Turks and Caicos | Parrot Cay
- Details, Details -
TYPE: Super-luxurious resort and spa.
ROOMS: 40 rooms, suites & seriously stunning beach-front villas.
POOL/GYM: Large infinity pool overlooking the Caribbean Sea, a perfect relaxation spot. The gym is large and features an extensive menu of activities, including yoga, pilates, meditation, biking, and kayaking.
RESTAURANT: Lotus Restaurant, a beautiful al-fresco spot by the beach serving delectable Caribbean fare by day and Asian-inspired cuisine at night. The Terrace serves deliciously modern Mediterranean-Italian cuisine.
BAR: Yes. The drink menu is super-creative and a perfect complement to poolside relaxing! If you happen to be preggers like I am (or are staying away from alcohol), they offer fresh, delicious juices and smoothies.
VIBE: Simple, feel-good luxury.
SPA: World renowned, featuring an extensive array of Asian-inspired treatments, everything from massage therapy to facial, beauty, and body care.
KIDS: Welcome. The property provides a variety of exciting activities to keep the kids occupied or orchestrate family outings. Complimentary beach toys, kites, and games are available for loan.
LOCATION: Located on an island off of mainland Turks and Caicos - just a quick 30 minute boat trip, making you feel like you are hundreds of miles away from everything else!
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Parrot Cay is unique for so many reasons. The resort is absolutely stunning, but what is equally impressive is the level of service, from the butlers to bartenders to porters. The moment we landed in Turks & Caicos, we were seamlessly escorted to Parrot Cay’s private boathouse where we were offered refreshments before our quick boat trip to Parrot Cay. Just a quick trip from New York, you’ll feel like you are in a remote exotic island paradise.
All of the accommodations at Parrot Cay were exquisite whether staying in a garden or ocean view room or a beachside private beach house or residence. Parrot Cay’s award-winning Shambala Retreat offers beach yoga, pilates as well as the most impressive spa I’ve seen. It doesn't end there, though. Along with their restaurants, Lotus and Terrace, there is always a healthy ‘Shambalah Cuisine’ menu offered.