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Parrot Cay Resort

Parrot Cay Resort, Parrot Cay

At a Glance


  • impeccable service
  • gorgeous, secluded beach
  • the spa is considered one of the best in the world


  • only two restaurants on the entire island
  • it's expensive to get back and forth to Provo for excursions, as there is only private ferry service

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Parrot Cay Resort Review

This private paradise, on its own island, pairs tranquillity with the best service in Turks and Caicos. Elaborate wooden oceanfront villas border the island, and their Asian feel contrasts with the rather bland hillside terra-cotta–and–stucco building that houses the spacious suites. Suite and villa interiors are a minimalist yet sumptuous mix of cool-white interiors, Indonesian furnishings, and four-poster beds. Expect sorbet, cold bottled water, and cold, lemon-scented refreshment towels around the beach and pool. Service is unmatched in its ability to anticipate and meet your needs. The villas are the ultimate indulgence, with heated lap pools, hot tubs, and butler service. The resort's main pool is surrounded by a round, thatched bar and the Asian-inspired Lotus restaurant. The giant Como Shambhala Spa is manned by expert Indonesian and Balinese therapists. Car transfers to and from the airport and one round-trip by boat to and from the island are included; you will be met at the airport by a Parrot Cay representative.

    Hotel Details

  • 42 rooms, 4 suites, 14 villas.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 03-04-2014

Fodorite Reviews

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    Beautiful beaches and fabulous service. The resort is just about flawless!! The food was excellent and the staff could not be more accomodationg. We have a wonderful seven days. I strongly advise doing one of the pacakges to include meals.

    by avk, 2/19/08
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    Perfect beaches,

    Goes without saying how beatiful the beaches are. The resort is a little older. rooms could use an upgrading but not anything drastic. Food is mediocre. something they need to work on. Plenty of celebs though. Thats fun

    by nysemem, 3/23/07

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