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Amanyara

At a Glance

    Pros

  • on one of the best beaches on Provo
  • resort is quiet and secluded

    Cons

  • isolated
  • far from restaurants, excursions, and other beaches
  • probably the most expensive place to stay in Provo

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Amanyara Review

If you seek seclusion, peace, and tranquillity in a Zen-like atmosphere—and you're ready to pay a lot for it—this is your place. All accommodations are in cottage-like pavilions, which are furnished in an Asian minimalist style but still include TVs, DVD players, and surround-sound systems. A movie room and well-stocked library are among the few entertainment options, but small touches, such as a shoe rack at the beach and huggers to keep your bottled water cool, are welcome. No need to sign for anything here—the staff will always remember you by name. When it comes to dining, expect an Asian-influenced menu and very high prices. One thing is for certain: it's a long, pricey ride to other restaurants, not to mention other excursions. This is a place to come if you are looking for peace and quiet in a remote location on a stunning beach. Rates include the minibar (except spirits) and all long-distance phone calls.

2011 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Stylish Seclusion
Secluded, chic, elegant, and peaceful—the luxurious Amanyara is situated on one of the Caribbean's most beautiful islands. Water is a crucial element to the hotel's tranquility: contemporary pavilions and villas are scattered across the property, either perched right on the coast or situated inland next to placid lakes; each are equipped with day beds, a personal bar, and surround sound. Common areas are stunning, especially the infinity pool with uninterrupted views of the Caribbean. The attentive staff knows you by name and will indulge you in candlelit dinners, healing massages, photo shoots, daily snorkeling excursions, and private movie screenings on one of the best beaches in the entire region.

    Hotel Details

  • 40 pavilions
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 03-04-2014

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    Beautiful and Peaceful

    The Fodors review pretty much says it all. Lovely beach, fantastic service, amazing, secluded pavilions. Food is interesting, varied, and generally well prepared. Very, very pricey, and you're captive at the resort. Fortunately, when we booked for a minimum stay (3 or 4 nights ?) they threw in the full meal plan. Common areas are stunning, and the infinity pool was gorgeous. No one ever asked for our name or room number. They knew who we were. Use of hobies, kayaks, and snorkle equipment at no charge. A hefty price tag, but there are a lot of unexpected extas - such as free beer and soft drinks from the fridge, great room ammenities, complimentary bottle of Veuve Cliquot. Free daily snorkle trips from the beach. It almost seemed like there were only about 20 people staying at the resort. It's not cheap, but if you love beauty, peace and quiet, seclusion and fabulous service, you may never want to go any place else.

    by stuart59, 7/18/09
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    Amanyara Review

    My husband and I stayed at the Amanyara in July of 2010 for 5 days. The experience that we had was amazing! Everything about the experience was first class all the way. . The setting, views and accommodations are simply breathtaking. If you are looking for quiet and relaxation this is the place. If you are more of someone who likes to go out on the town then this is not the place for you!The staff seriously does not even know the word "no" you can dress any way you like, you will never wait for a table or a chair by the pool. It is the highest level of luxury we have ever experienced. We stayed four nights and wanted to stay forever.

    by stephenbrown, 9/13/10

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