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The Restaurant provides a choice of dining settings. It is divided into two areas, one open to sea breezes and the other air-conditioned. The open setting leads down to a terrace with outdoor seating scattered beneath two large trees. Both areas have sweeping views of the ocean. The second area can be closed to provide air-conditioned dining in the hotter months and also opens to an outdoor balcony that enjoys views across the central reflecting pond. The cuisine focuses on classic Asian and modern Mediterranean dishes with an emphasis on fresh seafood.
|Spa & Wellness
The Serenity Villa spa and wellness facility featuring four double treatment paviions, a reception and relaxation pavilion with spa boutique, a 108 square foot swimming pool lined with chaise lounge chairs, an outdoor yoga sala and a Pilates studio equipped with a reformer.
Spread over one and a half acres and bordering a traquil pond, guests can coose from a variety of massages, wraps, scrubs, facials and beauty treatments, all of whch may also be enjoyed in the privacy of guest pavilions or villas.
A Master in Residence guides guests through the latest holistic healing practices and private yoga, Pilates or meditation can be arranged.
Fitness Center Overlooking the tennis courts, the gym features a range of cardiovascular equipment and resistance training machines. A personal trainer can be arranged for private sessions.
Beach 2,625 ft. white sand beach. The Turks and Caicos is blessed with crystal clear turquoise waters and powder white-sand beaches, making it a premiere destination for beach and water sports enthusiasts. More than 1,000 square miles of coral reefs encircle the islands and the warm climate ensures a rich and diverse range of marine life..
Pool The swimming pool is located within an expansive terrace that provides uninterrupted views of the ocean. Measuring 164 by 26 feet, two lounging salas on either end offer shallow entry to the pool. A third lounging sala is located beyond the pool and closer to the oceanfront. Pairs of sunloungers are positioned along the timber deck and an outdoor shower area is provided..
|Diving and Snorkelling
The Reef Providenciales features a barrier reef that runs the length of the island’s 17-mile)northeast coast and therefore offers a host of exceptional dive sites. Located directly in front of the resort, approximately1,640 feet from the beach are the remarkable coral reef walls of the Northwest Point Marine National Park. This five-mile fringing reef system runs parallel to the coastline.
Diving (at additional cost) All dive sites in Northwest Point Marine National Park are, weather-permitting, a 3- to 8-minute boat ride from Amanyara’s beach. In slightly rougher water conditions where beach access is not possible, guests will be driven to a south side dock to board the dive boat. The fully-equipped Dive Pavilion at Amanyara offers a range of scuba diving courses suited to all levels.
Snorkelling can be enjoyed just off the beach at Amanyara. The sandy bottom declines gradually until the reef wall falls away dramatically to 6,888 feet. Snorkelling equipment is available, and instruction is offered to novices.
Library The Library, with its reading terrace overlooking the central reflecting pond, offers a wide selection of coffee table books along with travel guides, novels and reference materials. Newspapers, magazines, CDs, DVDs, board games and internet access are also available.
Boutique Adjacent to the Library is the Boutique which offers a variety of resort wear, jewellery, art work, souvenirs and vacation essentials.
Screening Room The multimedia Screening Room features 30 wide leather seats and is fully equipped with a DVD and VHS player, Cable TV, high speed internet and video/data projection capabilities.
Tennis There are two floodlit Har-tru clay tennis courts. Tennis racquets, balls and shoes are provided and lessons or game partners can be arranged.
Internet Wireless broadband connections are available in all accommodations and the Library.
At additional cost
Fishing Notable among potential catches is the highly elusive bonefish, considered saltwater fishing’s best ‘fighting fish’. Amanyara works with local guides who know the best spots around the island to test your skills. Both light tackle and deep-sea game fishing are also popular