Get away from it all on this stunning private island resort. Set in 1,000 acres of secluded bliss, this has to be one of the most special places on earth. Laze your days away in the crystal waters surrounding the island, or take a relaxing dip in the impressive drop-edge pool overlooking the sea.
- parrot cay, Turks and Caicos Islands
- 21.933425456683267, -72.05601013115233
|Parrot Cay||January 1, 1970 - January 1, 1970||£ from £2465 per person||0|
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Surround yourself in easy elegance and total comfort. On Parrot Cay, you’ll find exactly the right space in which to unwind and experience the natural splendor and tranquility that define this tropical paradise. Parrot Cay’s suites, villas, beach houses and private properties feature all the comforts and conveniences of home while providing you with an unforgettable, completely personalized island getaway. From the refined simplicity of Parrot Cay’s guest rooms and suites to the absolute luxury and total seclusion afforded by the island’s lavishly appointed private homes, you’ll find respite from the stresses you’ve left behind and the freedom to experience the soothing sights and sounds of this mystical sanctuary in your own way.
Offering some of the most varied dining in the Turks and Caicos, the menus draw from the Caribbean’s rich seafood larder while emphasising all that is fresh, local and organic wherever possible. The 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.
Discover the calming spirit of the Shambhala Retreat where there is an offer of 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.