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COMO Parrot Cay

A fashionable and romantic hideaway, where Asia meets the Caribbean. COMO Parrot Cay is full of secluded coves, pristine white sandy beaches and unspoilt reefs, and forms part of the stunning Turks and Caicos archipelago in the north of the Caribbean.

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COMO Parrot Cay
  • The ultimate place to get away from it all, the resort is set on a private island only accessible by boat and spread over 1000 acres.

  • A mix of beautiful rooms, beach villas and estates perfect for families and couples. Most villas and estates have direct beach access and private pools.

  • With a mile of powdery white sands it is a beach lovers paradise.  Water enthusiasts will enjoy some of the best diving, windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing.

  • Do not miss the award-winning Como Shambhala Retreat spa offering Ayuvedic therapies well as meditation, yoga and pilates.

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.

COMO Parrot Cay 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.

COMO Parrot Cay boasts a large and stunning infinity pool, two floodlit tennis courts, nature trails and a range of non-motorised water sports available. The snorkelling 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, COMO Parrot Cay has a variety of children's activities which are customised for each guest. From pirate themed scavenger hunts to sailing trips around the island, there will be a new adventure every day!

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Top tip:

Parrot Cay is a great place for celebrity spotting. Bruce Willis, Keith Richards and Donna Karen all have villas on the island

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Turks & Caicos islands

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.

12-hour international flight to Providenciales International Airport with a short stop in Antigua. On arrival at the airport, you will be met by a member of hotel staff and transferred to the resort – a 15-minute drive to the Parrot Cay Estates Marina at Leeward followed by a short boat transfer.

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