AMANYARA is a luxury all-inclusive resort on Providenciales’ remote west coast that is part of the Aman family of resorts and residences. It is bounded on the ocean side by the Northwest Point Marine National Park and on the south by the Frenchman’s Creek Nature Reserve. The stunning Malcolm’s Road Beach fronts the resort’s northern side. Amanyara Turks and Caicos is one of the Caribbean’s most exclusive resorts, and it has hosted famous and celebrity guests from all over the world.

The layout and design of this accommodation are low-density, with secluded pavilions and villas interspersed with ponds and vegetation. The villas range in size from 3 to 6 bedrooms, and the pavilions are available in either a one-room or larger two-bedroom family configuration. The resort’s concierge service, which assists with activity planning and any guest requests, is one of the amenities.


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  • Ross Hyde
    Ross Hyde
    a month ago

    Best place we have ever stayed. Everyone knew my little daughters name and they went out of their way to make it special for her. Saltwater Infinity pool at our room was incredible. Beach was spectacular. Only minor downside depending how you feel is it is so secluded. You are in your on personal bubble world for sure. Would love to come back!

  • S Muel
    S Muel
    a month ago

    Having heard all the negative comments all over the web (overpriced, no views from the room, rude/bad service, way too far away from everything on the island, etc), we weren't willing to pay the $1,800 per night to stay here. But we figured having lunch in their restaurant would be a good chance to check it out for future trips. We're glad we didn't commit more money and time to the experience of Amanyara. Despite advertising their restaurant across a multitude of mediums (online, in local magazines and brochures, and guide books) and clearly stating that the restaurant is open to "guests and non-residents", they wouldn't even let us in. Even now, the website still says we're welcome to visit just to eat. Malcolm Beach Road is a pretty significant adventure in itself, just to arrive at a restaurant that claims to welcome our business and be rudely turned away by their staff. A gentleman is an Amanyara uniform told us we could not eat there and to "go away". When I explained that the website says the restaurant is open to non-residents, and that we had driven all that way just to have lunch, he simply said, "No. Go away." With that being our introduction to the quality of their "service", we figured it wasn't even worth debating. We'd rather drive all the way back to town. Keep in mind we weren't underdressed, drunk, or with an oversized party, or anything that would warrant such attitude. Amanyara likes to brag about how fantastic they think their food is, bringing in "exclusive chefs" to prepare it, and advertising the wonderful architecture and ambience of their establishment, but all that lip-service is worthless when they won't let people actually experience it. Based on the reviews from folks who did experience Amanyara, we're not too heartbroken we were turned away.

  • JP Chandler
    JP Chandler
    3 months ago

    Beautiful property and accommodations. Service was average at best. Far less attention to detail then many other places in this category. Very overpriced for what was provided. As an example, I was quoted $330 dollars each way for a taxi town…..24 min away. Some of the service staff were outstanding but many lacked enthusiasm and had to be flagged down. The front desk staff were pleasant enough but lacked the interest and passion for their work as exists in most 5 star accommodations. I will not be returning.

  • Owen Boller
    Owen Boller
    5 months ago

    Amazing Stay! The Spa is incredible. Vihani did an excellent job. Will be back.

  • Erika Romo
    Erika Romo
    a year ago

    Best place! I came here for my honeymoon so it’s a special place. Best views. Best water. Best beach.

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