Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands – Amanyara, arguably the most luxurious resort in the Caribbean, has just become even more irresistible. Guests who book four nights or more in one of Amanyara’s Pavilions or Villas between January 4 and October 31, 2009 (excluding Presidents’ Week, February 12-16, and Easter, April 3-17) will enjoy complimentary meals throughout their stay.
And these aren’t just any meals. The Cuisine at Amanyara is known for its mix of classical Asian and modern Mediterranean cuisine in the Restaurant (Kerala-style Pompano in Coconut Milk Sauce or Baby Veal Chop Cannelloni with Onion Marmalade and Tomato Concasse, for example) and casual Caribbean fare, emphasizing fresh seafood (South Caicos Lobster Tail in season or King Prawns), at the Beach Club.
Coffee, tea and juice at breakfast are complimentary; other beverages are additional.
As always, dining in complete privacy on the terrace of the Pavilions or Villas is also a tempting option.
In other news, Amanyara’s Serenity Villa, built around its own swimming pool, is now available for yoga and Pilates classes, holistic treatments and a range of spa and beauty treatments.
The Villa consists of a reception pavilion, four double treatment pavilions, a yoga/Pilates studio and an open-air yoga sala overlooking the pool and pond.
And from January 22 to 29, 2009, Amanyara will host Tanya Streeter, a world record-setting free-diver (diving without the aid of a breathing apparatus), who will be in residence to offer one-on-one free-diving instruction, private snorkeling trips and insight into marine conservation and the winter migration of Humpback whales in the waters in front of the resort.
Amanresorts was founded in 1988 by Adrian Zecha who envisioned a collection of intimate retreats in beautiful surroundings with the unassuming, warm hospitality of a gracious private residence. Amanpuri, in Phuket, Thailand, introduced the concept, and since its launch two decades ago, Amanresorts has grown to encompass 19 resorts located in Bhutan, Cambodia, China, France, French Polynesia, India, Indonesia, Morocco, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, the Turks & Caicos Islands and the USA. Additional resorts will open in Montenegro, India, Laos and Utah in 2009.