Amanyara in Turks and Caicos has renovated some of its common areas and select villas during its seasonal closure.
Among the updates were those made to the resort’s entrance pavilion, which received new landscaping, and to its central tranquility ponds, with new lounge furniture and wooden backgammon and chess board games.
The main restaurant received a full interior renovation that includes new art pieces, lighting and furniture. The resort’s casual eatery, the Beach Club, has been upgraded with multilevel decking shaded by new pergolas and has introduced a new drinks menu.
The resort also announced that it will debut kosher-accredited preparation areas next year.
Three of the resort’s luxury private villas have undergone renovations. The lakefront Villa 14 has been fully refurbished, with the addition of a private pathway leading directly to a new yoga pavilion and a meditative water fountain. Villa 8, a four-bedroom Tranquility Villa, has also undergone a complete refurbishment of the interior living space and expansive outdoor terrace space with a hot tub and fire pit.
Amanyara’s signature villa, the Artists Villa, now includes a private fitness and wellness area. The Artists Villa is the resort’s largest and most exclusive residence, with five bedrooms and three acres of private gardens; a recording studio; a steam room and cold plunge pool; and a private, 108-foot infinity swimming pool overlooking the sea.
The three- to six-bedroom villas come with the services of a private chef. All villas and rooms include a dedicated host.
Amanyara is part of the Aman portfolio, which includes 34 luxury resorts, hotels and private residences in 20 countries. Its other Caribbean property, Amanera, is in the Dominican Republic.
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