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COMO Parrot Cay – Luxury Private Island Resort

COMO Parrot Cay

COMO Parrot Cay is an award-winning Turks and Caicos luxury resort set on its own private island. From its personalised service and sophisticated cuisine to its distinctive design and island beach, this luxury resort works hard to tailor the experience to your needs. Parrot Cay by COMO’s range of rooms, suites and villas is unique among luxury resorts in the Caribbean.

COMO Parrot Cay
COMO Parrot Cay

All villas and houses have their own private pools, and many have direct beach access as well as the 24-hour services of COMO’s acclaimed butlers. There, you’ll also find Parrot Cay Estate, a five-minute buggy ride away from the resort in a part of the island known as Rocky Point. Here, the privately owned three- and five-bedroom houses, as well as larger compounds with multiple homes, are available for rental and prove ideal for larger gatherings.
Offering some of the most varied dining in the Turks and Caicos, the resort’s menus draw from the Caribbean’s rich seafood larder while emphasising all that is fresh, local and organic wherever possible. Relaxed poolside Lotus restaurant serves light Caribbean-inspired dishes during the day and contemporary Asian at night, while the Terrace restaurant specialises in modern Mediterranean.

COMO Parrot Cay
COMO Parrot Cay

Delicious and nutritious COMO Shambhala Cuisine, meanwhile, maximises energy and wellbeing, while an extensive room service menus let you enjoy meals in complete privacy with beach picnics, tiki hut dinners and poolside meals at your villa.
Discover the calming spirit of Turks and Caicos spa resort at COMO Shambhala Retreat where you’ll find holistic, Asian-inspired treatments including Ayurveda, aromatherapy, Pilates and other holistic approaches to mental quietude, physical wellbeing and spiritual balance. Facilities, which are open to 16-year-olds and upwards, include a sweeping yoga room aired by natural breezes, nine treatment rooms, an outdoor Jacuzzi garden, a Pilates studio, double massage rooms and Japanese baths—all in low-lying pavilions overlooking the North Caicos Channel and the surrounding wetlands.

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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