Turks and Caicos Resort Gets New Six-Bedroom Villa

By Paul Joseph

Amanyara, the luxury beachside resort in the Turks and Caicos, has a new luxury six bedroom beachside villa to rent.

The villa has been designed by renowned architect Jean-Michel Gathy and is almost double the size of the resort’s other four and five bedroom villas.

Known as Amanyara Villa, it has been created to cater for large families or friends travelling as a group and provides accommodation for up to 12 guests in consummate privacy.

Surrounded by lush vegetation alongside the resort, the villa offers direct access to the beach and the waters of the marine reserve, as well as a number of four-seater golf buggies for exploring the property and taking advantage of the resort’s facilities and services.

The villa is centred around an infinity swimming pool in black volcanic rock with extensive hardwood decking. Notable features include a fully-equipped Pilates studio, a lifestyle office and a grand sala for relaxing in view of the ocean.

A large living and dining pavilions feature high ceilings and sliding doors which open to sea views, while the outdoor dining sala enjoys the perfect setting for alfresco meals. The kitchen is run by a personal villa chef who, together with the villa host, take care of all guest needs.

Villa guests enjoy complimentary access to all the resort’s facilities, including the fitness centre, tennis courts and non-motorised water sports equipment.

Amanyara is a secluded beachside resort on the coast of Northwest Point on the island of Providenciales, bordering the Northwest Point Marine National Park, acclaimed for some of the world’s best wall and reef diving.

With a contemporary layout and design, the 40 timber-shingled guest pavilions and 20 villas are tucked along the coast or situated inland on the edge of ponds.

Prices at the Amanyara Villa start from $20,000 per night.

By Paul Joseph