Parrot Cay by COMO
Turks & Caicos, Caribbean
A fashionable and romantic hideaway, where Asia meets the Caribbean. Parrot Cay by COMO is full of secluded coves, pristine white sandy beaches and unspoiled reefs, and forms part of the stunning Turks and Caicos archipelago in the north of the Caribbean.
At a Glance
Exclusive private island hotel accessed only by boat
Some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean - many of which are deserted
Voted Best Overseas Vacation Hotel in The Americas & Caribbean & Best Overseas Hotel Spas in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Travel Awards
Choice of room, beach house or luxurious villa accommodations
Total privacy ensured if you stay in one of the private villas
Luxurious, highly rated COMO Shambhala Spa
Family programs arranged on request
Parrot Cay is a great place for celebrity spotting. Bruce Willis, Keith Richards and Donna Karen all have villas on the island.Anna Bleasdale
The food at both restaurants is to die for. Asian fusion at the Lotus Restaurant and Mediterranean at The Terrace. Try the soft shell crab Maki or Wagyu beef burger; the latter is filling, but definitely worth it!Scott Dunn team
You can canoe through the middle of the island here or cycle around the pathways.Victoria Douglas
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Parrot Cay by COMO
Parrot Cay is one of 40 small islands in the Turks and Caicos archipelago, the only private island in the Turks and Caicos and it is just a 35-minute boat transfer from Providenciales island. Crystal clear waters surround the cay and its three miles of white sand beaches, and there are groves of cactus, mangroves and wetlands within the island’s 1,000 secluded acres.
Parrot Cay by COMO is designed with simplicity in mind, combining elements of colonial decor with the lavish use of white fabrics and teak flooring and furnishings. There are 60 rooms, suites and villas, all with Indonesian four-poster beds and spacious terraces or balconies. Many of the beach villas and houses are located right on the beach with direct access and all offer the ultimate private retreat. Each of the two-bedroom villas features a gorgeous living room with a spacious dining area leading out onto the sundeck, equipped with a heated swimming pool and outside dining pavilion. These larger villas, as well as the COMO Villas, also provide a kitchen and private butler service to see to every guests' needs.
Parrot Cay by COMO boasts a large and stunning infinity pool, two floodlit tennis courts, nature trails and a range of non-d water sports available. The snorkeling and diving are excellent and, for relaxation, holistic Asian-inspired treatments and complimentary yoga and pilates classes are offered at the award-winning COMO Shambhala Spa. The spa is located in low-lying pavilions with nine treatment rooms overlooking the North Caicos Channel and the island's wetlands, rich with bird life. Two restaurants and two bars offer a wealth of delicious cuisines in various settings, and private dining can be arranged on the decks or verandas of suites and villas for an intimate experience.
For our younger guests, Parrot Cay by COMO has a variety of children's activities which are customized for each guest. From pirate themed scavenger hunts to sailing trips around the island, there will be a new adventure every day!
Parrot Cay by COMO features Rooms, Suites and One, Two and Three Bedroom Villas. Room amenities include: air-conditioning, ceiling fan, WiFi and high speed Internet access, radio and CD player, 32” or 42” flat screen TV and DVD player and complimentary coffee/tea making facilities. Parrot Cay's rooms are designed to maximize light. Facing the sea or the island’s natural landscaping, the breeze rolls in from the ocean. Here simplicity begets sophistication. Balinese day-beds, four-posters and private pools encourage relaxed lounging.
Designed to maximize comfort and natural light, these spacious rooms make our Turks and Caicos island hotel stand out. There is a four-poster bed draped in diaphanous white voile, large dining table and a verandah or sundeck for private sunbathing. Two children can also be accommodated, the banquette seating converting into two single beds.
|Garden View Room||
Among luxury resorts in the Caribbean, these rooms deliver a strong sense of place. A four-poster bed draped in diaphanous white voile and large dining table deliver a contemporary Caribbean feel along with the French doors opening onto a private verandah with garden views. Two children can also be accommodated, the banquette seating converting into two single beds.
|Ocean Facing Room||
These ocean-facing, sun-filled rooms make you feel like you are staying in a Turks and Caicos beach resort, the four-poster bed draped in diaphanous white voile giving every room a contemporary-colonial feel. Large windows increase this sensibility, with views over the landscaped gardens and towards the ocean.
Two children can also be accommodated, the banquette seating converting into two single beds.
These oversized suites at our Turks and Caicos luxury hotel have a separate living room, bedroom and two bathrooms, as well as cosy sofas, a dining table, and French doors leading onto a wooden balcony with a daybed and garden views.
|One-Bedroom Beach House||
These on-the-beach, one-bedroom, semi-detached beach houses have a residential atmosphere rare among Turks and Caicos luxury resorts. With a true abundance of space, there is a bedroom, sitting room (with dining area) and a heated plunge pool on the private sundeck.
|Two-Bedroom Beach House||
These new two-bedroom beach houses sit nestled among the sand dunes with uninterrupted ocean views. Filled with Caribbean sun, they comprise two ensuite bedrooms, a spacious living and dining area, a large outdoor deck and private swimming pool. Each two-bedroom beach house also comes with the services of a COMO butler. Their role is to ease you through your arrival, organize castaway picnics with the children and arrange meals, becoming your chief activities planners during your stay.
|One-Bedroom Beach Villa||
With direct access to Parrot Cay’s mile-long white beach and surrounded by lush vegetation, these one-bedroom homes are among some of the best Turks and Caicos villas, and perfect for honeymooning couples. In addition to a separate bedroom, two bathrooms, sitting area and a dining space ideal for private meals, there is an outdoor garden shower and heated plunge pool on the villa’s sundeck.
|Two-Bedroom Beach Villa||
Among Caribbean luxury villas, these two-bedroom beach houses stand out because of direct access to Parrot Cay’s mile-long white powder beach. Ideal for families, there are two master bedrooms—each with four-poster beds—as well as a living room with space enough for in-room dining. Outside there is a sundeck with a heated pool and alfresco dining pavilion. Each Two-Bedroom Beach Villa also includes COMO’s signature 24-hour private butler service. Their role is to ease you through your arrival, organize castaway picnics with the children and arrange meals, becoming your chief activities planners during your stay.
This ocean-facing, three-bedroom luxury Caribbean villa offers outstanding views of the aquamarine ocean and ultimate privacy—ideal for families or groups of friends. In addition to a large dining and lounge area, there’s a private sundeck with a heated swimming pool, sun loungers and an alfresco dining table. This villa also includes COMO’s signature 24-hour private butler service. Their role is to ease you through your arrival, organize castaway picnics with the children and arrange meals, becoming your chief activities planners during your stay.
Children are welcome here. There is no official kids club however complimentary children's activities will be arranged in partnership with parents focussing on family based activities such as beach combing, treasure hunts and water based activities. Babysitting is available on request, and there are beach toys, kites, games, board games and movies to borrow in villa.
Parrot Cay by COMO has two restaurants. Lotus is a relaxed, poolside restaurant for alfresco dining, serving Caribbean dishes by day and Thai and Japanese inspired meals by night. Terrace restaurant in the main building serves contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, with an Italian influence. Guests can also enjoy COMO Shambhala's healthy cuisine, made with fresh, local and organic ingredients. Other facilities include a swimming pool, two tennis courts, gym, library with DVDs and CDs, boutique and the COMO Shambhala retreat which features a yoga room, nine treatment rooms, an outdoor Jacuzzi garden, a Pilates studio, double massage rooms and Japanese baths.
Complimentary activities include snorkeling, windsurfing, stand up paddleboard, kayaking, gym, two tennis courts, group yoga and Pilates classes. Activities at an additional cost include use of the Shambhala spa, d water sports, off-site scuba diving, deep sea fishing, catamaran sailing and island hopping.
There is a private chef available on request, and all Two-Bedroom Villas and COMO Villas come with a 24-hour private butler service.
Location & Directions
Turks & Caicos, Caribbean
Parrot Cay is located on its own private 1000-acre island about a 35-minute boat transfer from the main island of Providenciales. The Turks and Caicos Islands are located in the northern Caribbean, an archipelago of eight principal islands and more than 40 smaller cays, of which Parrot Cay is one.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.