By the Caribbean Journal staff
One of the leading luxury resorts in the Turks and Caicos Islands is planning a reopening in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
The Amanyara resort on the far northwestern tip of Providenciales is planning to reopen its doors on Dec. 15, according to the property’s Web site.
“We are well underway in completing the repairs to the minor damage caused to the resort from Hurricanes Irma and Maria,” the property said in a statement.
Amanyara is billing the debut as a “revitalized” resort for the festive season.
“We remain focused on supporting the broader community of the Turks and Caicos as the entire destination and the families who reside there recover from these devastating storms,” the property said.
Amanyara has a mix of “pavilions” and villas with with indoor-outdoor design concepts.
The resort, one of two Aman Resorts properties in the Caribbean (the other is Amanera in the Dominican Republic), has 59 accommodations in total. .
Turks and Caicos has rebounded quickly from this fall’s storms, with the vast majority of resorts already open, from the island’s new flagship hotel, The Shore Club, to The Sands at Grace Bay.