night. The resort caters to a wide range of budgets, starting from $1,500 a night. The rate doesn’t include food and drinks yet, though. Villa 14 guests have personal chef at their service and 24/7 attendant to cater to their various needs.
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